Huge bowling alley with laser tag, bumper cars, a cafe, an arcade & a climbing maze with foam balls.
We have been here a few times. They have lots of fun activities - mini bowling, play area, bumper cars, laser maze, arcades, bowling, pool tables and a restaurant. The play area was the funnest place by far and we could spend an hour or two playing in it! This is also probably the most expensive attraction. Think McDonalds play place on steroids with ball shooters and three levels. And probably cleaner =) I think we have done everything except regular bowling and billiards. the mini bowling is great for kids, but it is loud. Everything is done on magnetic cards, so a lanyard is nice, and at the end they can buy toys for tickets. This can get pricey in general, so we bought a 5 attraction pass for the play area.
This place has everything. There is something for all ages to enjoy. My family has children ages 0-9, so they aren't too varied in activities, but I think if you have littles ones and teens, they could all still have a great time. The teens can be bowling or playing laser tag while the littles are climbing in the playspace or playing mini-bowling. Every activity counts as one attraction on your pass. My kids 6 and under stayed in the "blast pad" or playspace the entire time, so they each only used one attraction. Keep that in mind when deciding what type of pass to buy because an unlimited hour pass wouldn't have been worth it for my kids. There is also a toddler play area that doesn't cost anything. Be sure to bring socks and tennis shoes as they are required for most of the activities. Last Summer they did a "behind the lanes" tour for free on certain mornings where they showed kids how the bowling alley works, so if you come during the summer be sure to check if they are offering it again. It was a unique experience.