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17717 Coit Rd Dallas, TX 75252
17717 Coit RoadUSTexasDallas75252
Amusement Park, Amusement Center
Amusement Park
Amusement Center
Laser Tag Center
Batting Cage Center
Miniature Golf Course
Go-Kart Track
Video Arcade
Today 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 9:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Adventure Landing Dallas is one of the most exciting family entertainment venues! Dallas area kids and adults alike love coming to this exciting place for birthday parties, group events or just a day of all-around good fun. 

There’s a little something for everyone at this amusement park, like: 

  • Putt putt golf
  • Laser tag
  • A quarter mile Go-Kart racing track
  • Batting cages 
  • Arcade games

With so many attractions, the only problem is deciding what to do first!

For laser tag enthusiasts, Adventure Landing has a themed arena in which players of every level negotiate through mazes and strategic attack zones, with impressive lighting and sound to truly enhance the experience. In addition, this park has three completely unique 18 hole mini golf courses, perfect for everyone looking to have a little fun. 

What’s more, kids and adults can Go-Kart against one another, try their hand at the park’s many batting cages, or kick back in the extensive arcade. Of course, it takes a lot of energy to have this much fun, which is why Adventure Landing Dallas also offers a number of great all-American food options.

If you’re looking to throw your child an unforgettable birthday party or want to organize a light-hearted church or club outing, this is the place to go. Not only do groups get special discounted rates for entry, which include unlimited access to Adventure Landing’s many amenities, but there are a number of catering options as well. Planning it all is as simple as speaking to one of the park’s event planning experts, who are dedicated to making sure you get exactly what you want out of your day.

Whether you’re putting together a celebration or just want to show your family a memorable, fun time, Adventure Landing Dallas is your destination. To learn more about the many exciting activities offered here or begin the process of planning the birthday party to end all birthday parties, check out this park online or call (972) 248-4653. Let the good times begin!

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Aquatic complex chain with additional land attractions including mini-golf, laser tag & go-karts.- Google
"We put on our own laser tag vests and walked in and he started the game."
"The mini golf is crappy and dated."
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Freddie Ruffner
3 months ago
Place is garbage!!!! I used to work there (I'm a hard worker and left cause it was a summer job and school was starting back up). Trust me though, they really could do better job. Lazy associates, poor food, over priced everything.
Abby Tennant
9 months ago
I cannot even begin to describe how horrible the service was when I visited this place this past weekend. I took my nephew there for his birthday and he was o excited because he wanted to ride the go carts and play laser tag. When we arrived we noticed there were 3 employees standing behind the counter area texting and talking to each other. No one bothered to say 'Hi how are you doing, what can I help you with?" Once we had purchased 3 wristbands(that cost $65 btw) we tried to use the wrist bands to do the batting cage. There was no visible worker standing behind the desk where you pick up putter or baseball bats; one woman finally slowly walked up the counter and simply said "ya?' We then went back inside to play laser tag. The laser tag line had a rope across the front of it. We were unsure of whether it was open or not. There was a guy sitting on the floor texting and after about 30 seconds we asked if he worked there. He stood up and we could see he was wearing a staff shirt. He didn't say a single word to us. he removed the rope and we walked in. He then said "I assume you know how to play laser tag, so I don't need to explain anything to you." That was it. We put on our own laser tag vests and walked in and he started the game. I really wanted this to be an enjoyable experience. The place and overall concept of Adventure Land are really great, but when you go there and don't encounter a single person that seems enthused by there job and the environment that they are in, its nearly impossible to enjoy yourself. I called the manager after I had left to tell him about my experience and was apologetic and offered me a free day to go back, but honestly even if the trip was free, I would never want to go back and experience that level of service again.
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James Mullins
a year ago
I won a $50 MasterCard, or so I thought, out of the Barber Cut Machine. The card was noticeably missing from the container, but I wasn't too concerned. The card looked winnable, and having previously won a Nintendo DSi on November 3rd, I knew the drill was to take whatever prize you won to the front counter to actually receive the goods. After waiting for 15 minutes or so, the manager on duty came back and told me the card wasn't there, and that there was nothing he could do for me, but I could come back tomorrow, and THE manager would be there. So, I understand things happen. I come back the next day. Manager on Duty is there, says they looked at the security cam footage and they saw me take the card out, pocket it, and walk up to the counter to try to con them out of getting another one. I asked to see the tape, which they declined. I wonder if they also saw me give all the stuffed animals and tickets I won away to little kids, because I just like playing the games. I wanted that gift card, though. And don't tell me the manager is going to be there if he isn't. I live in the Rowlett/Rockwall area, and it isn't exactly convenient for me to drive to Coit, twice, to meet someone who can't help me and calls me a thief. The Mini-Golf is fun, tho.
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Amie Sudds
2 years ago
last summer took a group of kids from recreation center..service was horrible..customer horrinle..staff in genersl horrible..we were treated bad..bad...bad..nevet go again and will tell others...
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Katelin Nisbett
2 months ago
I just went last night and there were a few employees that were horrible but at some point in the night we met someone named Dean (not sure if that's how he spelled it) and he made the night fun and really knew how to do his job. He even offered to take pictures fo us while we were on the bumper boats. Also the people that work there are all a bunch of teens so you can't really expect much from them in the first place. Over all we had a blast!
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Colin Campbell
3 months ago
Don't go to this place. Slow karts that are poorly maintained, horrifying restrooms that smell of smoke.
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Bobby TeamEpiphanyisdead
2 years ago
This place is absolute garbage. The staff for go-carts are young, dumb, and lazy. I saw a kid burn through thousands of dollars in damage to carts and NOT get kicked off, but when i accidentally make an extra lap i get yelled at and removed permanently. The mini golf is crappy and dated. The animals look out of date and the course is cheap and no fun. The laser tag was fun IF more than half the vests even worked. The only somewhat good part was the arcade. The games were fun and up-to-date. However if you tried to cash in tickets their is only one employee there and they get swamped quick. This is a waste to anyone who wants to go and if you do decide to go, try to steer clear of the go-kart staff for they are oftentimes really aggravating and lazy.
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lucy carter
a year ago
Great place for family time. My kid lived mini golf