It would be disappointing if this place was JUST a beloved go kart racing venue. That's why they have mini-bowling, pool, ping-pong, a restaurant, a bar and a sports channel too. Kids and family are not alone in getting a great kick out of this. Team building events and business meetings happen just fine too. The 11 corner track can take 10 karts at once, at 50 miles an hour. It is fast and furious fun. And the staff is hyper-vigilant in keeping you safe.
Unser Karting & Events Travel Tips
- Wear closed toe shoes.
- Junior/Kid License: Required for first time races 6-18.
- Parents of Under 18s must complete a Minor Waiver.
- There may be height and weight restrictions.
- Training classes are available for kids.
Entrance Ticket Details For Unser Karting & Events
- Monday, all day: USD 15
- Tuesday-Friday: 1st Race $19, 2nd Race $15, 3rd Race & Up $12
- Saturday - Sunday: 1st Race $23, 2nd Race $19, 3rd Race & Up $12
- USD 15
- License: USD 49
- Wednesday Special: USD 12
Unser Karting & Events Hours
Saturday and sunday
- Junior Karting: 9am-11pm
- Adult Karting: 11am-10pm
How to Reach Unser Karting & Events
- Drive or take a taxi to here.
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Unser Karting & Events Reviews & Ratings
We had a company event here which was a great time, and we received wonderful customer service. Unfortunately, the caterer we selected through Unser accidentally left out one of our sides so when I told Becka, our event leader, she immediately informed her manager, Taylor, who gladly went above and beyond to take care of the issue right away. Becka was very kind, personable, and helpful the entire time outside of this hiccup as well.
I had a blast when I went. This is the first place I've been to that appropriately uses blue flags. The track layout is fun and easy to learn. If you have trouble getting fast times you can study the track map they give you with the preferred racing line, the braking points, and apex of turns. Not all karts are equal here. For example #40 had really tight steering; as opposed to #47 that had loose steering and took more than double the input to turn. I was pretty sore where my shoulder blades met the seat. The next morning I had pretty decent bruising across my back that is very sore. If you're skinny there will probably be some wiggle room in the seat even with everything tightened down. Wearing something with a little padding under the suit should help prevent getting beat up and bruised. Overall I had an awesome time. I'll definitely be heading back regularly. Just with a little more between me and the seat.
Love this place but it seems that they have forgotten this is a place for lap times. Flags mean nothing and races get waisted every time I go. They really need to keep up on the maintenance on the karts. I’ve been going for years and the karts always having something wrong with them. Worn no longer flat tires,steering is a mess, and brakes are horrible on at least one of the races
They require a picture ID to drive their cars on an inside track. Then they have your information permanently. Who knows what safeguards they have in place to protect your private information. I mean, why do you need a photo ID to ride a go-cart indoors? Makes no sense.
It was a lot of fun . And the carts go fast. But the track is small and there are very very few places to pass. I am 6 foot and 300 lbs so the carts are a little uncomfortable but they definitely go fast enough for the track.