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6901 S Peoria St Centennial, CO 80112, United States
6901 South Peoria StreetUSColoradoCentennial80112
(303) 761-8700lollipoppark.com
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Indoor children's amusement park for children approx ages 2 - 10. Unlimited rides and unlimited time! Open Daily! World's Greatest Birthdays! Adults ride Ferris Wheel & Teacup for free!
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Amusement center with kiddie rides, funhouse & snack bar welcoming walk-ins as well as groups.- Google
"Young kids operate the rides and pay little attention to what is going on."
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"It's the perfect indoor amusement park for toddlers!"
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SterlingWeisse BrauHaus
3 months ago
Safety nightmare at lollipop park- BEWARE. Young kids operate the rides and pay little attention to what is going on. Our youngest child was violently thrown from the "whip" ride and nearly had her legs severed by her own cart. Thankfully she was only bruised and the ride stopped just before the rollers went over her legs... This happened because The operator let additional kids on and did NOT seatbelt them in. He also let the kids stand up and grab cars in front of them... These are 3 and 4 year old kids that lack the understanding and judgment that the operators are paid to watch for in safely operating the rides. And adding insult to injury we were accosted by a member of the management staff when we commented how unsafe the combination of old equipment and staff presented. We were dealt with in an incredibly hostile manner to be honest. And this following our 4 year old being violently ejected from their equipment! The owner told us she reviewed the film and let the employee go as a result.... Well we later discovered this was a lie because we saw the same kid operating another ride when we left an hour later. I don't believe that this place can be trusted and only has its own interests in mind. We saw 2 other kids hurt, and the ride stopped so those kids could be pulled off, during the morning on this same ride from having their heads hit against the side of the cart when it 'whips' around. BEWARE of taking your kids here!
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amy stark
10 months ago
I've brought my 2 year old daughter here several times, and she has a blast every time. If I mention Lollipop Park to her, she goes berserk with excitement. It's the perfect indoor amusement park for toddlers! My little one enjoys and can ride on all rides (sans Whip-It... she's still a bit too small for that one). There are plenty of rides, plus bounce houses, to keep kids occupied for multiple hours. Additionally, Lollipop has recently added a PlasmaCar mini racetrack... Really nice touch! My daughter loves it. Lollipop is a really cute, safe, fun and clean destination for tots where they can run around and be... kids! Wish there had been a place like this when I was her age :) We love Lollipop!
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A Google User
8 months ago
Hello everybody, I was fortunate enough to attend a Birthday Party with my Wife and Daughter a little while ago which was had at Lollipop Park. I am kind of new to this review thing, and reviews for places in general, so I hope you don't mind that I'm going to cover everything about my experience... We had an incredible time! I am six foot five and I was able to ride the Ferris wheel with her, as well as the carousel and another ride. (That in itself is pretty incredible). Back to her experience, though. She had a wonderful time! My daughter is three and a half, and went on every single ride there (multiple times). She loved the bouncing castles, and the swing ride the most. From what I could tell, whether you go during a peak time like the weekends, or you go during the week in the middle of the day, your children will be able to ride the rides as much as they want. Granted, if it is busy, they probably will have to wait a couple of ride "cycles" before its their turn. It is a flat fee for admission and there are coupons/groupons available from time to time from what I discerned from other Yelp posters. As far as the rides themselves are concerned, they look to be very well maintained by their Owner(s). Out of curiosity I decided to go and try to find out who the Manger or Owner was at this attraction. It turns out a married couple are the Owners and according to them, they have been in the entertainment business for over twenty years. The ride operators were nice too - I would place them as high school / college age. The area of the first floor that belongs to Lollipop Park has been intelligently space designed to maximize the amount of rides it has, and in a safe way. There are one or two benches for sitting if need be, and as the Park is enclosed in an Entertainment Complex, there are other places to sit outside of the Lollipop Park enclosure if you happen to be Elderly or decide that you want to sit down and one of the benches is already in use. As far as the security vibe is concerned, I observed multiple CCTV Security Cameras that looked as if they covered all of the rides and the entrance / exit of their area. In addition, as I mentioned above that this attraction is inside of an entertainment complex (sports, ice rink, etc.), it is a high traffic area which adds to safety as well. All in all, we had a wonderful time. I'd like to visit sometime again, earlier in the day. I guess we'll have to plan it! Thanks for reading this and I hope you find my post helpful. Matt KV.
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Amity Connor
a year ago
My daughter has the best time at Lollipop park! I love to see the smile on her face while she rides the rides. The first time we went we had a groupon, we have been back several times since then. It is a magical little place perfect for ages 2-6. We try to go at least once a month. She has a great time, and it's worth the money for my child to have a super fun day with her friends riding fun rides.
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Kate Kutzleb
10 months ago
My daughter asks to go here all the time. It is a little indoor amusement park for kids around 3-5....with some wiggle room- my daughter first visited at two and my 7 year old nephew had fun there as well. Whats nice is ride operators will stop the ride if your little one gets scared or upset, no fuss, they just get little one back to mom and start up again. My daughter usually does about an hour to 90 minutes here....cheaper than a movie as parents are free and doesn't bombard her with too much screen time.
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Nilda Vanderzyden
10 months ago
My daughter enjoys Lollipop Park so much that she chose to have her 5th birthday party there. Each time she visits she has a blast riding the high quality amusement park rides over, and over, and over again. We always stay for hours when we go. It is worth every penny we spend when we go there. The price of admission per child is totally reasonable. My daughter has never wanted to leave this fun place. The staff is friendly. It is a clean, safe indoor activity and the rides are obviously well maintained. Parents are even allowed to get on a couple of the rides with their child and do not pay for admission. I am grateful for a place that makes birthday parties for children so stress free. No deposit was required and they cheerfully refunded the price of the ticket of a child we expected to come to the party but didn't.
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Deborah Kern
10 months ago
We'd never been to Lollipop Park before but as soon as we walked in the door my 2 1/2 year old grandson and 3 1/2 year old granddaughter were wide eyed and looking around in wonder! All the colors and sights and sounds were exciting. They ran for the ferris wheel and every ride after that. There were smiles all around as we waved to each other every time they passed by on the carousel and swings. It was great that the lines were so short and they could ride on everything repeatedly unlike the large theme parks. The operators were all very friendly and helpful making sure the kids got on and settled in safely. I liked the idea of this area being for younger kids. I was surprised but happy to find out that this had been Funtastics at one time and we'd been there back when my daughters were little. These little ones just loved it and didn't want to leave at closing time. We told them we'd be back.
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Mike Tilko
10 months ago
Our kids love Lollipop Park. They look forward to it everytime we go - listing all of the rides (train, bouncy castle, merry go ride, teacups, whip it, ferris wheel). As a parent, its a safe, clean and affordable environment for kids. And surprisingly its never that crowded. Its a hidden gem. I highly recommend this indoor amusement park to anyone esp those with young children (ours are 3 1/2 years old).

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