The world’s largest indoor go-kart track is coming to Edison NJ

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! (Well, almost.) A new entertainment complex is being built along Route 1 south in Edison, NJ, next to Topgolf. It should open this fall. And they boldly claim that it will include the largest indoor kart track in the world.

Supercharged Entertainment already operates a similar 80,000 square foot facility in Wrentham, Massachusetts. On social media, the company announces that its new NJ multi-level go-kart track will be “28% bigger” with 10 elevation changes and enough space for 4-level racing.

We can glean some insight into how New Jersey go-karts can work, based on the Supercharged New England website:
—A single ride costs $26.99, with discounts available for multiple packages.
—Minimum ride height is 58 inches (4 feet, 10 inches).
—Watching safety videos (available online), helmet (available to borrow) and headgear (available to purchase) are required.
—Supercharged leagues are available for all skill levels, with three races per week for six weeks.

In addition to the racetrack, Supercharged Edison promises to feature “deluxe ax throws” and “bionic bumper cars.” A two-story Drop & Twist tower will provide additional thrills. An arcade is planned with over 140 games, prize redemption and virtual reality. A Burgers & Brews restaurant will also be part of the complex.

Looks like a great new central Jersey hotspot for family fun for all ages. I can’t wait to try it. The exact date for the grand opening has yet to be announced.

PLUS: Supercharged Entertainment

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