The NASCAR SpeedPark has 26 acres of fun. It includes eight racing tracks, 36 holes of miniature golf, the SpeedDome arcade, ... More
The NASCAR SpeedPark has 26 acres of fun. It includes eight racing tracks, 36 holes of miniature golf, the SpeedDome arcade, a rock climbing wall, simulators, a store and dining. The tracks have fun names such as The Qualifier, The Intimidator and Thunder Road and each one gives you the feel of real racing. The most difficult, the Competitor, lets drivers race half-scale NASCAR cars on a 36-ft wide, oval track with steep banks. You must be 52 inches tall to drive most of the cars. Hours vary greatly from September through February; call ahead. Ticket prices vary by attraction.
I can't believe they charge the amount of money they do for the crappy cars. Honestly it was like being on a kiddy ride at the fair, the ones that go around in circles and you just sit there...these cars have to be the slowest cars on the planet. Only 2 courses were open. The Intimidator and the Family 500. I believe we paid @$50.00 for both courses which gave us an amazing 3 whole laps, yes 3 (THREE) laps on each course. Do yourselves a favor, drive about 15 minutes south to Garden City, head down Atlantic Avenue to the Garden City Pier, there is a circle track there that charges $5 and you get about 20 laps. Much better cars, they allow a little bumping too. Dont get caught bumping at Nascar speed park, they will kick you out without any warnings.
The place is okay, a lot of rides. 1 or 2 were not open but still it was fun. The lines are long sometimes, but it's just fun to drive in them.
Though some cars are poorly tuned, and most of the cars are out of gas or go slow. I would like to see some newer cars than these. Dale Jarret's #88 UPS ford really.
Other than the cars ever thing is perfect, the staff, service, and the complex.
We took our 5 year old son and he was so excited to drive a car by himself-we did nothing but stand in line. All of the lines move extremely slow-- It takes 1 to 1 1/2 hours per line. They have very few cars running on each track and the employees are more interested in socializing than working. We arrived at 7 & purchased an unlimited wristband, while in the first ride we quickly realized he did not have the time to ride enough rides at 1.5 hrs per to pay for the bracelet. We got a refund and left. NASCAR should be embarrassed to have their name on this park!
Can't believe this place still operates. You know if you see one negative, someone just had a bad day, but more than two... You have a trend. Unsafe equipment, minimum wage employees who really don't care and a non existent management team. Saved money and went elsewhere.
I took my 5-year-old son to this park. It's junky and VERY expensive. There were only four rides that he could ride because he's 47.5" tall, and you have to be at least 48" tall to ride a lot of the rides. Granted, it's not the park's fault that he was 1/2" too short, but still the rides he could ride were LAME, and the employees were sullen, grouchy, unhelpful, and downright hateful toward us. I can't believe I ended up spending $30 for my son to ride four rides. Don't waste your money at this place! If I could give it zero stars, I would! My son would've had more fun spending that $30 in the toy aisle at Wal-Mart.
I see a lot of reveiws saying NEVER GOING BACK, DISSAPOINTMENT,DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY. I've gone to nascar 3 years in a row this year will be my 4th.Nascar is great.And just because the water is warm doesnt mean nascar sucks you should be thankful you even have water and I'm sure you can manege without water when you go to nascar or you should have brought your own,So what if the lines where long alot of people like nascar and you cant blame the employees for that,and if you cant play putt-putt theres many other things to do,and who cares if people are cutting in line you should be lucky your even getting on one and if it bothers you that much then you simply tell them "excuse me sweety but you just cut please go to the back of the line" how simple is that,and who cares if they dont have funnnel cakes you can get EVEN BETTER food afterwards,and yeah some of the rides are closed but you cant blame it on the employees there job is to get people tickets,check your height,and other things not fixing the race cars.And so what if the some of the employees have a bad attitude you shouldnt even be worrying about them and that doesnt mean you have to have one to.My point is even if not all the rides are open or you had to wait in long lines your lucky your even able to go / have this expeireience-with peace and love ______
NASCAR SpeedPark was a blast! My children (ages 14, 12 and 7) had a wonderful time and cannot wait to go back! The all day wristbands were great as we were able to leave the park and re-enter multiple times. The kids loved racing the cars, playing mini golf, and racing each other on the climbing wall. I would definitely recommend the park!! Worth every penny!
My family and I took a vacation to Myrtle Beach this summer, while there we went to Nascar SpeedPark. We had heard great things about it from other family members. We decided to go on a Wednesday, the week after 4th of July (2009) and many of the cars were out of order which caused the lines to be extremely long on a week day. The concession stands were out of soda and funnel cakes. When I asked what is available, the lady said, "water". It was only 5pm. None of the sprayers on the bumber boats worked. Only 4 to 5 people at a time to do car racing at each of the stations. We had an all day pass that we bought and it was money wasted.
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