Kids Paradise

A young and old kid may have different ideas of a paradise—but Kid's Paradise is bound to please them both. Younger kids can roam free in a kingdom filled with colorful slides, moon bounces, ball pit, and mazes filled with safe, padded obstacles. For older siblings, an arcade zone hosts everything from classic arcade-style racing games and a ticket counter with a variety of prizes and a full Ninja Obstacles Course with 12 obstacles including a warped wall. Of course, Kid's Paradise hasn't forgotten parents: they can relax on massage chairs, challenge themselves on Ninja Obstacles, play pool, and make the task of monitoring kids a breeze thanks to generous sight lines to the play area.  A fully trained staff to help with supervision, and a lounge with plenty of refreshments and free Wi-Fi. We also have a cafeteria with snacks, candy, soda, and more. Be sure to check out our fun group and party packages!
Contact Info
Address: 5050 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross, GA 30093. Gwinnet County.
Tel: 404-723-0547.
Hrs: Vary.
Book your next field trip, fundraiser, or party with Kids Paradise! You can reserve one of our four themed party rooms, unlimited playtime, pizza, and more. We focus on providing a safe and enjoyable space for your group to have fun.
Contact Info
Phone: 404-723-0547.
Supports Classroom Learning In: Physical Education.
Topics Covered: arcade, climbing, fitness, indoor fun.
Trip Info
Grade Level: PreK-High School.
Group Size: Varies.
Program Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Activities.
Recomm. Length of Visit: 1-1.5 hours.
Registration: Online.
Food Options: Available for purchase.
Cost: Fee.

Lesson Plan To Enrich This Class Trip

Indoor Amusement Lesson Plan

Indoor Amusement Centers offer many games and sports activities that are played in a group. Students participate in activities to learn about the members of their team and how to work together in order to be successful. Discuss the importance of teamwork or “playing the game.” In what other situations might you need these skills? Is it important to play by the rules? Why or why not?... Continue