Shoes recommended. Socks required. Bare feet are not allowed anywhere in the Park.
Paid admission required for children ages 1 through 17 years.
Enjoy food & beverages in the self-clean picnic area only.
Adult supervision required at all times.
about good times park
As Minnesota's largest, family-owned indoor park, Good Times Park® brings the outside playground feel inside. The unique, access-controlled Park was created in 2013 to provide families a safe, fun, clean & reliable indoor play space to enjoy unstructured play time together. The convenient, on-line purchase process & corresponding entrance code allows each family to enter the fully-secured Park without waiting in payment lines.
The staffless Park, which requires adult supervision, features a huge playground with unique spinning & sliding equipment and its spacious play zones include a well-equipped basketball court, turf field and large inflatable jumper (bring socks to jump).
The Imagine & Build area features large soft units for construction play and the high tech hologram game will have the whole family darting about in a literal world of their own. The Itty Bitty Play Space is a sensory-filled play/crawling area for only children under 3 years old. Surrounded by windows, the self-clean picnic area offers a variety of seating options for the whole family to enjoy their own food & drinks.
While the Park sometimes hosts fully-chaperoned groups from childcare organizations on Tuesdays-Fridays (see the posted field trip schedule for more details), the Park is a reliable play space without the worry of overcrowding from birthday celebrations or large, unsupervised groups.
Buy a membership & play together any day-any time. Leave the electronic games behind and come play at the Park.
- The wide variety of modern, innovative play options are designed to spark motor development, imagination and team work in a playful, unstructured environment.
- The self-use business model offers a park-like environment for families to engage in playtime any day/time that fits their busy schedule.
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"Encouraging Playful Living"