Things to do for Active Kids
Family Fun Center & Bullwinkles Restaurant Wilsonville
Where is it at?
Family Fun Center & Bullwinkles Restaurant
29111 SW Town Center Loop W
Where are we going today?
Kids, do you think it's possible to have TOO much fun? Well, we challenge you to try when you visit the Family Fun Center in Wilsonville!
You see, Family Fun Center has so many activities that you can enjoy on your next family day out, you might enjoy them too much. Are you excited to hear what they have?
Well, why don't we start with the XD Dark Ride! This interactive movie experience has intense motion, amazing 3D graphics, and very cool special effects. You can enjoy it with 7 of your friends at one time, and compete against each other for the highest score - amazing!
Fancy soaring like a bird? The Soaring Eagle Zipline is the next generation of ziplines, with 800ft waiting to take you 75ft in the air - at speeds of 25pmh! Do you have what it takes?
The hole in one is next, where there are two mini golf courses to choose from, each with 18 holes. Nothing like that friendly competition in the family as you try and score that illusive hole in one!
Perhaps you would prefer to ZOOM around the track in the go karts! Even kids as young as 3 years can enjoy being a passenger in these fun cars, as you take on the twists and turns.
Virtual reality comes to life during your Laser Tag game, with fog, music and lights, or you can scale new heights on the 28ft rock wall. A great way for kids to strive to reach the top!
Cool off with the bumper boats, or for those little ones under 5ft, they can enjoy the five level soft play area. Don't forget your socks!
We haven't even listed everything you can enjoy at the Family Fun Center, so why don't you head over there are see for yourself if it's possible to enjoy it all TOO much - then let us know!
Have fun, kids!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsIndividually priced activities from $3.25
- ChildrenSame as adult
When can we go?
Times vary on the month so check before you go!
They LOVE having school groups visit, so whether it's an end of year, or just a day out the classroom, they have a number of group options you can choose from .
The Bullwinkles Restaurant is just waiting for you to re-fuel at, and you have plenty to choose from! From pizza, to hamburgers, to sandwiches and treats, you will be ready to go again in no time.
They have salads on the menu, as well as healthy sandwiches and wraps, and kids meals..
Any Top Tips?
They have packages for kids birthdays, teen birthdays and yes, even adult birthdays! The packages are most popular with kids aged 3 to 10 years, so check them out and celebrate in style!.
Need a little extra help?
Give them a call to ask about accessibility of attractions if you have any questions.
On certain days the bumper boats are shut, so check online before you go .
What people are saying?
by Gregory Sullivan
Loved laser tag and the frog hopper was fun to. did not get to go on the rides or play mini golf cause is was to cold but I'm going again soon when its warm.
by John Byars
I took my wife and son there this afternoon for a birthday party. Our son wanted to do lasertag, so I stood in line, and signed up both myself and my son. We checked back several times, until our game was due to be up. I watched game 8 enter the right staging area, then a few minutes later, game 9 went in the left staging area. My son and I were at the front of the line (after waiting over an hour for our game session). Several teenage girls tried to move in front of us, but I told them we were in line, and they moved back. An Asian woman spoke...Read More
by Daniel Wolbert
Great for groups. Every year we go our youth group loves it every time
by Vince Thyng
We have held a company event here two years in a row. Everyone has been delighted with the service and experience. All of the employees we interacted with did everything necessary to ensure we had a good time. Pasquel and her team were fantastic.
by Alex Krylov
Nice rides, poor customer service. Teens who work there are not trained to work with adults and have no respect. Danko the guy who work at the go-kards was very rude.
by John Byars
I took my wife and son there this afternoon for a birthday party. Our son wanted to do lasertag, so I stood in line, and signed up both myself and my son. We checked back several times, until our game was due to be up. I watched game 8 enter the right staging area, then a few minutes later, game 9 went in the left staging area. My son and I were at the front of the line (after waiting over an hour for our game session). Several teenage girls tried to move in front of us, but I told them we were in line, and they moved back. An Asian woman spoke to them, and motioned them forward, putting them in the now vacant right staging area. I told the cashier, "hey, we are game 10 as well, don't start that game". The woman said, that's not game ten, I made up a 9.5 I asked why, and she stated one of those girls had put her name on the list, thinking her whole party would get to go in, as a manager, she was allowing them to go in to a "special" game to make up for their friends mistake. I asked to speak to a manager, and she told me she was the manager. I went downstairs and asked for the real manager, who listened, and offered to give us our money back. The part I hated was my son is adopted, and is special needs. My wife and I had to physically take him out he was so furious at that so called manager. I told her she needed to explain things to him, not me, and believe it or not, she began telling her long story to a distraught, 9 year old special needs kid. No remorse, no kindness, no professionalism. WE WILL NOT GO Back