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The Only Game In Town

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(7 Reviews)

275 Valley Service Rd, North Haven, CT 06473

(203) 239-4653

Today: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tomorrow: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
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The Ultimate Sports Complex

General Info

We have something for everyone! Bring your family to race the go-karts or play in the arcade. We have a driving range with 40 tees and two mini-golf courses (18-hole and 9-hole) that are perfect for groups. Our four baseball and four softball batting cages will help you perfect your swing, and you can stop by the food court anytime to refuel for another round!

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all major credit cards, mastercard, amex, discover, visa
Batting Cages, Go Karts, Golf Practice Ranges, Miniature Golf, Video Games Arcades
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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hate hate hate hate hate

me and my camp took a field trip to the only game in town hoping to be batting in the batting cages and racing at the go carts, plus playing multiple mini golf games. For the first 2 hours we got to do everything we wanted. Then the next 2 hours went downhill fast. The two workers there were very unfriendly and cheap. Everything you wanted to do extra was expensive. My friends and I wanted to mini golf again, the price to take one golf ball was 4 dollars. Making it impossible to pay after we spent all our money at the arcade because there was nothing to do. The batting cages were extremely short, so you bought another token for 2 dollars which was reasonable, but when you wanted to go kart again on a small, and the occasional bump on the track. And can I just mention that the mini gold course was the lowest quality I have ever seen. Not impressed.