Fun party activities such as go-karts are available in Beaumont, Texas.
Those looking to plan a fun kids party in Beaumont, Texas, can opt for a traditional celebration or try something a little different. This family-friendly city boasts four fun centers offering kids parties with arcade games, miniature golf, go-karts, bumper boats, laser tag and more, and other businesses have added kids parties to their repertoire for those who prefer parties that aren’t game oriented. Does this Spark an idea?
The Bounce Zone is 8,000-square-foot indoor inflatable playground and party zone offers several kid party packages based on the number of guests. Kids get plenty of play and bounce time followed by a party in a private room. Bounce Zone also features 10 arcade games and rides and food and drinks. Fun City, a family entertainment center, features six kids’ party options, including a chance to paint a plate in its pottery studio. Other activities include arcade games, gaming consoles, laser tag and movies. Sports Connection has three kids party packages, each including one or more activity, arcade game tokens and fountain drinks. Activities include miniature golf, bumper boats, go-karts, batting cages, and Phazer Zone, a cross between laser tag and paintball.
Colorado Canyon Family Fun Center
Colorado Canyon has lots of party offerings to keep kids entertained. Build your party around the activities offered: 18-hole miniature golf on two courses; a game room with Nicktoons Nitro Racing, Deal or No Deal and Guitar Hero on a 135-inch screen; and gemstone and fossil mining in a real working sluice. Kids can also create their own Canyon Critter, a stuffed animal that includes a carrier and birth certificate.
Elite Acrosports Academy
For a kids’ party that includes supervised, safe, physical activity, try Elite Acrosports. The Elite party package includes 60 minutes of gym time and games and 30 minutes of cake and presents. This fitness facility also offers dance party packages complete with a DJ.
Fire Museum of Texas
Birthday parties at the Fire Museum of Texas give kids the opportunity to see what it’s like to be a firefighter. After dressing in fire gear and trying on a fire helmet, they’ll try out the simulator — a fire truck cab with working lights and windshield wipers. In the upstairs activity center, they’ll see where firemen slept and the fire pole they slid down. Gifts can be opened on the back of a vintage fire truck and a kitchen area is available with a table for cake and drinks.