Family fun center offering miniature golf, laser tag, go karts, splash boats, rock climbing, arcade and other rides.
The Lehi trafalga is a small arcade/amusement park. There are a few outside attractions available in the spring and summer months (though they are usually one or two short due to breakdowns) and inside they have miniature golf and laser tag. It's fun for everyone from small children to teens. My hubby and I even enjoy it a bit. It's an older building and as mentioned above can sometimes be disappointing and it's pretty much packed with people year round but I would say if you want cheap fun and you live near by give it a try!!
This is a great place to play laser tag. If possible, go during the week and anytime before 6-7 PM. This way you can play every session and play the different game types (e.g., free-for-all, change teams randomly after you are shot). Each game is about 15 mins long and starts every 30 mins.
They also have an 18-hole outdoor and a 9-hole black-light indoor mini-golf course. The outdoor one is just okay since they sometimes have debris on the course. The indoor one could really use some work as one of the "holes" doesn't even have a hole!
This is a good place for kids to rock climb (although adults can climb too). In the summer, you can have fun on the bumper boats and go-karts. Note: Don't plan on riding these a lot since there can be long lines. I would suggest buying the Utah Pass of All Passes, which usually goes for $29.95. There is no limit on how many times you can use the pass within the 12-month period. This will save you money and get you into other locations/events.
We love Trafalga with the Pass of all Passe discounts but they really need to update some of their rides. We pay for a service and you go there and half of their rides aren't even in working condition. The golf courses are pretty run down in the summer but we love the laser tag and mini golf indoors.
We have a Pass of All Passes, so this place is free for us. It's one of my 4-year-old's favorite places to visit. There's indoor and outdoor mini golf, splash boats, go-karts, and 3 or 4 little rides. My daughter was SO sad when they took out the carousel last year, that had been her favorite thing. Also, the rollercoaster has NEVER been in operation, and we've been going there for 3 years! Every time, they say they'll have it up and running in a week, but it's always been a big lie. Aside from that, it's really fun for little kids, but go right at 10 am because it gets packed. I've never tried the laser tag, but I hear that's really fun too.
We went here because of the pass of all passes. Our kids loved the bumper boats and some of the little rides. But some of the rides were not working and some were taken apart with pieces on the ground. The little roller coaster was not working and that was one of the ones that they wanted to ride. We didn't do any of the games inside because we didn't want to pay for tokens. So this is fine for a little afternoon entertainment if it's free but I wouldn't pay for any of those rides. This place needs a serious upgrade!
We took our 4 children to minigolf on a Monday night. We showed the attendant our pass of all passes and got right in. The mini golf is located on the top floor (3 levels up). There are only 9 holes on the indoor course, not 18. The place is a glow-in-the-dark mecca with black lights and brightly colored murals. I liked the atmosphere a lot. It was a nice change from the dimly lit Orem location.
What I didn't like was the fact that there is no where to stand in between holes. So you feel like you are always standing in someone's way and blocking something. That didn't work out very well. If it wasn't crowded, then this wouldn't be a big deal, but it was fairly crowded, so it really did become an issue.
The outdoor mini-golf course is 18 holes and much larger. Some of the courses are very generic and kind of boring, but others are very fun and challenging. In the summer, this is a hot course, but if it's cool enough, it's fun for the kids.
Another great feature of this location is the Laser Tag. It's located upstairs and has 2 levels and ramps and lots of places to hide. The vests and laser guns seem to work very well and I've taken children from ages 3-12 here. They all love it (though the vest drowns the 3 year old). A very fun place to go and it's free for 1 game a day with your pass of all passes.
Trafalga also has several arcade games, a jumping frog ride, a rock climbing wall, an indoor playground, bumper boats (great for summer fun) and a few other fun rides. There are times when things aren't working or running. Overall, this is a good place to spend time with the family. I highly recommend having a pass of all passes for this venue. It's worth the cost.
