I remember when we were kids there was a go-kart track on Route 37 in Toms River and every so often we would make the short trip from Southern Ocean County and spend an afternoon racing at the track and it was fantastic. Talk about fun! it was a simple oval track but it was big and the go-karts were fast so we loved every minute. We weren’t supposed to run each other off the track, but somehow we always managed to have a few “incidents” as we went for the checkered flag.
Recently we took listeners for a day at the new Mainland Adventure Park in Manahawkin, they have a fantastic go-kart track and if you are into go-karts you must race their track. Their track has cool new cars and a track that has plenty of twists and turns.
Our article today is all about a new track coming to the Garden State that will not only be the largest go-kart track in New Jersey, not only the largest go-kart track in America but the largest go-kart track in the world!
According to an article by Only In Your State, the world’s largest ever go-kart track is coming to New Jersey. The new track will be located in Middlesex County. The new go-kart track is going to be located in Edison, so not a bad ride for us here in Ocean, Burlington, and Monmouth Counties.
“Supercharged Entertainment is opening the biggest go-kart track in the world this fall.” According to the article Supercharged Entertainment is hoping to have the Route 1 entertainment center open sometime in November, so it’s right around the corner.
In addition to the go-kart track, there will be a restaurant, ax throwing, and a full arcade for families to enjoy.
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