Ft. Lauderdale’s Xtreme Action Park has opened its new expansion, making the 200,000 square foot facility Florida’s largest indoor entertainment center.
Xtreme Action Park is the brainchild of David Goldfarb, Michael Dezer and Aaron Parkinson. The newly expanded family entertainment center, which originally opened in 2015, now features a brand new 20,000 square foot trampoline park, roller skating rink, arcade room, bazooka blast, race track, ropes course, escape rooms, bowling lanes, bar and restaurant, and ice cream shop. The facility also includes the 60,000 square foot Ft. Lauderdale Auto Museum, which contains over 300 cars.
In 2017, Xtreme Action Park plans to continue growing with a 24,000 sq foot Airsoft Arena, a 5,000 sq foot Virtual Reality combat room, a black light mini-golf course, and synthetic ice skating rink. When complete, the facility will be over 230,000 square feet.
Xtreme Action Park is open daily (Sun-Thurs, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri-Sat: 11 a.m.-midnight) at 5300 Powerline Road in Ft. Lauderdale. For more information, call (954) 491-6265 or visit xtremeactionpark.com, and watch this preview video: