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Go-Karts Toronto at Centennial Park (Etobicoke)

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Step on it!

According to my young co-pilot, I drove like a grandma on a Sunday outing. Since everybody was passing us on the track, I must admit he had a point, so I stepped on it. The place used to have a 2-km kiddie track but they’ve closed it. Instead, they have a .75 km recreational track where one has to be at least 54 inches tall or 10 years and older to drive alone. They also have double-riders where kids 4-9 year old can ride for free as a passenger. The place includes a 3,000-sq.-ft arcade. (They’ve opened a track especially for the members of the Canadian Karting league, who use more powerful karts.)

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After years of doing all kinds of outings with my children, I can assure you the secret to a perfect outing lies in the details, not the destination.


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