CARTHAGE, Missouri — A unique family entertainment center will soon open in Carthage.
Officials built what they called the “G3 Family Entertainment Center” on Friday (10/28).
The state-of-the-art 36,000-square-foot facility will be built in phases in Myers Park on Garrison Avenue and Airport Drive.
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There will also be a 24-lane bowling alley, miniature golf, a ninja tag arena, an indoor playground, conference rooms and restaurants.
“There is nothing like this in the region, so we are very lucky to bring something this unique and dynamic to Carthage. This is something our community has wanted for a very long time. And it’s truly amazing to be able to work with this family to make this happen and we’re so lucky to have it here at Carthage,” said the Carthage Chamber of Commerce. Director of Commerce, Julie Reems.
Local business owners and longtime Carthage residents Tom and Cindy Garrison will run the facility.
They hope the first phase will be ready in time for next year’s Maple Leaf Festival.