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The Country's Largest Go-Kart Track Just Opened in Connecticut

Why you and your crew need to make the trip to NASKART's 110,000 square feet of fun


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Do you have aspiring speed demons in your home? They can get their fix at NASKART, the world's largest indoor, multi-level go-kart race track in Montville, CT. With max speeds of 45 miles per hour, these electric karts are both eco-friendly, emission-free and thrilling to drive.

If you're worried about your little ones getting behind the wheel, take them to one of the special weekly training sessions for Junior Racers. 

Racing heats are up to 2.5 miles, and $19.95. Kids between ages seven and 15 must be at least 48 inches tall. Racers ages 15 and above must bring a valid photo ID as proof of age. All racers need a NASKART membership before hitting the track, which will cost you $7 annually. Membership includes scoring, email offers, free helmets and more.
 

There's also an 8,000 square foot trampoline park with all the bells and whistles, including dodgeball, airgags, a foam pit and basketball nets. Admission is $8 for a half hour or $14 for a full hour. You can even grab a pair of reusable friction socks for $4. 

There's also the Fuel Up Café and a full-service sports bar where you can grab a brew or a bite.

 

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