Fiddlesticks Family Fun Park of Tempe, Arizona is the place for entertainment for the entire family. The park offers something for all ages of children and adults. They also allow birthday parties, group events, and much more to the visitor. Fiddlesticks is just one of many parks under the operation of the same group. They have other parks throughout the Lower 48.
Operating hours will vary depending on what visitors are going to the fun park to do. Sunday through Thursdays the driving range is open from 8am to 10pm, with the fun park opening at 10am to 10pm. Friday the driving range opens at the same time, but closes one hour later, at 11pm. The fun park remains open until midnight on Fridays. The only difference with Saturday hours from Friday is the driving range stays open until midnight too. For admission residents can purchase season passes. Tuesday is called Ten Buck Tuesday because one can get unlimited video games and miniature golf for $10, which lasts the entire day. Visitors can pay $15 to get unlimited go karts, bumper boats, and rookie go karts for the day, along with the golf and video games. Golf is normally $6.50 for adults and $4.99 for children playing 18 holes. The driving range begins at $5.50 and most rides will be around $3 to $6.
Fiddlesticks Family Fun Park has two miniature golf courses that are both eighteen holes. The course has a number of entertaining spots that are challenging, yet all skill levels will find the course fun and exciting. The driving range is 15 acres of lighted ground. There is a two story tee structure with natural grass and mat tee stations. They even have PGA instructors on staff to help visitors out.
The go karts allow visitors to feel like they are an Indy 500 driver on the course. The rookie go kart track is for the smaller children. There are height requirements for drivers at 56 inches and 40 inches for passengers. A driver must be 18 years old and have a valid driver's license to take a passenger.
Bumper Boats let visitors crash and splash the other riders in the moat. As with most rides there is a height requirement of 44 inches for drivers and 40 inches for passengers. These height requirements are for the safety of those in the boat. When ready for a break visitors can head to the batting cages for some pro practice. The cages allow for fast and slow pitch softball and baseball. The speeds of the balls range between 40 and 60 miles per hour. Close toed shoes are required. A helmet and bat are provided with proper ID. Height requirements at the batting cages are 48 inches.
The last type of fun offered at the family fun park is the video arcade. The arcade has several of the race, roll, and toss games. The games are interactive and offer prizes. Tokens can be earned for students with good grades. A "B'' gets one token and an "A'' gets two tokens.
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