What do miniature golf, go-karts, kiddie rides, bumper boats, batting cages, arcade, and rock wall have in common? They’re all at Fun Fore All – the free-admission, year-round amusement park that has served Cranberry Township for more than 20 years. And now it’s expanding.
The park’s new attractions will be phased in over the next 3-5 years. At the meantime, Fun Fore All is implementing a new debit system that will make it easy for visitors to load more money onto their account. It will feature wrist bands with the guest’s funds coded into them.
“Fun Fore All is going electronic!” owner Chris Camp explained. “We are taking the lead from our customers who want easier ways to keep the fun going.”
Among the many new attractions: 15 more video games that will complement the ever-popular Fish Bowl Frenzy game, an upgrade to the miniature golf course, a spacious new party room, an improved food menu with healthy options, an expansive prize store, a rock climbing wall, and birthday party blowout packages ranging from $12.99 to $19.99 per guest.
Fun Fore All works hard to sustain the family-friendly atmosphere that Cranberry Township seeks for all its residents. “We are happy to be able to offer a unique family oriented destination to a community that thrives on positive family entertainment,” Camp noted. “Our product brings the community together in a fun and pleasant atmosphere.”
Approximately 40 people work at Fun Fore All during the off-season, growing to 70 during the busy summer months. Camp and his team of employees are involved in many aspects of Cranberry’s community life and maintain an active presence on popular social media including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Fun Fore All, at the corner of Rt. 19 and Progress Avenue, is open 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM from September through May, and from 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM during June, July and August.