2710 Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown, NY 11756
DescriptionLazer Bounce Family Center is located at 2710 Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown. There is parkiing out front as well as a large parking lot behind the buildilng. Two-handicapped(van)- accessible spaces are located in the rear near the conrete ramp to the entrance. The front entrance is street-level, double doors. The rear entrance is a single door, followed by an automatic door.
There is ample space to navigate within. Carpet is on the floors. Each play area is separated from the others by a manned gate . There is an arcade and prize center, including a small "cafe." Tables and benches are near the cafe. Besides this, there is little, if any seating.
Multi-stall restrooms have large, handicapped stalls and wheelchair accessible sinks. Each restroom has a baby-changing station.
- Number of handicapped spaces: 2
Location of handicapped spaces: near concrete ramp to entrance
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Terrain: a bit uneven
Places to rest: none outside
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk in front, concrete ramp to rear entrance
Location of handicapped entrance: both front and rear entrances are accessible
Doors: street-level, double doors in front, single door then an automatic door in rear
Number of floors: 1
Ramps: ramp to rear entrance
Steps and staircases: none
Width of aisles: ample space to navigate
Places to sit: only real seating is near snack bar -
Location of restrooms: in hallway near party rooms
Type of restroom: multi-stall, with large, handicapped-stall and baby-changing station
Ease of entry and exit: ok
Baby changing station: yes
Available food services: small "cafe"
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant and efficient
Believe it or not, a meeting brought me to Lazer Bounce Family Center in Levittown. I found plenty of parking in the large, paved, parking lot in the rear. There are two handicapped (van)-accessible spaces close to the concrete ramp that leads to the single door entrance. There is a small entryway and then an automatic door. Once inside, I found myself in the midst of the “Arcade,” and prize center, which also houses a small “cafe.” Light and sound make for a lively area. If you come in through the front you will find a street-level, double door entrance. From this central area you can easily access the attractions – Bounce Arena, Ballocity Arena, Lazer Tag Arena, Mission Impossible and Highway 66 Bowling. There seems to be something for everyone, from toddler to adult. I was impressed that each “area” is separated from any other, and each has a gate and a staff member manning it. There was ample space to navigate throughout. It was far from crowded while was here. I do not have any idea of what it is like when it is crowded. I was told that they do limit the number of people allowed in each area at one time.
A downside seems to be a lack of seating for parents, grandparents, etc. who may want to keep an eye on their charges. The only real place to sit is at one of the tables near the cafe, but this does not allow for close watching. There are a few other places to have a seat.
Every staff member I interacted with was polite, curteous and pleasant!
Both the men’s and women’s restrooms are multi-stall, with large, handicapped-accessible stalls and wheelchair-accessible sinks. Each of them has a baby-changing station.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to visit a venue’s website, www.lazerbounce.com, when planning a visit, to know before you go,