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Summer Fun!

My family really enjoyed LakePoint Station! There are a variety of things to do here. I purchased... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2018
Peachtravels30
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Atlanta, Georgia
Rally Rumble tournament.

Great facility and area. Definitely look forward to coming back to this state of the art facility... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2018
Ricky M
via mobile
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Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

We ate next door and of course had to walk over. We bought 90 arcade credits for $20. Each game averaged 4-6/credits so this didn't last long. My 11 year old and I played laser tag for $8 each and had a great time. It was huge with ramps to go up and down in the arena.

1  Thank jessicaq448
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Reviewed 8 September 2017

I admit that this place is not exactly to my taste. For one, it is attached to "one of the world’s largest and most unique destinations for travel sports" (I think entirely too much attention is paid to SPORTS in this country), and for two, it is one of those Chuck-E-Cheese/Video Arcade/Fall-Fair Carnival "entertainment" venues that induce greed and ADHD in your children and remind you that you're living in Plato's Cave. However, at least the clip and climb (a rock-climbing station) involves some physical skill, and the hall of mirrors and laser tag (in the Miner Jim's building out back) were fun, at least according to my kids. Fortunately, there is a full bar at the St. Angelo's restaurant, so if your kids are old enough to play on their own you can retreat there and enjoy some adult beverages. Their pizza was pretty good - although service was provided by teenagers and was somewhat mediocre. I was pleased that whoever designed the place linked it up with some local history - there were large photographs on the walls of historic mining and rail transportation in Bartow County. So maybe your kids will learn something.

2  Thank Jonathan G
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Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

Clean, we'll attended, plenty of parking.
Took kids and young grandchildren

15 stations in Climbing area, need to watch a safety video first.

Adjacent to St Angelos for dinner and beverage

1  Thank nbelitsky
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Reviewed 10 August 2017

Lots for kids to do...kinda pricy...arcade...gem mining...putt putt golf...black lite indoor putt putt...several different "rock" climbing walls...lazer tag...you'll run out of money before you run out of things to do...and there's a sports bar restaurant on site for the grownups to enjoy while the kids are playing...food was good, too!

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Reviewed 16 July 2017

Went there with 3 yr old and 18month old. They had a lot of fun. It can be a bit pricey but for a one time trip for several hours of fun it was worth it.

1  Thank kbarry70
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