Frequently Asked Questions

Children must be accompanied by an adult. Unaccompanied children younger than 16 years of age will not be admitted to Paradise Park unless they are part of a supervised and/or youth sponsored activity. Teen Nights are the second Friday of the month. Teens can be dropped off on those nights.

Unsupervised children under the age of 16 are required to have an adult contact designated at all times while they are enjoying the Park. Violent and unruly behavior, including foul language, is not tolerated. Paradise Park is a tobacco free facility. Guests who violate any policies or rules of Paradise Park will be ejected from the facility.

Baseball Fast Pitch 70-75 mph
Baseball Medium Pitch 50-55 mph
Baseball Slow Pitch 30-35 mph
Softball Fast Pitch 50-55 mph
Softball Medium Pitch 30-35 mph
Softball Slow Pitch HIgh Arc Pitch

All pitching machines are located 45’ from the batter boxes and feature a monopole design.

For the safety of our guests, we encourage all guests to wear closed toe shoes when visiting Paradise Park. Guests wearing sandals are not permitted to ride the Go Karts, climb the Rock Wall, or use the Batting Cages. Shoes are required to be worn inside the Foam Factory as well. Socks are required in the Discovery Play ball pit and climbing area.

Outdoor attractions (Go Karts, Miniature Golf, Laser Tag Maze and Batting Cages) remain open during regular operating hours and weather permitting.

Weather – Go Karts, Laser Tag Maze, and Mini Golf operate when the temperature is 50 degrees and above. All outdoor attractions close when lightning is detected within 6 miles of the Park.

Our main miniature golf course has 18 holes, is beautifully landscaped with trees and water features, and is lit for evening play after dark. Evening play does take advantage of light angles and shadows to create a different element of play on the golf course. A majority of the golf course is shaded and featured to play throughout most of the year as weather permits. If conditions are safe on the outdoor mini golf course then it is typically open during regular business hours throughout the year; however, there may be a few additional obstacles on the course during off season as leaves and small branches may fall on the course between cleanings.

The Jr. Mini Golf course is also 18 holes and is laid out with a shorter length set of holes and a flatter surface. It is fully ADA accessible and located in the Discovery Play Children’s Garden and suitable for our younger players. Jr. Mini Golf is available during the same hours the Discovery Play area operates and is not lit for evening play.

A Flex Pass is available to all guests at the ticket counter and includes discounted admission to both Discovery Play and Foam Factory for all day play on the day of purchase.

Paradise Park’s Discovery Play features 20 indoor areas offering a variety of play and learning opportunities: large block building; interactive children’s cooking; soft contained play climbing; miniature play; face painting; water table play; infant-toddler area; Pretend Village with a pretend fire station, pizza parlor, supermarket and classroom; art studio and performance area. It also includes an Outdoor Children’s Garden with 10 play areas: Dinosaur Dig, Pretend Fishing, 3 climbing structures, Jr. Mini Golf, teepees, a toddler grass maze, and several Playful Kinetics interactive sculptures by a local artist.

Adults do pay for admission to Discovery Play at a discount. The majority of similar entertainment venues charge full price for adults and guests of all ages and do not offer the reduced adult price that Paradise Park offers.

Paradise Park provides a $5 savings off of all Unlimited Max Park Adventure purchases with a current Military ID.

Yes. We have many options for groups. Please click here or call for details at 816-246-5224, ext. 105.

We allow balloons, not piñatas, in the birthday party room only. If you do NOT have a scheduled party reserved, balloons, piñatas, presents, food of any nature, or other items planned for distribution to participants are not allowed at Paradise Park.

If you do not choose one of our hosted or featured birthday packages, you can still visit our Park for the recreational part of your day by utilizing our general admissions. Please ensure your guests understand that they will play at Paradise Park, but will enjoy cake and presents at a separate location. If interested in renting a private room, then let our party director know and we will be happy to work to accommodate your needs at a fair price. Please do so 2 weeks in advance.

Due to security and health code mandates, we cannot allow outside food or beverage on property from general admission guests, nor can we allow gifts or decorations to be brought in for non-hosted parties. There is simply not room in our main seating areas to allow for party tables to be tied up for extended amounts of time. We ask for all guests’ cooperation in making the facility open to the general public and if any guest feels they need a reserved seating space we encourage them to contact our friendly party or group events staff to help them with their organized party reservation needs.

We encourage you to book your party online or in person at least two weeks in advance.

Yes, we offer spectacular party packages appropriate for youth and guests of all ages. For proper planning, please book your party at least 2 weeks in advance.

To reserve a party, a $175 non-refundable deposit is required. Hosted Parties will not be reserved without a deposit. Sales tax is added to the final cost of each package. Each child must have socks and athletic shoes.

Only Paradise Park pre-arranged and booked parties are allowed at Paradise Park. No organized walk-in parties that include gifts and/or food items are authorized. Guests will be asked to remove any unapproved items immediately from the Paradise Park premises.

Paradise Park accepts Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards. Paradise Park does not accept personal checks. We accept one coupon per group or transaction. Double discounts with multiple coupons are not accepted.

Safety is imperative, and Paradise Park enforces all manufacturer requirements for operational purposes. There are no exceptions.

Go Kart Driver – 58” tall
Go Kart Passenger – 40” tall, with 18-year-driver who is 58” tall
Jr. Go Kart Driver – 48” to 58” tall (Closed toe shoes required. No sandals or bare feet. Loaner shoes are available. Casts and slings are not allowed on Go Karts.)
Bumper Car Driver – 44” tall, maximum 275 pounds (One person/bumper car. Casts and slings are not allowed on Bumper Cars.)
Rock Wall Climber – 35 pounds minimum, 275 pounds maximum.(Climbers must wear shoes with closed toes. No sandals and bare feet. Loaner closed-toe shoes are available. Casts and slings are not allowed on the Rock Wall.)
Operation Laser Tag is for ages 8 and older.

The Max Pak is our all-day Park Pass for all of the Adventure Attractions at Paradise Park:

Go Karts
Junior Go Karts
Mini Golf
Laser Tag Maze
Rock Climbing
Bumper Cars
Foam Factory
The Children’s Discovery Play Center
The Outdoor Children’s Garden
Max Pak guests also receive discounts for select Premium Attractions, called Max Pak Add-Ons: Operation Laser Tag for $5 (reg. $9.99 plus tax), and various discounts on Gem Mining.

We are open 7 days a week, except for a few holidays. Our daily hours vary throughout the seasons of the year. Please click here to see our hourly calendar, or give us a call at 816-246.5224.

Paradise Park has a picnic area located outside of the building on the northeast corner of the main building and south of Operation Laser Tag arena. It is a shaded area with several picnic tables and a place for easy trash disposal.

Paradise Park does not allow any outside food or beverages on the rest of the property for general admission guests. The Park practices this rule in order to help protect all guests from being exposed to items that may cause allergies with children. It is a safety issue. Paradise Park is a peanut-free facility. This information is clearly marked at the front entrance.

Paradise Park also operates its own café that follows the city, county and state health codes. The Park follows ordinances for safety to prevent cross contaminating food served at the Paradise Park Café. The café offers affordable lunch and dinner specials for individuals, groups and field trips, as well as professional catering services for larger groups.

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