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We are a 100% mobile operation which means we come to you. Your place not going to work? No worries! Check out these other options. We've compiled a list of locations that will let you use their facility for an additional fee.
Parks are a great option for your Laser Tag event because it gets your gamers outside and into their community. Most park authorities will allow you to have your event in their local parks, just give them a call and see what they require to book your battle.
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Seattle Children's Museum sports 22,000 sqft. of exhibits built for play that explores science, art and culture through everyday environments from around the world. From the forests of the Pacific northwest to a room filled with build-your-own fort blocks this is by far the most dynamic and interactive Laser Tag Arena in the State. SCM is available after normal operating hours every day for private party rentals, drop in play, camps and other special events.
This is our most rustic Hybrid Indoor/Outdoor location that will make Laser Tag Live one of the coolest things you have ever done. This location is a decommissioned dairy that has been renovated into to a large multi-purpose complex. From a huge red barn to large grain silos with large farm equipment everywhere you will really feel like you are in your favorite FPS game.
The TVPC is an active working church within the Mountlake Terrace community that has offered its space up for laser tagging in their off time. With an excellent indoor space with plenty of windows to view the action outside to the perfect grounds for some great laser tag there is something for everyone at this place not to far from Seattle.
The beach is an ideal location for gatherings. Amenities include a nearby picnic area with grills, a children's play area, basketball courts, a swimming raft and lifeguards on duty in the summer. Restrooms and phones are available nearby.
Ravenna Park is a ½ mile wooded ravine which connects two picnic areas just north of the University District, and is a popular spot for hiking, jogging and picnics. Park features include a play area for children, a wading pool, ballfield, trails, and tennis courts.
Woodland Park is an exciting, multipurpose park and recreation space just southwest of Green Lake and north of the Fremont district. It is separated into two parts by Aurora Avenue. The side west of Aurora is largely occupied by the Woodland Park Zoo, but also includes some picnic space, a formal rose garden, a few open spaces, and a play area for children. East of Aurora, just south of Green Lake Park, the park is an ideal spot for picnics with reservable picnic areas, barbecues, woods, pleasant grassy hills and pathways.
Beaver Lake Park is 83 acres with parking lots located in the north and west with a large forested section and trails located in the middle. The north side of the park offers a quiet atmosphere, access to Beaver Lake, two rental facilities, open grass areas and a large meadow. Restrooms are located on the west end of the Lodge.The west side of Beaver Lake Park offers three sports fields, a playground, picnic shelter, off-leash dog park and restrooms.
This 19 acre wooded park is located along the shores of Pine Lake and boosts beautiful views, as well as lots of amenities. With recreational opportunities for everyone, Pine Lake Park is one of Sammamish's most popular parks.
This recently restored log cabin was originally built in 1935 by the Works Progress Administration and served as a Boy Scout Camp for many years. Camp Yeomalt Cabin is approximately 30′ x 40′ and has a large double fireplace and a small performance stage. The cabin has electric lighting and electric outlets and several benches. Bathrooms are located in the adjacent Camp Yeomalt Classroom, with access from the outside of the building. Bathrooms and cabin are ADA accessible.
This 41-acre park is Bothell’s largest, and is the former site of the city’s brick factory. Located above the Sammamish River across from downtown Bothell, it is just down Riverside Drive from Sammamish River Park and across the river from the Park at Bothell Landing. This park has a nice playground and some beautiful groves of cedar trees, but it’s most notable as an access point for several of the area’s main regional trails.