In addition to providing recreational enjoyment, riding in go-karts and playing miniature golf are excellent ways to prepare children for a future filled with high-speed car chases and malevolent windmills. Start prepping with today's Groupon: for $15, you get an activity package at Sports Emporium in Carlisle (up to a $32.19 value).
- The activity package includes the following:
- $30 worth of activities.
- A bottle of water or a 16-ounce soda (up to a $2.19 value).
Sports Emporium's expansive activity labyrinth fuels friendly competition among sportsfolk of all ages with 20 acres of indoor and outdoor attractions. A two-story Lasertron arena immerses up to 34 players in a futuristic setting to settle inevitable fights about jetpack fuel bills in a 40-minute bout ($14/person). Meanwhile, three separate go-kart courses ($7) unite drivers with up to one-quarter mile of pedal pressing regardless of tricycle crash records. An authentic wooden floor and concert-quality sound system set the stage for gliding in circles on the roller rink ($5.75/skater), and two themed mini golf courses ($7/person for one course; $11/person for both courses) challenge putters with trickling fountains and ominous castles. Experience the sensation of scaling an actual mountain without the inconvenience of yodeling goats at Sports Emporium’s indoor rock-climbing wall, which rests amid an arcade.
The Super Fun Pack ($22.50/) provides discounted access to four attractions and $2 credit on a reloadable arcade card. The air-conditioned complex also houses the Victory Lane Café, where weary bodies can celebrate a successful mechanical mole hunt by filling up on classic American sandwiches, snacks, and desserts.
Carlisle Sports Emporium
At Carlisle Sports Emporium, revelers hone their hand-eye coordination in an arcade with more than 100 games and two whimsical 18-hole miniature-golf courses. Sprawled across 20-acres, the entertainment complex houses the 7,500-square-foot two-tiered LASERTRON laser-tag arena alongside multiple go-kart tracks, defining it as a definitive place to play. Guests can shine up their short game on a medieval-castle or western-themed mini golf courses, practice their best back spins at the roller skating rink, or grab a homemade pizza or french fries at Victory Lane Cafè. Visitors can also stretch their sinews on the computerized indoor climbing wall—which can simulate classic climbs such as El Capitan or Devil’s Tower.
29 S Middlesex Rd.
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17015Get Directions