Makutu’s Island

Bring your children on a trip to a land of fantasy and adventure: Makutu’s Island! The “Island” is a tropical-themed indoor playground—one of the largest indoor play places in all of the United States. The place is fun for the whole family—well, except for teenagers.

The centerpiece of the play area is the giant Banana Tree, which is filled with tunnels and slides (including one humungous 35-foot high slide!), and connects with the other three main play areas (The Cove, Palm Climb, and the Fantasy Tree) via a rope bridge. Your kids will also have a blast exploring the tunnels, going on the climbing net and zip line, and for the daring, there’s Captain Max’s Bungee Jump, which is sure to give your children a thrill, as they fly up to a bird’s-eye view of the “Island”.

The older kids will likely be attracted to The Inferno, a volcano full of video games which will keep them occupied, and for the littler ones there’s the toddler area, where you can keep an eye on your tots as they play in an area more suited to them.

After all that running around, your kids will want something to eat (and you might too!), so stop by Kiki’s Café and enjoy  a snack, or sit down to pizza, fries, quesadillas, salads, and more.

After you’ve all refueled, go to the Jungle Jamboree Theatre for storytelling, crafts, music, dancing, and educational endeavors.

Admission is $12.99 per child, with free admission for one accompanying adult per child.

For more information, check out the official website at


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