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Hoppy Feet Fun Center Grovetown

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Hoppy Feet Fun Center
701 Devika Dr
Ste 8
Grovetown
GA
30813
Tel: 706-755-2619

Directions

Located on Columbia Road in the Ivy Falls Shopping Center. One mile away from Patriots Park and three minutes from I-20.

Where are we going today?

Hoppy Feet defines itself by offering parents and children with a safe and fun environment in their new indoor family fun center.  We have foam flooring throughout our facility for extra protection.  With our attractions, catering, and video games your party is destined to be a hit!  Come on out and enjoy the fun and meet new friends.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adultsfree
  • Children7.99
  • Free Under: free under 2 if not playing and only 3.99 if playing
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

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year round

Teachers corner

We happily provide school outings and discounted rates for our local schools. .

I'm Hungry!

We offer a refreshment counter, drinks, chips, and are catered by Marco's pizza..

Healthy Eating!

We are a nut free facility and offer several items to ensure that little ones are getting nutritious snacks..

Doing our bit

We also offer community programs in which we will donate $1 for every admission on your night. So come on in and schedule an event..

Baby Facilities

We offer one of the only toddler soft play areas in the C.S.R.A. for hours of enjoyment..

Can I get one of those?

We also offer our awesome shirts to the public for sale and socks in case you forgot yours..

What people are saying?

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    They do not care about anyone who is not in a league. The food is exceptionally sub par.I went in on a Saturday night and the man in glasses was rude to me. Not answering my questions. I was met with rolled eyes when I asked about prices. I had called an hour before and recieved no answer. The bartender was not attentive, even though the bar was not busy. When asked to speak to a manager about my mistreatment, the man in the glasses told me he WAS the manager....it was a horrible experience, and I will never go back there again,.

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    My family had a party in the private bowling area. It was simply awesome. The food is incredible and overall experience was fantastic. The sports bar inside is better than most stand alone places in the area. I would recommend legacy lanes to anyone looking to have a first class experience at a bowling alley

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    This ENTIRE experience was terrible, from the moment we walked in to the moment we left, we were treated like we were an inconvenience to every single person we came into contact with. My husband and I met two other couples here on a Saturday night. I called ahead to see of we could reserve a lane in their 'boutique bowling' area and I was told it was first come first serve. When we arrived, we asked how long the wait was and were told there were parties at each lane and they wouldn't be over until after 11 pm and handed a pager. We were ok to wait,...Read More

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    Very new and modern bowling alley. Decor is very nice, everything is very clean and modern. But they only have 24 lanes, and it does fill up with leagues and parties. It's also on the pricey side compared to other bowling alleys.

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    We just had a lasertag party there for a 10 year old girl. The experience was fantastic comparatively.

    On a five star scale, I'd rate most teenage workers a 1 or 2. I'd rate most adults a 2. I have pretty high standards. So when I say that our teenage party coordinator (I forget her name but in case the owner is reading: long dark hair and ran our 1:30 party on Sat, May 28, 2011) was a solid 4 that means a lot. She was friendly, helpful, and extremely attentive. I never had a problem finding her when she wasn't in the room and she was quick...Read More

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by Lindsay Okert

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This ENTIRE experience was terrible, from the moment we walked in to the moment we left, we were treated like we were an inconvenience to every single person we came into contact with. My husband and I met two other couples here on a Saturday night. I called ahead to see of we could reserve a lane in their 'boutique bowling' area and I was told it was first come first serve. When we arrived, we asked how long the wait was and were told there were parties at each lane and they wouldn't be over until after 11 pm and handed a pager. We were ok to wait, since there is a restaurant, full bar, and kareoke. We had terrible waitress service, since she was working the bar and waiting tables. The food was cold, wrong, and the kitchen couldnt even make a simple turkey club sandwich (which is on the menu). We NEVER got paged for a lane, even after checking in with the front desk twice, and lanes were open. When we finally had enough of being completely ignored, we handed in our pager and thanked the person at the front desk for such terrible service, to which he rolled his eyes in my face. When I asked him if I could speak to a manager, he said he was the MANAGER! Enough said!!!! I will never waste another penny or hard earned night out at this trash filled establishment!

by Nicholas Bostaph

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We just had a lasertag party there for a 10 year old girl. The experience was fantastic comparatively.

On a five star scale, I'd rate most teenage workers a 1 or 2. I'd rate most adults a 2. I have pretty high standards. So when I say that our teenage party coordinator (I forget her name but in case the owner is reading: long dark hair and ran our 1:30 party on Sat, May 28, 2011) was a solid 4 that means a lot. She was friendly, helpful, and extremely attentive. I never had a problem finding her when she wasn't in the room and she was quick to answer all of our questions or help when needed. I was impressed.

The lasertag area was well done. Black lights gave it a surreal feel, and colored jackets for team play made it a good cooperative experience. They had plenty of sniper positions and walls set in a mazelike pattern allowing movement to play a proper role. And the fog machine gave the experience a nice touch. I've never done lasertag before so I don't know if it's normal that you sometimes have to remain on target for a few seconds for it to pickup, but on 1 out of 4 shots that was the case. The room wasn't huge, but it was more than I expected for a bowling alley.

My biggest complaint is that they didn't get our names so the lasertag scorecards were mostly useless. This is too bad as it would have been a fun way to work a little discussion about math and discussions into the evening activities with the kids. Besides, my partner and I want to know who thwomped the other the most thoroughly. ;)

They had some rules they were willing to bend to accommodate us, and they were pretty laid back about making sure it was a good time. Pizza was included and the kids seemed happy with it. They had candles for the cake after we forgot them, which I really appreciated. And most of the gaming and bowling area seemed clean and well taken care of. I dealt with one or two other workers there and there was a mix; some of the other teenage staff seemed singularly unimpressive, but as the staff we worked with the most were great our experience wasn't negatively impacted too much.

All in all I'd recommend. There's certainly room for improvement, especially by my standards, but from what I've seen of others' expectations of businesses Legacy Lanes would be a definite five-star experience for most.

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