Amusement Parks in Prince Albert

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Beneath a rotating disco ball, marksmen snake through a maze of glowing graphics, blasting opponents with infrared laser beams. After finishing up their five-minute games inside the 1,200-square-foot laser tag arena, sock-clad youngsters between the ages of 3 and 10 can dive into the ball pits, crawl through the tunnels, and glide down the slides of the two-storey play unit. Meanwhile, a separate toddler area accommodates tots with age appropriate ball pits, slides, and picture book adaptations of Sartre’s Being and Nothingness. Elsewhere, visitors can compete in rounds of air hockey and tic-tac-toe in the arcade or reenergize with whole-wheat sandwiches and house-made soups from the snack bar.

1633C Quebec Ave
Saskatoon,
SK
CA

Karttrack invites racers of all ages to compete in high-velocity go-karting competition. Helmets in place, guests climb behind the wheels of one- or two-person karts for up to 15 minutes of racing around a course whose twists and turns are outlined by old tires. Karttrack also carries kiddie-sized karts, and offers an outdoor patio with picnic tables where friends and family can gather to cheer on your high-speed antics or boo the pirouettes in your victory dance.

410 Idylwyld Dr N
Saskatoon,
SK
CA