The first go-kart-racing track was a circle because it was designed to teach children how centripetal force feels without rolling them down hills in tires. Learn circularly with today's Groupon: for $22, you get two wristbands each good for 11 go-kart laps (a $21.50 value each), 80 arcade tokens (a $0.25 value each), and a bag of gator food (a $2 value) at Kissimmee Go-Karts (a $65 total value).
Kissimmee Go-Karts gets adrenaline flowing with its exhilarating go-kart track, game-crammed arcade, and gator pen. Speed-seeking pairs ages 11 and older can climb into a kart for 11 revolutions around the mile-long track, finally settling arguments about which one is actually possessed by Mario Andretti's wandering spirit. The speedway's two conjoined figure eights roll through high-velocity straightaways, bridges, and tricky curves. Younger racers can ride with an adult in a double kart for free, experiencing the thrill of speed and acting as ballast for the hairpin turn.
After zipping around the track, head into the arcade to share 80 tokens to feed to the herd of more than 50 game machines, some of which dispense prizes when fully sated and deftly petted. Meanwhile, a bag of gator food distracts the oasis's 75 alligators long enough to swipe their treasure trove of purloined change and wristwatches.
Kissimmee Go-Karts gets adrenaline flowing with its exhilarating go-kart track, game-crammed arcade, and gator pen. Speed-seeking individuals aged 11 and older can tackle the go-kart track solo or hop inside a double kart with a buddy for quick revolutions around the mile-long track. Riders who are at least 16 years old and have a valid driver's license can climb into an Indy kart, the faster and more powerful older brother of the park's regular rides. The speedway's two conjoined figure eights include high-velocity straightaways, bridges, and tricky curves. After zipping around the track, the facility's arcade tempts gamers with more than 50 machines, some of which dispense prizes when tickled. In addition, Kissimmee Go-Karts’ watery oasis is home to real, live alligators, which provide gator lovers with an up-close look at Florida's most famous reptiles.