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October 28, 2011
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· November 12, 2017
What You'll Get
While some families bond over lighting board games on fire or filling a neighbor’s pool with beef stroganoff, others prefer to visit a family fun park. Save your copy of Monopoly for winter kindling with today's Groupon to Paradise Park in Lee's Summit. This deal gets you admission into any combination of five of the following indoor and outdoor attractions:
- Children's Edutainment Center
- Foam Factory
- Rock Climbing Wall
- Bumper Cars
- Wooden Maze
- Miniature Golf
- Go-Kart Rides
- Jr. Go-Kart Rides
With a pristine 35,000-ft. facility overflowing with family-friendly activities, including a children's edutainment center and an arcade-laden game room, Paradise Park makes it easy for rambunctious rugrats to burn off excess energy. Parents and children alike can lose themselves in the mammoth wooden maze as they race to find a way out before they become the legal property of the maze's goblin king. Otherwise, exorcise speed demons at dizzying speeds on the 1,000-foot go-kart track. Aspiring mountaineers can practice for their climb up Kareem Abdul-Jabbar by mounting Paradise Park's 24-foot rock wall. And the action-packed foam factory will help your offspring build up an immunity to Nerf as they clamber up cargo nets, dodge air geysers, plummet down tunnel slides, and barrage each other with foam balls from air-powered cannons.
Although there aren't many reviews, Paradise Park has a perfect five-star average from nine impressed Insider Pagers:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Non-transferable. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Paradise Park
Paradise Park started its life as a simple miniature-golf course in 1992. Since then, the park has grown with Lee's Summit, mirroring the suburb's population growth with additions that have turned it into a sprawling temple to family fun. Outdoors, guests can still show off their putts and best gopher impressions on the miniature-golf course, or head over to the go-kart track to face off against fellow drivers on a 1,000-foot road-inspired course. Inside the park's huge indoor area, kids play and learn at the Children's Edutainment Center or blast each other with air-propelled balls at the Foam Factory. A game room harks back to the arcades of old with token-fed classics such as Ms. Pac-Man, as well as offering new amusements including a SpongeBob SquarePants game.