The most epic go-cart facility is finally opening, and that magical day is today.
Niagara Falls’ real-life Mario Kart track was set to open June 1, but Clifton Hill Niagara has announced it is opening early.
— Clifton Hill Niagara (@cliftonhillfun) May 24, 2018
As of 5 pm on May 24, go cart enthusiasts can hit the much anticipated track.
The new track is not only the largest elevated go-cart track facility in North America but also the first of its kind in Canada, making this a must-try activity for all Torontonians.
Boasting a 40-foot elevated spiral track that drops down an undulated ramp into a race course, driving on the Niagara Speedway will make you feel like you’re cruising on a real-life Mario Kart track.
“Niagara Speedway is a marriage of traditional go-karts with the added fun & excitement of an elevated coaster styled track,” states their website.
“Test your driving skills along the straight away, negotiate the hair -pin turns and climb the elevated ramp as you head for the checkered flag!”
And how much will it cost you to experience this epic Mario Kart race?
Tickets will cost drivers $12.00 (Per 5 minute race), and passengers will cost $4.00 (per 5 minute race).
There are restrictions as well.
Drivers must have a minimum height of 58″ and maximum height 78″. As for passengers, the minimum height is 40″ and maximum height 60″.
And to carry a passenger, the driver must be a minimum of 18 years of age, or the parent or legal guardian of the passenger.
Get ready for the ride of a lifetime!
Where: 4960 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, ON
When: May 24 at 5 pm