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Wheels Fun Park, Durham, NC

The fun band allowed us to use the roller rink, skate board park, and giant play gym for two hours, and it gave us each two go kart rides, two games of mini golf, and two tokens in the batting cages. We did everything except the skate board park and the batting cages, which I was impressed with because they had bats and helmets there to use. We simply ran out of time.

Thank you Groupon for offering a fun band for $8 for Wheels Fun Park in Durham. These bands usually sell for $15 for ages 12 and under and $18 for 13 and over. My kids and I saved $34 by purchasing these through Groupon! I had never heard of this fun park before and was a little worried, but thought we would check it out and see how it was. It was awesome! We all had an absolute blast from my nine year old daughter, to my two boys, ages 11 and 13, and myself, we'll just say 30's for my age.

The fun band allowed us to use the roller rink, skate board park, and giant play gym for two hours, and it gave us each two go kart rides, two games of mini golf, and two tokens in the batting cages. We did everything except the skate board park and the batting cages, which I was impressed with because they had bats and helmets there to use. We simply ran out of time.

The weather looked like it might rain so once we arrived we headed straight outside to the Go Karts, which wound up being all of our favorites. There wasn't any line and we went right up. The attendant allowed us to combine our two races together so we had a whopping 14 laps around the track. Children must be 58inches tall to ride alone, so my daughter was my co pilot. My oldest son lapped all of us, and we all laughed with delight and joy as we raced around the track. It was definitely an awesome experience.

Next we headed to the mini golf course and played 9 holes. This course was well maintained and quite challenging as it had many slopes and hills so it was difficult to determine where the ball would go. My oldest son got a hole in one on one of the holes.

After playing golf we went to the skating rink which is enormous and hosts two disco balls and three huge video screens. They played funky music from the 70s and 80s and the kids had a blast boogying down on their skates. I, having a broken foot, sat this activity out. It was great to watch them as they went by though. They all commented on how long it had been since they had skated.

After about 40 minutes of skating we went inside to the giant indoor play structure. For this activity, your child needs to be 48" or shorter. My daughter had a blast in this one. There are things to climb, ball pits, bouncy areas and even a zip line.

Then it was time to eat. We split a pizza, some chicken wings, and onion rings and a pitcher of soda which they do not give refills for so keep that in mind and order it to come out with your food. The food was OK, it reminded me of Chuck E. Cheese fair, and it definitely filled us up. There is a large grill area to eat in.

The facility was clean, well maintained, and the staff was welcoming, helpful and friendly. If you are looking for a great place to bring kids of all ages, this is definitely it. I'd be willing to pay full price for it as it truly is a day's worth of fun.

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