Zoomers Family Amusement Park

17455 Summerlin Road, Fort Myers, FL 33908
Phone: 239.481.9666

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Zoomers Family Amusement Park

Location: In Fort Myers, see map below.

Profile: Amusement Attraction

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Description


Zoomers Family Amusement Park is an 18-acre facility with a little something for the whole family. Featured are two Go-Kart tracks, one standard for anyone over 56" tall and the other, a Slick Track, for adults with a driver's license. They also have bumper boats, 18-hole miniature golf, mini-bowling and concessions. Kiddie rides (minimum height 36") include Pirate Ship, Frog Hopper, Chair Swing, Mini-Toot Train, Under the Sea and Gorilla Show; family rides (minimum height 48") include a roller coaster and tilt-o-whirl. Their large arcade includes video games, redemption games and prize center. Games and rides are priced individually, but paid for using a debit card system. You can load a playing card at the start, then reload your card if you'd like. Party packages are available.

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Area Information


Fort Myers
Fort Myers, also known as the City of Palms, is the historical heart of Southwest Florida. Visitors to the Fort Myers area will enjoy family attractions, golf, boating, shopping and dining. Fort Myers is the home of the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford Winter Estates , built in the late 1800's and early 1900's; tours of these estates and gardens are a top attraction in Fort Myers. During March, visitors come to see the Boston Red Sox and the Minnesota Twins spring training. For more information, please see our Fort Myers Travel Guide.



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