Physicists have found that the kinetic energy produced by rapidly colliding bumper cars results in nuclear-family bonding. Test the theory of relatives with today's Groupon for an Extreme Fun pass, which is good for mini golf, go-karts, bumper cars, and more, at Funworks Modesto. See the fine-print section for height and age requirements for each activity. Choose between two options:
- For $12, you get an Extreme Fun pass for people taller than 56-inches tall (up to a $27 value).
- For $10, you get an Extreme Fun pass for people under 56-inches tall (up to a $22 value).
Extreme Fun passes empower thrill-seeking families with unlimited access to the kids' play zone, Splashworks pirate-ship ride, go-karts, rock climbing, bumper cars, and mini golf, plus 12 tokens to use in the arcade. Kids scamper through a maze of tubes, twisty slides, and ball pits in the play zone, and then cool off on a Splashworks personal pirate ship equipped with its own water cannons.
Older entertainees can scale a computerized climbing wall and seek full-throttle thrills on a triple-level go-kart track. A laser-tag element adds modern flair to traditional bumper-car collisions, allowing drivers to compete for points and gain helpful practice for evading the amoral robocops of the future. Navigate your clan through 54 holes of mini golf in beast-inhabited caves and around water hazards. The pass also includes 12 tokens for the arcade, where gamers can choose from more than 130 machines, accumulating tickets redeemable for a trove of treasures and trifles.
Funworks Modesto offers a buy-one-get-one-free coupon for Extreme Fun passes on Tuesdays, but buying two $12 Groupons is still a better deal.
- Funworks is a nice place to take the family for some good clean fun. They have great coupon offers and their party captains are the best. The facility is clean and conveniently located. – Donna S., Insider Pages
- My family loves going to Funworks because it literally is fun for everyone.. – Joannie N., Insider Pages
The sprawling 8-acre family-friendly amusement park dubbed Funworks initially began as a miniature-golf course, Putt-Putt Golf, before expanding to include a coin-operated-game room in 1989, which first bore the Funworks moniker. Today, its current incarnation helmed by Freddy Foreman, the facility's foreman of fun, showcases multiple family-friendly attractions at two locations. The grounds house remote-controlled racing tracks, batting cages, and an expansive mini-golf course that weaves across 54 holes. Additionally, patrons will discover other curios of entertainment such as a teddy-bear factory where children can customize stuffed animals to fulfill carpool-lane requirements.