More Fun in Virginia

by Elizabeth Ringas

Credit: Elizabeth Ringas

Opportunities for fun are growing in Virginia. On Thursday, September 3rd, Fun Land of Fairfax opened with limited operation due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The new location, located at 5111 Westfields Blvd. in Centreville, will currently operate most of their electronic games as social distancing allows. Games include popular video games like Halo and Mario Kart as well as ticket redemption games.

Tailgaters Sports Cafe offers visitors a sports bar environment to relax and catch up on the latest sports happenings with plenty of big screens. The menu features a variety of hot foods including wings, pizza, chicken, and burgers that far exceed your typical amusement park quality and selection of toppings.

Credit: Elizabeth Ringas

A cheeseburger with fries runs about $15.99 with extras like bacon and avocado available. The writer particular enjoyed the addition of sautéed onions at no extra charge. Sports bar extras are available like cheese curds, cheese sticks, and a generous selection of beers on tap.

Once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, patrons will enjoy indoor go-carting, a ropes course, and a clip-and-climb structure as well as a few VR experiences. The facility also offers party and conference rooms accommodating up to a gathering of 75 people once COVID-19 restrictions remove occupancy restrictions.

Although the new location does not offer a roller coaster ride, we are excited to offer new fun in the area and the expansion of a locally owned Virginia amusement company.

Credit: Elizabeth Ringas