Come July, Grand Prairie will have a new spot where families can go to drive go-karts and just have a great time, according to a report by CultureMap Dallas:

“An entertainment concept with go-kart racing is revving into Grand Prairie: Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, an Orlando-based chain with go-karts, games, and more, is opening at 3750 SH-161, just east of the DFW Airport near Belt Line Road, wih (sic) an opening set for early July.

“The venue will comprise 92,000 square feet with high-speed electric Superkarts on a multi-level track, plus state-of-the-art arcade games, Hologate and Hyperdeck virtual reality experiences, a two-story laser tag arena, interactive bowling, and a 7D Xperience motion theater.

“‘High speed’ in this case is a relative term: Their Junior karts go up to 20 mph, Intermediate up to 25 mph, and Adult karts go up to 35 mph. Still, if you’re a kid without a drivers license, then getting behind the wheel and going 20 mph is not too shabby.

“Named after the legendary racing family, Andretti Indoor Karting and Games was founded in Orlando in 2001. They currently have seven locations including San Antonio, Katy, and The Colony where one opened at Grandscape Colony in 2020.

“Each location also has full-service restaurants with chef-designed menus featuring brick oven pizza; Grand Prairie will have three full bars.

“The facility is pay as you go; there’s no general admission fee.”

To read the entire article by CultureMap Dallas, please click HERE.