As Minnesota's largest, family-owned indoor park, Good Times Park® brings the outside playground feel inside. The unique, access-controlled park was created in 2013 to provide families a safe, fun, clean & reliable indoor play space to enjoy unstructured play time together. The convenient, on-line purchase process & corresponding entrance code allows each family to enter the fully-secured park without waiting in payment lines.
The staffless park, which requires adult supervision, features a huge playground with unique spinning & sliding equipment and its spacious play zones include a well-equipped basketball court, turf field and large inflatable jumper (bring socks to jump).
The Buildatorium zone features large soft units for construction play and the high tech hologram game will have the whole family darting about in a literal world of their own. The Itty Bitty Play Space is a sensory-filled play/crawling area for only children under 3 years old. Surrounded by windows, the self-clean picnic area offers a variety of seating options for the whole family to enjoy their own food & drinks.
While the park sometimes hosts fully-chaperoned groups from childcare organizations on Tuesdays-Fridays (see the posted field trip schedule for more details), the park is a reliable play space without the worry of overcrowding from birthday celebrations or large, unsupervised groups.
Buy a membership & play together any day-any time. Leave the electronic games behind and come play at the park.
The wide variety of modern, innovative play options are designed to spark motor development, imagination and team work in a playful, unstructured environment.
The self-use business model offers a park-like environment for families to engage in playtime any day/time that fits their busy schedule.
Our names are Jackie and Patrick. We’ve been married for over 15 years and have four boys, ages 1 all the way up to 13. Jackie has over 20 years of experience in childhood education working at various levels including daycare, pre-school, tutoring and elementary education. In 2008 she completed her master’s degree in early childhood development, and she instantly connected with the central tenant of unstructured play and exercise for children of all ages that is the core of Good Times Park. Patrick has spent his professional career working in various management roles in manufacturing companies. He loves the park's different amenities and appeal to multiple age groups. As a family we like to ski and travel the world, exploring new places.