Things to do for Active Kids
Pzazz Fun City Burlington
Where are we going today?
Waterparks, bowling, golf, laser tag....where do we even start when describing Pzazz Fun City! The Burlington resort of Pzazz features super fun attractions for the whole family, and you don't even need to stay in the resort to enjoy them!
With day admissions, it's a fun way to spend your family day out - especially if you have kids with a LOT of energy!
How about we start with Huck's Habor - a 70,000sq ft waterpark that has a seasonal outdoor area, and of course that year around indoor area!
Here, you can swim, float, relax, wade, splash in the kiddie pool or enjoy the hot tub - a great way to have that COOL day out you need!
Why don't we head to Ballocity next, where you can play, hide and tackle THOUSANDS of fun soft foam balls in a multi-level attraction! If that wasn't enough, kids can play with interactive vacuums, fountains, buckets, cannons, mazes, twists, turns....phew! Could there be almost TOO much fun to be had in Ballocity?
STRIKE! We see you've found the bowling lanes - one of the finest in the country! Here, 24 lanes await with all the cool tech you need to make it the smoothest bowling experience. The start of the art lighting and cool music certainly helps too!
If you STILL want more, why not head next to Lazertown, a 2,500sqft laser tag arena where up to 8 players can battle it out together with the cool phasers and state of the art equipment? The black lighting and special effects really create an amazing atmosphere!
Great for kids to work as a team, and really develop those coordination skills!
We haven't even begun to skim the surface at Pzazz Fun City, but if you head there we think you can make a great head start!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsPay and play!
- ChildrenPay and play!
- Free Under: 2 years for Ballocity
When can we go?
Times for each activity vary so check before you go!
Year round. Outdoor pool seasonal
They have amazing dining in Pzazz, so check out the cafe, or lounge, candy alley or grill - and you will be able to find something to re-fuel!.
There are plenty of healthy options within all the food options.
Any Top Tips?
Check out all of the activities before you plan your day - then you can really fit them all in!.
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs or want to speak about accessibility, just give them a call!.
It's a good idea to take an extra pair of socks and clothes, especially for the water park.
What people are saying?
by Wendy Dewey
In years past, I would have given a much higher rating. However, I returned to Fun City yesterday, with the sole purpose of taking the family to Huck's Harbor. $7 for a day pass at a fun indoor water park is a great deal! That is, until I walked in. Last year they completely renovated, it would seem. I understand, they said they were having moisture issues in the rooms around the water area. However, they took the small area that used to hold the 2 small waterslides, and made that the only indoor water area. They turned the main area into a 3 story...Read More
by Peg Ingles
Fun City employees have to pay for their uniforms. This is a violation of state labor regulations. Those kids are charged $100 a year for new uniforms with the logo printed on it. That is not fair. They also have no consistent breaks. Safety factors need to be taken into consideration for the public they are guarding and for the workers.
by Julie Smith
You just can't beat the price for a family vacation! We've been to Fun City 3 times now. It's very economical and we enjoyed ourselves a lot! The rooms are average but clean. The rest of the facility is very nice at a price a family can afford. It was very nice that everything is handy; just walk downstairs and enjoy the restraunts, lunar bowling, arcade, and water park. I would recommend this to families with children 12 and under. Check it out and have some fun! Julie NE IA
by Cory Graham
Not bad for the price. Had a nice time with the wife and 3 kids.
by sam avery
KID REVIEW: Everything is great there, the rooms, the water parks, the go-carts, and much more.
by Wendy Dewey
In years past, I would have given a much higher rating. However, I returned to Fun City yesterday, with the sole purpose of taking the family to Huck's Harbor. $7 for a day pass at a fun indoor water park is a great deal! That is, until I walked in. Last year they completely renovated, it would seem. I understand, they said they were having moisture issues in the rooms around the water area. However, they took the small area that used to hold the 2 small waterslides, and made that the only indoor water area. They turned the main area into a 3 story ball play area. Neat, for sure, but not what we came for.
The new indoor water park consists of a small water playground (1 double slide about 2 feet tall, and 1 circular slide about 4 feet tall). It has a lot of water falling down from above, but it falls HARD. My 2 and 6 yo said it hurt. There was no way to get on the play structure without getting water dumped on you. I even felt it was quite powerful and uncomfortable.
They also included a small lazy river with inner tubes. This, I liked.
The price seemed just too much for what we got. I know $7 isn't much, but that's how much we used to pay for triple that amount of indoor play. If we hadn't built it up to our children, and they weren't so looking forward to this, I wouldn't have stayed and paid that price.
I was very disappointed.