Feel the wind in your hair as you race around the twists and turns of some of the most exciting Go-Kart tracks on the planet!
Try your driving skills on Wild Woody, the Lumberjack, or maybe Heavy Metal Rise. If you prefer a milder ride, there are Classic Go-Karts or Kiddie Go-Karts for the kiddies.
The Branson Go-Kart Tracks also include other fun activities such as Laser Tag, Mini Golf, and Arcades.
For a real heart-pounding experience take a ride on the Ozark Mountain Skycoaster, a 100- foot tall superswing that reaches 70 mph!
Branson Go-Kart tracks are fun and adventure for the whole family.
Posted in Go Carts
on June 20th, 2011
The Track Family introduces one of the most exciting Go-Kart Tracks in the area, made of concrete and steel and reaching over 4 stories tall, hang on to your hats and get ready for the “Heavy Metal High Rise”
This track is completely state of the art.
The heavy Metal High Rise is over 1200 linear feet long, contains over 200 tons of steel, and 700 cubic yards of concrete. The ride is simply amazing, after spiraling up 4 stories, riders zoom down a 3 tiered slope back to the earth!
The Height requirement for drivers will be 58 inches tall and 36 inches tall for passengers. The ride has a rock-n-roll theme, complete with the chance to take the “stage” for a photo.
Add some thrills to your vacation on the brand new Heavy Metal High Rise at the Track 4 in Branson!
Posted in Go Carts
on May 27th, 2011
When Larry Schmidt tells Branson visitors to “Don’t act your age, just drive!,” he’s not encouraging high speed races down 76 Country Music Boulevard. Instead, he’s just advising everyone to relax and have plenty of fun on his company’s go-kart tracks that are scattered around the city.
Schmidt, President and Co-Owner of the Track Family Fun Parks, has recently helped make the fun even more exciting for his guests. Heavy Metal Rise, his new high rise addition spirals excited go-kart drivers up four stories high, then zooms them down a three-tiered slope to the ground. Tight, high-banked curves challenge driving skills all along the dramatic journey.
The state of the art attraction with its rock & roll theme required 200 tons of steel and 700 cubic yards of concrete to construct. It’s part of the $3 million being invested by Schmidt’s company over a two year period to enhance their popular attractions that are enjoyed by people from across the world. There are five weather friendly, “no gate admission charge” locations to choose from at various locations around Branson.
Along with Heavy Metal Rise, there’s Wild Woody, The Lumberjack, Classic Go-Karts, Rookie Go-Karts and Kiddie Go-Karts to accommodate speedsters of nearly all sizes and ages. Along with the go-karts, the Track offers bumper boats & cars, mini-golf, kids rides, arcades, laser tag, drag racing simulators, sky coasters and other choices. So the next time you come to Branson with family and friends, be sure to experience some of the fun times offered at the Tracks Family Fun Parks.