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Meet Your Friends for Go-Karting Around Lone Tree

If you have a need for speed, bring out your inner racecar driver during some go-karting around Lone Tree. You can race your friends around the track, and the courses are sure to challenge drivers of all abilities. The best places for go-karting near our Lone Tree apartments include:

Unser Karting and Events

At Unser Karting and Events, you’ll enjoy a world-class go-karting experience. It boasts top-of-the-line karts, a professionally designed course, and accurate lap timing. The second floor features an indoor track that’s wider, longer, and faster. Drivers find some challenging corners and each lap averages just over 30 seconds. Adults can enjoy arrive-and-drive racing. Weekdays offer seven-minute races before 5:00 p.m. and five-minute ones between 5:00 p.m. and close.  On the weekends, enjoy five-minute races all day.

Action Karting

You’ll find Action Karting on the grounds of the famous Bandimere Speedway. The outdoor track is about 3/4 of a mile. It features 17 turns, and drivers can reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. As many as 12 drivers can race at one time. All abilities are welcome, and each session offers 12 minutes of fast-paced fun. Action Karting is open year-round, weather permitting.

K1 Speed

Founded in 2003, K1 Speed boasts that it brings karting into the 21st century. Its challenging indoor track means you never have to worry about the weather. Drivers race in all-electric karts that can reach speeds of 45 mph in a matter of seconds. The karts offer superior performance and provide a racing experience unlike any other. K1 is a fun place to celebrate birthdays and other occasions, and you can race your friends seven days a week.

After enjoying some go-karting around Lone Tree, grab some mouthwatering ribs from a nearby restaurant. When you’re ready to call Retreat at Park Meadows home, please contact us. We’ll gladly offer a tour where you can see our apartments in Lone Tree firsthand.

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