The Speedpark at Concord Mills
The attractions are great, but I really appreciate the management. We were here last summer and had a blast. When my son asked to go back for his birthday, we were all for it. But we got there and discovered some of the rules had changed and we couldn't race together in the go karts because he's in a different height class. The manager took the time to double check his height and explain why things had changed. When we realized there was no way to make it work, he gave us a raincheck so we can come back when my son grows another inch so we can race together again. We live a couple hours away, but we will DEFINITELY be back as much as we can. I just wish it was closer!
We had a lot of fun with the go carts today. Its a great deal for $35 dollars for unlimited everything, except the fast go carts you have to pay extra for those and have a license to drive.
I brought a group of my friends tonight. We had a great time. Spencer, yaniris, and Chris helped out tremendously and ensured we had a great time at every adventure. They ensured the safety for all of the people. Great management and even more fun for family and friends.
Alex “AGoodMan” Goodman
Prices are higher than I feel like they should be, but better than some other local go kart track facilities. I only experienced the regular karts with my son, who is 8, not the fastest ones they have so I'm basing this review off those. We waited in line for what seems like forever to get our tickets. Then waited in line even longer to get in the karts. So long my son almost changed his mind about the whole ordeal. The karts were mostly fast, considering the fact, and handled well. I had fun trying to catch up to my son and even more when I passed him on the second lap and was looking forward to giving him a chance to catch up when.... Bam a few seconds later, karts slow to a crawl and we're told to go into the pit, the "race" is over. That's right, 2 laps for $20. And each lap takes about 30-45 seconds to complete. So that's an expensive and time consuming 2 minute race. My son was extremely happy afterwards and just wanted to ride again, of course, so I let him do a ride by himself, and for some reason that group was allowed 5 laps which only confused us and made me wonder if we got ripped off the first time. Long story short, I would recommend the experience if you've got the money to blow and can go on a slow day when there's no lines. I'd recommend the wrist bands, and buying them in advance.
Amazing experience! Great fun with a large group at a very good value. $35 per per person for unlimited use of all facilities is awesome!