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Grady’s Family Fun Park

1501 Morrissey Drive, Bloomington, Illinois 61701 | 309-662-3332
3 Reviews
Type: Amusement Parks
Ages: Ages 3 — adult
Cost: $
Hours of operation: Apr-Oct: Sun-Fri opens 12pm, Sat: 11am

Grady's Family Fun Park consists of 12 Batting Cages, 18 Go Karts, 16 Bumper Boats, 16 Bumper Cars, an 18 hole Deluxe Miniature Golf Course, a Video Arcade, and various carnival rides including, Red Baron Airplane, Dragon Wagon, Family Himalaya, Family Sizzler, Western Train, Merry Go Round, and Motorcycle Jump.
Children must be at least 3 years old to ride Amusement rides. Please see rules for other rides, such as Bumper Cars, Bumper Boats, Go Karts, etc.
Adult Rides now also include Tilt-A-Whirl and Round Up

Kiddie Rides: $1.75 per ticket
Go Karts: $5.00 per Ticket (Adult) 12 or older and 58" tall  
See Site for Additional pricing.


3 Reviews for Grady’s Family Fun Park

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twin36a
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January 12 2011
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Violetwhite_word
"out door games"

Grady's family fun park is ok for the family especially if you are on a budget you only pay for what you play. Their is an age or height requirement to drive the bumper cars so make sure your kids can drive it my little cousin couldnt and was upset that she was the only 1 who couldnt drive

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emmy1981
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January 10 2011
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Violetwhite_word
"Grady's"

I like their mini golf but it is getting a bit dated. It has been the same since I was in grade school! Their batting cages are good. I do enjoy the go karts too. Their pizza is very good, the sauce is sweet so you either like it or hate it. I have not done their bumper cars (in water) but it looks fun! Here is the real topper:::they have a stand with either fried twinkies or candy bars I can't remember either way-YUM!

December 23 2010
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Violetwhite_word
"Something for Everyone"

There’s something for everyone here. There’s no charge to get in; you pay only for what you play. The 18-hole miniature golf course features a Statue of Liberty, a working windmill, and a barn, all the proper scale, and the holes aren’t so tricky as to frustrate younger players.

An arcade adjacent to the minigolf course has the usual sorts of video games, plus genuine pinball machines for those who love the physical satisfaction of leaning forward and pumping the flippers.

The bumper-boat ride is longer than usual for this type, and nearly two dozen boats can be in the water with space left over.

Older kids may enjoy the go-karts; they must be at least 12 to drive one and at least 4 to be a passenger. In the batting cages you can choose from among fast- or slow-pitch softball or slow-, medium-, or fast-pitch baseball. You of course are expected to wear a helmet (provided free along with the bat).

Tiny tots will get a kick out of the kiddie carnival, a collection of eight junior-size rides, such as Ferris wheel, airplanes, Himalaya, and choo-choo.

 
 

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