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Rinky Dink Family Fun Center, Medina

#8 of 13 in Things to do in Medina
Mini Golf · Entertainment Center
Rinky Dink Family Fun Center has Medina County's two favorite mini golf courses, batting cages, go karts, bumper boats, inflatable fun,3 level playground, a video arcade and a snack bar. Fun for the family, a church group or company picnic, we offer lots of different packages for every budget. Visit our website for more information and specials!
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  • Took the grandchildren for a day . They really enjoyed themselves. Especially on the Water boat ride they attacked grandpa with the water guns. Go karts were also a hit Miniature golf was fun for....  more »
  • We've enjoyed many visits to Rinky Dink for mini-golf, batting cages, go-cart racing, bumper boats with squirt guns, and more. They are priced for families and offer package deals too. The line for....  more »
  • I took my mom and toddler here. They had a blast. The bumper boats were a lot of fun, as was the indoor climbing and bounce house. The arcade games were a fun relief from the heat outside, and loved getting the tickets from games played.
  • Last year I would have given this place 3.5 stars. 2 years ago, 4 stars. However...Close to 50% of arcade is non-functional (with hand written out of order signs). Extremely untidy - not as dirty as "puke-a-zone" on route 18 (which has long been closed now and rightfully so). But you would definitely want to bring a bottle of Purell here. Most of the staff is reasonably pleasant. There is a particular staff member though, that loves to be a stickler for rules (where it is easy for her anyways) and prevent a 61 inch tall kid from going in a 60 inch limit bounce house...on a Monday night. When place is empty. And claim "its for safety". Now, this same staff member never goes out of their way to greet, or otherwise be pleasant with customers. This individual should work in the go cart area, where there is little enforcement of rules, which would be where it matters (and where I promise you, come on a Saturday night - you will be shocked at what it takes to get kicked out, and you WILL see someone get kicked out).

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