What You'll Get
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. Ready the next generation with today’s Groupon: for $55, you get a Family Ride & Dine special for four at King Richard's Family Fun Park (a $110 value). The Family Ride & Dine special includes:
- Unlimited use of all outside attractions (except Extreme Cart and Merlin's Moat) for four
- One large pizza
- Two pitchers of fountain drinks
King Richard's Family Fun Park entertains foursomes with a potpourri of stomach-twisting rides, putt-perfecting mini golf, and fast-paced laser tag. Nuclear families or vacationing barbershop quartets can swing through shots on the mini-golf course before zipping around three age-specific go-kart tracks. A laser-tag labyrinth sets the stage for painless shootouts, as groups set their scopes on each other while sporting the same strobes, vests, and guns as a Wild West senior portrait. Adventure seekers plummet 30 feet on the adrenaline-eliciting Dungeon Drop ride, forcing hands to grasp at the nearest solid object postride, including slices of gooey pizza and fizzed-up soda pitchers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About King Richard’s Family Fun Park
Within the castle at King Richard’s Family Fun Park, the monarch has decreed one simple rule for all his subjects: have as much fun as possible. And he’s made it easy by packing his kingdom with rides and attractions that include laser tag, bumper boats, roller coasters, and rock climbing. While traveling from ride to ride, guests may wander inside the enclosed arcade and café, where a menu of sizzling-hot burgers, nachos, hot dogs, and chicken wings mingles with the constant chatter of video games. Throughout the park, medieval-themed statues and palm trees mark the very spot where King Richard himself discovered the state of Florida and told nobody. The grounds also house an alligator pit chock-full of the aquatic reptiles on display.