Amusement Parks in Port Chester

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Funfuzion entertains adults, children, and childless college roommates alike with their wide selection of rides, video games, and other indoor activities. Mix and match your three activity credits among five popular amusements such as Roc’n Bowl, which returns bowling to its Studio 54 roots with flashing disco lights and music. Alternately, laser tag returns tag to its roots on the radioactive playgrounds of the Truman administration, but adds computerized sensor vests to tally points lost on the space-age battlefield. Fulfill a need for circuit-contained speed on the electric-powered go-kart speedway (riders must be at least 60” tall) or test your own black-light sensitivity during a round of glow-in-the-dark minigolf. Players who hate to spoil a neon-laden walk can opt for pool, where a well-sunk ball merely spares you the embarrassment of losing your wife to Robert Redford.

19 Lecount Place
New Rochelle,
NY
US

Bayville Adventure Park provides thrills and chills for visitors of all ages. Attractions such as a treetop adventure zone and rock climbing wall encourage healthy competition, while a pirate-themed miniature golf course invites guests to practice their short game and best parrot impression. The park also has an arcade and an ice-cream parlor.

8 Bayville Ave
Bayville,
NY
US

LIFE The Place to Be is like a chameleon in the form of a giant 25,000-square-foot building. The space can serve many different purposes: a venue for weddings, the site of Sweet 16 parties, and a fun center with activities for all ages. Aside from the event space—which incorporates amenities such as projection screens and a sound system—the facility houses a rock-climbing wall, four mini AMF bowling alleys, and 3,000 square feet of arcade games.

2 Lawrence St
Ardsley,
NY
US

In the middle of the floor, surrounded by 150 blinking and dinging arcade games, a 24-foot rock-climbing wall stretches to the ceiling. That's how jam-packed Sportime USA is with attractions. As if all those games weren't enough, there's the XD theater—a 4-D virtual ride that combines 3-D movies with specialized motion seats. Neon-lit laser tag continues the tech trend, and bumper cars and roller coasters provide old-fashioned fun. Batting cages, billiards, and a multilevel playground are only a few of the other attractions ready to entertain families and friends of all ages.

380 Saw Mill River Rd
Elmsford,
NY
US

231 Main St
Eastchester,
NY
US

With two European-inspired quarter-mile courses, Grand Prix New York's sanctuary for speed captures the thrill of karting in the country's largest indoor race complex. Racers rumble and roar over speedways that change elevation six times, careen cars around 14 turns, and boast a gravitational pull quadruple that of a black hole. Drivers race in championship-caliber Sodi RX7 gasoline-powered karts equipped with race-proven safety-wrap systems and 6.5-horsepower engines that reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour. Six custom tracks help racers curb repetition, and tyke-friendly Brownstone and Tunnel tracks give mini racers the opportunity to get behind the wheel. Apart from its karting specialty, Grand Prix New York houses a bowling alley, billiards room, arcade, and bounce castle. The onsite restaurant, appropriately named Fuel, serves up a menu of Bar B Que, burgers, sandwiches, burritos, and pizza. Fully enclosed and air-conditioned, Grand Prix New York shelters families from heat waves and summer storms, offering a comfortable arena for healthy competition or proving that six failed driving tests can be a fluke.

333 N Bedford Rd
Mount Kisco,
NY
US