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Why Other Birthday Parties in South Jersey Just Don’t Compare

 

When it comes to planning your child’s birthday parties, you’re very lucky to have so many unique and fun options to choose from.  Places like Chuck-E-Cheese’s and miniature golf are always fun, and amusement parks and house parties get rave reviews but nothing really compares to having a birthday party at Speed Raceway!  Below is a list of ideas for birthday parties in South Jersey and why we think they just don’t match up to go kart racing!

Want to Know Why Go Kart Racing Is So Great?

 

Background

Go karts are simply a smaller version of the professional racing cars, such as those used in Formula One and Indy Car Racing. They race on similar but smaller tracks. They were first created in California in 1950s by Art Ingels.

Going Pro In Go Kart Racing

 

If you’re a racing enthusiast and hope to succeed in the sport sometime in the near future, follow these tips and you just might get there!

Here Are Our Favorite Extreme Events, Including Go Kart Racing

 

Everyone loves to try something new and crazy from time to time. When you're a teenager growing up, you want to be daring and push your limits. Sometimes this can get you in trouble, but with an extreme sport, you can usually have fun and get a nice adrenaline rush without breaking the law. I've always been a big fan of trying new extreme adventures, so let me share a few of my favorites I've enjoyed over the years!

My Bachelor Party Will Include Go Kart Racing and Whiskey Sipping

 

I have gotten to the age where it seems like all of my friends are getting married. Well, that isn’t quite true yet, as I have only been to one of their weddings, but they are all getting engaged. I have been to my first bachelor party, and it was pretty great. It was in D.C. and extremely low-key. To me, it was almost perfect. But it got me thinking about what my perfect day would be. There would have to be food, and lots of it. There would be go kart racing, and there would be sports and beer of course…

Planning any Birthday Parties in South Jersey? Try Go Kart Racing!

 


Planning a birthday party can be hard work. Unless you want to shell out a lot for a party, you may need to put some thought planning a party that is both awesome
and affordable. Luckily, the South Jersey area has lots of options for fun events for kids. Read below for some of my favorite ideas for affordable and yet totally enjoyable ways to throw your children the best birthday parties in South Jersey.

  • SHHHH, the Previews Are Starting!

There is almost nothing better than eating some birthday cake and immediately running and jumping into the pool. Unfortunately, it is winter, and there is way too much snow on the ground. So what is just as fun as a pool party and way less dangerous? A movie party is the way to go. Sure, we all have sleepovers and watch tons of movies, but this is way different. There is something magical about being in a theater and watching the lights darken and the previews start. Now, depending on the age of your little ones, finding a movie that appeals to them and you could be difficult, but that is a big part of child parties anyway. My advice is to go see a Pixar movie if the opportunity presents. Almost everything they do is an instant classic.


5 Best Mobile Apps for Planning Birthday Parties in South Jersey

 

Can we all agree that planning a birthday party for children is way more work than it should be? Despite the fact that kids are small, it takes a lot of effort to put together a great party. Perhaps it’s the fact that children are very sensitive, and so it is important to have a birthday party for them each year. Your children have to go to their friends’ parties because otherwise they won’t go to your kid’s parties. It may seem like you and your children are constantly going to kid birthday parties, and the typical ideas can get worn out quite quickly. So if you want to actually make your kid’s party fun, you have to put in a lot of work, right? Wrong. The digital age offers us a few advantages that make planning a party much easier. Read on to see our list of the best smartphone apps to make the entire process much more enjoyable, so you can actually enjoy some go kart racing at Speed Raceway when big day rolls around.

Speed Raceway Is the East Coast King of Go Kart Racing

 

Go kart racing has been around for many years now. In the early years, Soap Box Derby’s are the first and still the simplest form of go kart racing, which rely only on gravity to make the vehicle move. But as the years passed, the go karts have improved and evolved.

How to Throw a Great Party for Your Buddies: Take Them Go Kart Racing

 

How many of you have been to a party thrown by one of your friends where no one was having any fun? How many of you have been to more than one of these? How many times have you been at one of these parties and thought to yourself, “I could have easily thrown a better get-together than this.” I know I have been in that position tons of times. I have watched my friends get older. Some now even have kids. The sad truth is they are now going to use their subpar fiesta skills to throw parties for their children. I could idly sit by and watch them make mistakes when throwing parties for us, but I cannot watch them go on to ruin their children with a lifetime of disappointing birthdays. Luckily for me, I am now in a position to be able to save other people from making the same mistakes that many of my friends have made because I can tell you the very easy steps to throwing a great party, and I can clue you in to what private party location will blow your friend’s minds. Personally, I prefer taking my friends go kart racing, but there are plenty of other activities that your friends will probably enjoy.

Go Kart Racing Makes for a Sick Birthday Party

 

The best birthday I ever had was this year. I had nothing planned. I didn’t think I was going to do anything special. I didn’t think anyone realized. I remember being disappointed the week leading up to it. For the first time in many years, my birthday was on a Friday. For the past few years it has bounced around midweek days.  Maybe there was a Sunday somewhere in there, but the point is people either had to work or go to school the next day. There wasn’t a whole lot of room to party. This year, however, it could be different. This year, I thought, everyone is going to want to celebrate by doing something fun.

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