Charlie's Safari

3.633 Votes
  • Address: 1401 Marvin Rd NE #201, Lacey, WA 98516, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-3602921600
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Entertainment, Family And Kids

Charlie's Safari is an indoor amusement center and one of the best places to visit with kids in Lacey, USA. There are numerous inflatables here on which kids can jump to their heart’s content. The equipment is well-maintained and totally safe for them. The recreation facility also features laser tag which can be enjoyed by all ages. There is also a cafeteria in the facility which serves lip-smacking finger food and many beverages. The staff here is friendly and courteous. They take extra effort to make your kids experience at the facility to be memorable. Visit this place along with your kids to see their face lit up with delight.  

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  • Buses 62A, 62B to stop - Martin Way at Marvin [wb]

  • Charlie's Safari Address: 1401 Marvin Rd NE #201, Lacey, WA 98516, USA, United States
  • Charlie's Safari Contact Number: +1-3602921600
  • Time required to visit Charlie's Safari: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Lacey include Charlie's Safari in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Charlie's Safari visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Charlie's Safari

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

People normally also visit Hawk's Prairie Casino while planning their trip to Charlie's Safari.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Charlie's Safari Reviews & Ratings

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  • I have taken my daughter here during the week a couple times with her friend and it was not too busy. Can’t beat seven dollars for the admission. However with the play area being five stories high in areas you can’t see through you often cannot find your child. They put a stamp on your hand and your child that supposed to be matching and they do not check it when you leave the facility. We went there today on a Saturday and it was pure chaos. At one point I could not find my child and was running around screaming like a maniac with my heart pounding. Adults are also running around through this maze and who knows what could happen to your kid in a non-see-through tunnel? Somebody could walk out the front or back exit with your kid!!! Nobody is watching the exits. The food took one hour and four minutes after I reminded them two times. The guy who I’m assuming is the only person back there cooking came out and asked me if I wanted bacon or anything on my potato skins? I said will being that on the menu they come with cheese, bacon and chives yes I would like it. They came out with cheese and bacon, no chives! My sister ordered before me and after checking 30 minutes later was informed her food would be out and then the person who is doing the cooking came out and told her they were out of the boneless wings she ordered. How did the people taking the order not know this?! After a hour total wait her food came out and she got supreme nachos instead of boneless wings. They were cold. Her pretzel she ordered was hard as a rock and she had him redo it and it took him four tries. Then she was informed they were out of the dipping cheese. I also ordered a Cabernet Sauvignon And the girl behind the counter said what is that? I said it’s a wine. She said is it red or white? She said I don’t know anything about alcohol. I’m sorry but if you’re working in a place that serves it you should know what is on your menu. Also do NOT refrigerate red wine!! We won’t be going back. It’s too much of a risk of having your child kidnapped or hurt! Shouldn’t have a bunch of people who seem like they’re under the age of 20 working by themselves in an establishment like this where children’s safety is at risk.

  • We just love it here. The employee with the red hair (girl) working today is outstanding with her customer service. Everything is very clean! Kids had a blast. I’m sad that they went down to 2 bouncy houses but we still love it here! Great value 😊 (Also, they offer a military discount! Awesome)

  • The set up is cute. I don't like that they serve alcohol or that the person who is supposed to check the hand stamps gets distracted and a child could walk right out or be taken out by someone else. With it being a jungle gym you need to be watching very carefully to be able to watch your kids and some better security measures would be very helpful.

  • Not overly safe in terms of security. Potential for kids to be kidnapped or leave without a parent. Like the Stamp system at chuckecheese is more secure than their system. But the place itself is incredible. Super cheap and tons of fun for the kids and the staff is pretty lenient and helpful. Pizza was burnt this time but usually not that bad.

  • My Son has a blast here! He's only 2 and manages to thoroughly enjoy both the bouncy houses and the discovery zone-ish play house area! Worth the $7 (or $3 on Tuesdays) Great place!

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