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Jambo Park, Inc.
Amusement Center
Today 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
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12046 N 32nd St Phoenix, AZ 85028
12046 N 32nd StUSAZPhoenix85028
Amusement Center, Bowling Alley
Amusement Center
Bowling Alley
Laser Tag Center
Miniature Golf Course
Today 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday ClosedFriday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
3 Indoor Amusement Park Rides (Flying Elephants, Jungle Swing & Safari Train), Laser Tag, Mini Bowling, Indoor Mini Golf, Indoor playground & robotic Safari Animals all for $15.99. Birthdays & Groups.
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Kid-focused indoor play place featuring rides, laser tag, bowling, mini-golf & a snack bar.- Google
People talk about indoor amusement, golf paradise, elephant ride, indoor miniature golf and jungle animals
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Christine Peters
reviewed 6 months ago
Bought a Groupon and took my toddler girls to the one in Mesa and I will probably not go back. First, the overall look of the place is depressing. The interior was dirty and had a heavily used look. The rides were old and in generally poor condition. Foam padding in the play area was torn with pieces falling out. Only about half the ballasts had lights so some areas of the building were quite dim. A number of rides and games took tokens without turning on. Second, the workers looked and acted like they wanted to be anywhere but at Jambo. Most of the workers looked like they had rolled out of bed and picked up a dirty tee-shirt and pants off the floor 5 minutes before coming to work. Many of them were more interested in their phones than their customers. Only one attendant managed to say "Hi", "Bye" and "Thanks You" to us. Additionally, there were not enough workers to man all the rides. If my girls wanted to ride a ride and there was not an attendant, I would have to track down one to help us. Didn't eat there, but given the general atmosphere, I doubt the food was even as good as McDonald's. Will probably not go back
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Beau Kebodeaux
reviewed 9 months ago
A Laughably Poor Existence of an Amusement Park for Adults and Children This was my first experience at a Jambo Amusement Park with no knowledge beforehand of what is actually was. I walk in with my girlfriend to check it out with $11 – All Day Wristband coupons in hand and discover that a majority of the rides have a weight limit of 110lbs or 165lbs. We laugh and can’t really knock the place for being primarily for young children, the employee offers an Unlimited Laser Tag, Mini-Bowling, and Mini-Golf Adult wristbands for $3 and we take him up on the offer. Upon passing the desk with our wristbands, we discover the following: -Laser Tag is closed. -Mini-Bowling is closed. Right of the gate and 2/3 things we can only do are closed. After a discussion with an employee, we are given $6 in tokens each for a total of $12. We go to experience the arcade for a total of ~20 arcade machines: -The rewards for tickets are pitiful. Chutes and Ladders at 4500 tickets at the desk, dollar store toys located in the ticket reward machine. That’s all. -The one air hockey table frequently had issues where pucks would go in and pop right back out, not counting for a score. -¾ of the escalating animal rides that you find in front of grocery stores are broken. Cruisin’ USA started to crash while we were playing it, artifacts appearing on screen and freezing. -So many audio issues – low sound from Time Crisis, no sound from Skeeball, low sound from MvC2, low sound from The Simpsons Beat-Em-Up And for the Mini-Golf – it is poorly constructed. The actual courses can be moved by a person’s feet and appear to have been made straight out of someone’s garage – plywood and fake grass. The barriers of the courses are too low, so balls will constantly be falling off the course and into others’ games. Balls would continue to get stuck underneath the hollow plastic structures. There is no fake grass surrounding the courses like it is in the picture, it is a plain cement floor. Do yourself and your child a favor – don’t go to Jambo.
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Darlene Ferrel
reviewed 8 months ago
Horrible! Drive a hour to get here. Only one ride! Ordered food took 20 min for mini corndog and ff and they came cold! Save your money and stay at home with the family
Ted Batycki
reviewed a month ago
It's like the kids section of a carnival or fair. Indoor Disneyland it is not. Perfect for young children wanting to have some fun. During our visit the staff was friendly, and the place was clean.
John Smith
reviewed 10 months ago
I purchased two all day passes ($15.99 + tax) for my kids after 5 pm in the evening today. The key attractions for my kids, laser tag and bowling, were both closed. Upon bringing it to the Manager's(Darrin) attention, he said that the bowling will not be open as it costs over $2k to fix. He wasn't aware that the Laser Tag was closed for over two hours (Great managerial skills and staying on top of things at this 'huge' park). He wanted me to bring it to his attention sooner as I had spent over one hour and a half at the facility. He mentioned that he couldn't compensate for it to just visit for laser tag as we had spent 'so much' time already on our 'all day' passes. According to him, this was their owners order. Darrin was an outright rude person, who doesn't care much about the customers based on my conversation with him. So much for customer service. A very bad experience and a pathetic manager.
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lynn verango
reviewed 7 months ago
Our first graders went on a field trip to Jambo and loved it. I thought it was 10 times better than the one in mesa. They had a couple games not working but foe the most part, it was nice and spacious.


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