Opening every day of the week, from 12:00 pm until 21:00 pm. Holidays are included too with Kissimmee Go-Karts. Visit Kissimmee Go-Karts and unleash your racing nature. Perfect for a family day out in Florida. Race on the longest track that Florida has to offer. At around a whole mile in length it is exciting a family fun. Consisting of three separate bridges where you can race your go-kart both over the top of them as well as underneath them. The speed of the actual go-carts is not to be underestimated, they are quite fast and exhilarating too. Catering for both the young and old, there are no age restrictions when carting on the tracks here at Kissimmee Go-Karts. Guaranteed fun for all ages and genres of people.
For around two decades the tracks here have been drawing in visitors and holidaymakers from across the globe to have fun go-karting. For example, Christmas holidays and summer breaks are busy periods for us and remaining open is the norm. Proudly offering free parking in the car park and entry to the track too. Private hire of the track can be arranged by special agreement. Perfect for birthday functions or corporate events.
Kissimmee Go-Karts Super Track
The go-karting super track here at kissimmee is just awesome, with bends, loops and twists to challenge every driver. The challenge is to remain on the track and racing is quite tricky on this circuit. The super track here is Florida’s longest go-karting track and plenty of tourists visit to race against family and friends. Also, fun is at the top of the agenta too! With an exciting layout, the super track is just short of one mile in length. Featuring three bridges that cross over and above the circuit below, as well as, the same three bridges to navigate from beneath. Criss crossing the track at high speeds is an adrenaline rush too.
Attracting all experience levels of driving, the super track welcomes drivers of any skill level. There are some height and age restrictions in place here, these restrictions are purely for safety reasons and must be adhered to at all times. For example, to drive the stock karts on the super track, you would have to be aged 11 years or over and be 1.37 metres (54 inches) in height or over. Also, riding the Indy car comes with it’s own restrictions too. Unfortunately for the teenagers, you have to be aged over 16 years to ride an Indy kart on the super track, hold a valid driving licence and be over 1.37 metres (54 inches) tall. Also, children can ride as passengers in the double seated karts, but have to be aged under 11 years and accompanied by an adult. As well as, being 0.9 metres (38 inches) tall.