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Malibu Grand Prix San Antonio

(2 Reviews)

3330 Cherry Ridge St, San Antonio, TX 78230

(210) 341-6663

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Today: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
32
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Business Description
Miniature Golf, Go Karts, Bumper Boats, 32-foot climbing Rock Wall, Batting Cages, Game Room.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (210) 341-6664

Payment method
mastercard, visa, discover, amex
Neighborhood
Northwest Side
Amenities
Game Room, Food and Beverage
AKA

Malibu Castle

Malibu Grand Prix

Categories
Amusement Places & Arcades, Recreation Centers, Amusement Park Rides Equipment, Tourist Information & Attractions, Entertainment Agencies & Bureaus
Other Information

Parking: Lot

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David D.

07/01/2015

Overall

The place is deserted. And with good reason. Apparently if it rains any amount--even a quarter of an inch--flooding occurs and they shut everything down for the rest of the day. To add insult to injury, they informed me that my 4-hour unlimited play vouchers (along with a cover letter from that exact location/company name) would not be honored since ownership of the company had changed. What a joke for a business. And a real disappointment for my four-year-old. Go bowling or watch a movie instead.

loosmoose

06/21/2008

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It was fun while it was there

This was a great place that opened in the 1970's and was something that was considered cutting edge way back then. I remember it being packed and it was even covered by ""60 Minutes"" on TV. The fad was so hot in California where it began, they actually had on site ""financing"" so you could borrow money to pay for your laps the competition was so intense. Within a few years it was a neat place to go and the video game craze made it and the neighboring Castle one of the best arcades in the city. Then when video games died as PC games took over, they brought in slot cars which were still a lot of fun and something you could take the kids and enjoy that was not a great expense. Finally, it was down to just the track, and now, the building is bulldozed, the lap time score board gone, and only the well travelled concrete of the 1 lap track is all that remains on what must surely be an incredibly valuable piece of land that is nearly impossible to get to from the highway.

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