Amusement Parks in Safety Harbor


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  • Captain Bligh's Landing
    Captain Bligh's Landing takes putters and dimpled orbs careening through a labyrinthine circuit of pirate-themed, contoured turf holes. Lively palms tower over the course's stone edifice, welcoming patrons to a pastiche of nautical artifacts and pirate lore, where putt-putt prodigies sink testy two-putts against a backdrop of a wooden ship, misting waterfalls, and caves teeming with buried treasures of the most popular colors of mini-golf balls. The course's 18 green corridors feature subtle slopes and strategically placed holes, which conspire to form breaks more difficult to read than a sentient rock playing poker. Patrons can put a competitive twist on date night with two-person packages, or swindle their two favorite children out of their allowance with high-stakes family competitions.
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    630 S Gulfview Blvd
    Clearwater Beach, FL US
  • Xtreme Fun Center
    X-Treme Challenge seems like it was built with high-energy, easily-bored kids in mind. At the gym, youngsters don't just get a good workout—they constantly test their limits, achieving physical feats they never knew they could, all while having a blast. Rather than pint-sized versions of adult workout classes, the gym packs its sessions with foam jousting, ropes courses, and American Gladiator-style events. For two-year-olds, the gym's youngest clientele, classes are filled with simple activities that hone balance, motor skills, and social skills. For older kids, the going gets wackier. Teens, for instance, can experiment with vertical climbing, clamber indoor spider webs, and play games of human Jenga—all with a coach overseeing to make sure they're safe.
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    13211 93rd Street North
    Largo, FL US
  • Treasure Island Fun Center
    After 40 years of enchanting families and youngsters at its original location, Treasure Island Fun Center relocated its abundant arcade games and tasty treats to a recently renovated 16,000-square-foot facility in 2007. Kiddie rides and games occupy toddlers, and older kids and adults compete in billiards and air-hockey bouts or zip through virtual tracks in racing games. Rekindle flames with classic arcade fixtures such as pinball, Centipede, and Ms. Pac-Man, or vie for tickets by playing skeeball or haggling virtual-reality scalpers. Once accumulated, those tickets can be traded for one of the arcade’s many prizes such as toys, lava lamps, and digital cameras. With pizza by the slice, chicken nuggets, and ice cream, the full-service snack bar known as Pegleg’s Pizza refuels guests between games. Through its charity, the Bob and Jean Noell Charitable Foundation, Treasure Island Fun Center also reenergizes the community, having donated more than $125,000 to schools and youth organizations thus far.
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    7770 Seminole Blvd.
    Seminole, FL US
  • Jungle Bounce
    Sock-footed moppets scamper up springy steps before hurling themselves down a towering slide as crocodiles and lions hover nearby, but these tykes' parents don't blink an eye. Sprawled across Jungle Bounce's 15,000-square-foot space, this playground teems with air-filled amusements for kids to safely bounce and tumble across. Six inflatable edifices in brilliant colors shiver beneath youthful romping, all against a backdrop of cheery giraffes, penguins holding maps upside down, and other typical jungle scenes. Two inflatable arenas thump and squeak as little ones leap into the air, gambol around obstacles, and wander through a maze. A digital chorus of beeping and whirring drifts from the arcade, where tots and their grownups can whack moles and launch balls to garner tickets to trade for prizes such as plastic trinkets and stuffed mascots. A snack shop refuels young ones with pizza and wings so they can return to open play sessions or try and mediate disputes between imaginary friends wearing the same outfits at hosted birthday parties.
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    1014 US Highway 19
    Holiday, FL US
  • Q-Zar Lazer Tag
    At Q-Zar Laser Tag, age doesn't matter; only aim does. Furious electronic music accelerates heart rates as players trawl the 5,000-square-foot arena to catch sight of their opponents in the low glow of the black lights. Up to 40 of them can play at once, in variations of the standard laser-tag battle, such as elimination and every-man-for-himself. To ensure their energy stores are prepared for another battle, players take a break at the food court to nosh on pizza and hot dogs, which are cooked in the traditional fashion instead of being fried by laser beams.
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    7807 North Dale Mabry Highway
    Tampa, FL US
  • Grand Prix Tampa
    Grand Prix Tampa's sprawling grounds host adrenaline-spiking activities including go-karting, miniature golf, and a ropes course. The big track's tire-bordered speedway invites drivers to rev through tight corners and speed-encouraging straightaways, and the family track welcomes single- or double-seat karts during more tot-friendly races. Racers can catch their breath and calm skittish fuzzy dice on one of two 18-hole mini-golf courses, where dimpled spheres roll through miniature castles and dodge fountain-speckled waterways on their way to the hole. A towering geodesic dome houses a winding ropes course, which challenges climbers to hop across bouncing wooden steps and pegs while supported by a safety harness. The turbo bungee's elastic trampolines launch tethered guests into the ether, where they can catch the wayward baseballs soaring from nine onsite batting cages. Meals at Grand Prix Tampa's Pit Stop Cafe silence hunger pangs with sandwiches, snacks, and kids’ meals, which guests can dine on beneath the Castle Arcade's twinkling panoply of claw machines and air-hockey tables.
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    14320 N Nebraska Ave.
    Tampa, FL US

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