Karting Miami at Dezerland Park Opens; First Indoor, Air Conditioned, Electric Go Kart Track in South Florida

Karting Miami at Dezerland Park in N. Miami Features Fully Immersive Indoor High-Speed Racing on State of the Art 80,000 Square Foot Track with Open Wheeled Electric Go Karts, Bumper Cars, Racing Simulators & More

NORTH MIAMI, Fla. - July 11, 2019 - PRLog -- Just in time for the hottest months of summer, Dezerland Park - Miami's Karting Miami - is now open. Karting Miami is the first indoor electric go kart track in South Florida, and is the latest addition to Dezerland Park, North Miami's ever-expanding indoor entertainment experience. Karting Miami offers the latest in cutting edge electric racing technology on two thrilling tracks (Adult and Junior) totaling over 80,000 square feet. Karting Miami is also the first air conditioned, indoor, electric go kart track in South Florida and features open-wheeled go karts powered exclusively by lithium ion batteries.

Karting Miami is located on the campus of Dezerland Park Miami at 14401 NE 19th Ave, North Miami, FL 33181. Hours of operation are Sunday - Thursday, 10am to 10pm; Friday and Saturday, 10am to 12am. Tickets are currently available online at https://dezerlandpark.com/attractions/kartingmiami/ or available for purchase on-site. Single race tickets start at $15 or $20 – depending on the track. Visit the website for height restrictions, dress requirements and waiver details.

Karting Miami's state-of-the-art karts produce zero emissions, which prevents the indoor facility from being polluted with hazardous fumes like their gas-powered counterparts. Karting Miami provides a fully immersive European racing experience with music, HD video and LED lighting that is unlike anything currently offered South Florida.

Karting Miami features the all new EcoVolt NG+ from BIZ Karts, updated for 2019 from the EcoVolt NG to be fully electric and more technologically advanced. The fleet is comprised of 21 adult-sized go karts, reaching breathtaking speeds, and six EcoVolt Junior karts. The facility encompasses 80,000 square feet of track, making it the longest in South Florida, and will offer a Super Track, Adult Track, and Junior Track for younger, smaller drivers. Karting Miami also features bumper cars, racing simulators, and a mini arcade game room. The space offers three party rooms for events of all sizes and a full-service restaurant offering a full bar and seating area with views of the track will be opening soon.

Karting Miami is expected to become a centerpiece for Dezerland Park, but is only the first of many more additions planned for the park's expansion. Indoor skydiving, paintball and a zip line experience are all scheduled to open this year, and updates to Dezerland Park's current offerings are currently underway. For more information on all of Dezerland Park's offerings visit www.DezerlandPark.com.

Pictures and video of Karting Miami available here:
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About Dezerland Park
Dezerland Park Miami is now the largest indoor theme park in Miami. The park offers 250,000 square feet of fun, games, events and activities. Designed as a hybrid community and entertainment center, North Miami-based Dezerland Park Miami features an ever-expanding array of experiences to choose from. Guests of all ages can race, fly, jump, climb, eat and celebrate – all in one place. Locals will also have the opportunity to learn, dance and exercise thanks to the addition of unique classes, educational, after school and summer programs. Learn more at www.DezerlandPark.com.

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