SuperPark is a one-stop adventure destination, offering a wide range of activities to suit adults, teens and children of all ages.
Kids and adults of all ages are able to discover the world of PlayDate, which caters to adventure-seekers from 0 to 100 years, with a fully-equipped adventure park that is safe, supervised and geared towards smaller children as well as older kids, parents and grandparents. Tweens, teens and adults have the chance to unleash their inner escape artist with the help of HintHunt – a world-famous game that fuses high-quality Escape Games with themed room designs.
As the first of its kind in South Africa, SuperPark is a unique venue that showcases a world of adventure, all under one roof. Ideal for team building exercises, family outings, school holidays, weekends, birthday celebrations and any other occasion, this entertainment venue offers a range of affordable ticket options, including one and two-hour sessions and full day passes.
Highlights in SuperPark include the Freestyle Zone, which comprises of an obstacle course, Flying Fox Zip Line, Escape Games, extreme structures, 3D maze, Mini Maze (which helps improve coordination and gross motor skills), the Game Zone (which offers target practice and other fun), Nerf Wars, Mini Putt-Putt, F1 Simulators and more.
HintHunt offers four themed rooms, each with a nautical feel. Each room hosts up to six people per room for each game. There is also a control room, where staff direct games. A wide range of entertaining themes are offered, including Submarine – DeepDown (the mission: restart the engine of a sinking submarine and return to the surface) and Submarine – Torpedo (the mission: ready the torpedo and find out why the submarine has vanished from radar). Many of the games are designed for children of seven years and above if supervised by adults, and 15 years and up if unsupervised.
Also catering to older kids is the virtual reality room. In this version of the HintHunt game, four participants play the same game in the same room but as avatars instead of themselves. The addition of a one way mirror in the room means that people can watch the game from the outside without interfering in the game. This ensures that participants and audiences get to enjoy plenty of laughter, fun and excitement as the action unfolds in virtual reality.
In addition to the various games and activities on offer for various age groups, the park also houses a fully-equipped café that serves snacks and meals for kids and adults, along with a five metre bar and a projector screen for adults wanting to take a break and watch a game or two.