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What You'll Get
Boredom is like a poltergeist: you can’t see it, but if left ignored, it will rummage through cupboards and break all of the fiestaware. Overcome the crushing grip of ennui with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a fun pass package at Adventure Park USA in New Market (a $51 total value). The package includes:
- One fun pass card (a $1 value)
- 565 credits toward attractions and games (a $50 value)
At Adventure Park USA, visitors amble, shriek, and laugh through a sprawling 17.5 acres replete with Old West–themed rides and attractions. Thrill seekers can hunt down cyborg bandits during a round of laser tag ($6), and tiny sportsmen duke it out over desert oasis miniature golf ($5.50). Become entranced in the multicolored lights of the stampede arcade’s more than 80 games (most games range from $0.35–$1.25), or traverse an indoor rock wall ($4.50). As wee ones take a spin on kiddie rides such as the miniature teacups ($2), the steel Wildcat rollercoaster ($5) whips passengers around in an intertwining figure-eight design, rattling bones and eliciting screams of joy akin to Steven Tyler on Christmas morning.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 7 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per person, per visit. Not valid in conjunction with birthday parties or group reservations. Passes cannot be shared. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Adventure Park USA
At Adventure Park USA, visitors amble, shriek, and laugh through a sprawling 17.5 acres replete with Old West–themed rides and attractions such as the Wildcat roller coaster, which dips and curves around a track in order to elicit screams of joy. Outdoor diversions such as bumper boats and go-karts stoke competitive fires, and a collection of little tykes rides invite pintsize riders to spin in teacups or gallop on carousel horseback. Open year-round, a 22,000-square-foot indoor frontier playzone thumbs its nose at inclement weather with laser tag, an arcade, Spin Zone bumper cars, the Gold Rush playground, a ropes course, and a climbing wall. Owner Larry Stottlemeyer continues to expand this already extensive list of family-friendly diversions.