Need a fun all-ages, all-weather activity in Davis County, Utah? Our family discovered The Rush Funplex in Syracuse last summer. It was a hit with both my teen and my 5-year-old.
It’s Cathy from My Book a Day. I’m always looking for things that I can do with our kids near our home. I had a great coupon for The Rush Funplex, so I ventured out with a couple of our kids, ages 13 and 5.
We had a blast! There are so many things to do. Everything is inside, so it doesn’t matter if it’s hot, snowy, cold or rainy. That’s a big bonus here in Utah!
Here's what you can expect at The Rush Funplex.
Here are the activities we enjoyed most at Rush Funplex.
Mini Golf – It's 18 holes of black light mini-golf, and I loved the way the black lights made everything from the balls to the holes and wall decorations glow. The course was filled with pirates, mythical creatures and other fun things to see.
Bumper Cars – My kids loved these. I actually lost count of how many times we went on them. My 5 year-old was especially loved driving his own car.
Go Karts – Indoor Go Karts are located on the uppermost floor. It’s just plain fun. There’s a height limit on this one, so smaller kids can’t drive the big karts, but they do have a Go Karts downstairs for younger kids. My little guy had a great time driving his own kart and running into the inflatable dividers.
Foam Pit – We also spent plenty of time in the foam pit. It has a set of trapeze swings that the kids had a great time swinging from to land in the foam pit. There is also a climbing wall, climbing ropes and a trampoline.
Kids in diapers aren’t allowed in the foam pit. I was a bit scared for my little guy because there were so many bigger kids flying around. He had no fear, however, and had a great time. There are bounce houses nearby for smaller kids.
Laser Tag – You'll put on the laser tag suit and go in with a couple of teams to shoot at each other. My little guy had fun, but playing with the teenagers was kind of hard for him.
There are so many other things to do here. You can go bowling, roller skating, rock wall climbing or play arcade games too.
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It was great that we didn’t have to leave to eat lunch. The Rush Funplex has a small dining area. They offer things like pizza, hot dogs, french fries, ice cream and soda. The prices were reasonable. and the food was good.
Rush Funplex does not allow you to bring in your own food.
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The Rush Funplex is open Monday to Thursday from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am to Midnight. Closed on Sundays.
Ways to Save
You don't have to pay full price to take your family to Rush Funplex – especially on weekdays. Here are a few ways to save money.
Daily Deals – Rush Funplex has different deals on Monday-Thursday, every week. These include Family Bowling Night, $12 Tuesday, Bonus Hour Wednesday and BOGO Thursday. Visit https://rushfunplex.com/pricing to learn more.
Unlimited Passes – You can purchase individual activities or an unlimited pass. Purchasing a single activity is the least expensive way to go, but if you want to just let your kids loose, then a multi-hour or all-day unlimited pass may be the most economical option. The more hours you buy, the less it will cost you per hour.
Watch for Coupons – Rush Funplex coupons can often be found in those coupon packs we receive in the mail. We used a coupon to save money.
It can be tough to find a family activity that my teen girls enjoy as much as my 5-year-old son. All my kids had fun at Rush Funplex in Syracuse, Utah.
This fun center has a good variety of activities, and it's all indoor so it doesn't matter what the weather is like outside. Rush Funplex is especially good for larger family or friend groups. It's a fun, active option for family night or school breaks.
I hope that these tips help your family have a great time at Rush Funplex.
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