I have the Pass of All Passes, so I figured I'd use it at least once to go to the Lehi in Trafalga--I had always seen the Mt. Rushmore rollercoaster as I drove past it on the freeway, and wanted to ride it. Well...my cousin and I rushed over to the rollercoaster hoping there wouldn't be a line. In fact, there was NO line. Frustrated, I asked an employee why the rollercoaster was closed. She didn't know. She said, "That rollercoaster's been closer, for, like, two years." I'm assuming they're not planning on fixing it, either... So, my cousin and I used our time to play mini golf inside, in the attic. FREAKIN' HOT up there. I swear, I was sweating like a pig and it was March. Well, then, we decided to play laser tag. There was over an hour's wait for a 10 minute game. Wasn't worth it. In the waiting area, I was SO distracted by the smell of poopy diapers that I couldn't concentrate on the "safety" video presentation. Heck, I couldn't even hear the video. As it turns out, the employee who had been dividing everyone into teams miscounted or something, because my cousin and I were put on a team where there weren't enough vests. We had to split up and be on separate teams. No one was there to tell us which we should go on, so we just did whatever we wanted. The course is terrible. If you want to play real laser tag, try Laser Assault in Provo! Much better! After laser tag, we went outside to see what else there was to do. Pretty much nothing. The little pirate ship thing was closed, and so were the bumper boats. Sadly, I think this Trafalga is better than the Orem one. That doesn't say much, does it?!
We signed up for the pass of all passes (including unlimited Trafalga activities) This is great in theory, but every other UTAH family probably has done the same thing because Trafalga is a ZOO! Definitely need to keep a close watch on the kiddos with so many people standing shoulder to shoulder. WIth that being said, I still think it's a great family friendly activity to do just about anytime. I love that it is both indoors and outdoors. I love that there is an array of activities for children of all ages, including laser tag for us big kids!
If you are going just for one day this is not worth the money. However, if you get the pass of all passes and can go unlimited all year it is stellar. This is more fun in the summer when they have the outdoor rides going. In the winter it gets a little crowded with lots of people in only a little space.
I love arcades. Where you get tokens and then buy some silly prize with it. But I also love minature golf and laser tag. Well they have all of it. as well as a small ride and rock climbing wall. The center is small so don't imagine a theme park but perefet for a couple hours of fun time as a family.
I also got the pass of all passes that gets you in for free to this and the seven peaks parks and fun center. I'm excited to be able to have spent so little for such VARIETY!
Trafalga is a Utah mainstay for families. It is a great one-stop entertainment place for families, featuring lots of fun activities like mini golf, arcades, bumper cars, etc. It is geared a little more towards older kids, but still fun for all. Our favorite is mini golf. We spend a lot more time laughing than sinking balls, but more importantly, we've made a lot of memories.
If you're looking for a deal, I suggest heading over to citydeals.com. You can buy their "Pass of All Passes" for $20, which gets you into Seven Peaks Water Park (SL or Provo) + Trafalga, bowling at Seven Peaks Family Center, admission to the Seven Peaks Ice Rink, plus tickets to a variety of sporting events available in Utah, including Rocky Mtn. Raceway for a whole year!
We used our Seven Peaks Fun Passes to drive to Lehi for a free day of golf at Trafalga Lehi. They only did the mini-golf, but they had a GREAT time! It was newer and clean (unlike, ahem, the Orem Trafalga) and the 18 holes lasted about 1 hour with 4 of our older kids (plus Dad). A great family activity and a wonderful facility with tons of other games, laser tag, etc that we just didn't have the time (nor money) for. We'll go again, even though it's a little further drive for us!
Staff was nice.
Laser tag made the visit worth it. It was amazing.
Minigolf was cool, but there was no staff to check for tickets or control the crowd, so we felt rushed.
The rock climbing was also fun.
More than half of the arcade wasn't on. Half of the machines that were on were broken (the terminator game only one gun worked, etc.)
In the winter, the rates should be different, because you can't do the things outside.
This place is fine. My three year old does like it but I think it is kind of ghetto. They have two trafalgas and the one I am talking about is the Lehi one. It seems like they just bought alot of old carnival equipment and put it all togther. Its fine if you have nothing else to do but go to thanksgiving point first....
I took my 1 year old to Trafalga and there wasn't really a lot she could do there. There is tons to do for older kids though. They have cars to race, a roller coaster, some smaller rides, laser tag, bumper cars and some arcade games. A lot of the stuff is outside though so make sure you go when it's warm.
There are lots of things to do at Trafalga. Our kids love it. There is Laser Tag, Mini Golf, and many small rides including bumper boats, rolar coaster, climbing wall, carosel, arcade games and others. There is a snack place and small indoor play ground. The location in orem has batting cages, an xd theater, and an indoor mini golf course. We all had lots of fun. The kids cried when we left.