Supercharged Entertainment opens world’s largest indoor multi-level karting track

Yoshiko Yap

The world’s largest indoor multi-level karting track and premier entertainment venue from Supercharged Entertainment recently opened in Edison, New Jersey.

Supercharged Entertainment Edison
Photos courtesy of Supercharged Entertainment Edison

By Jon Self

The first Supercharged Entertainment location opened in June 2019 in Wrentham, Mass, a complex that proved very popular – especially on weekends when New England Patriots or New England Revolution games were taking place at nearby Gillette Stadium.

With the new 131,000-square-foot entertainment experience in New Jersey, the three-year vision of President and CEO Stephen and Sandra Sangermano to bring the world’s most spectacular, thrilling, fun-filled karting and entertainment destination to New Jersey and the tri-state area is complete.

“Sandi and I are thrilled to open what we believe is New Jersey’s and the world’s best, all-in-one karting and entertainment venue,” said Stephen Sangermano. “Supercharged Entertainment Edison has something for everyone – couples, families, kids, groups, and companies. We’re beyond excited to show all of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania the exhilarating and insane fun our Edison location has to offer.”

What does Supercharged Entertainment Edison have to offer?

Indoor karting track complexes have become more prevalent in recent years, but Supercharged Entertainment Edison is the world’s largest, multi-level, temperature-controlled Karting Track, including two distinctively devised tracks that, when combined, form one large 80,000-square-foot Supertrack.

Supercharged Entertainment Edison - Karting

The 18-horsepower all-electric karts produce zero emissions, which creates a more enjoyable and environmentally friendly experience overall. Drivers must be at least 4’10” tall (58” or 1.5m), and all participants must sign a waiver to participate.

If karting is not your thing, Supercharged Entertainment Edison offers many other experiences:

Supercharged Entertainment Edison - Axe Throwing
Supercharged Entertainment Edison - Arcade
  • Two-Story Gaming Area – The center’s arcade features nearly 160 games, including virtual reality-style games like “The Big Ride” and “King Kong Skull Island.” Like most arcades, an expansive prize center allows guests to earn prizes.
  • 19 Luxury Axe Throwing Lanes – This axe-throwing experience uses interactive projection targets and competitive games to enhance the challenge. Participants must be at least ten years of age, and a legal adult must accompany those under 15; all participants must sign a waiver.
  • Drop & Twist Tower – Offers a thrilling two-story attraction that spins, drops, and passes through all floors – and riders who can keep their eyes open will be rewarded with a unique view of the center.
  • Bionic Bumper Cars – The center’s arena provides a high-quality indoor bumper car experience, which Supercharged Entertainment Edison boasts as the “the best and most spacious indoor bumper car experience possible.”
Supercharged Entertainment Edison - Drop Tower
Supercharged Entertainment Edison - Bumper Cars

Supercharged Entertainment Edison also includes Burgers & Brews, a full-service restaurant serving unique burgers, fresh-cut fries, and “insane” milkshake mugs. In addition, Supercharged Entertainment Edison offers two full-service bars featuring over 30 beers on tap, cocktails, and specialty bar beverages, all in a sports bar setting with big screens.

Supercharged Entertainment Edison - Burger

Supercharged Entertainment Edison is open seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday to Thursday, and from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday (click here for holiday hours). Pricing varies by activity.

Click here for more information.

Have you visited the Wrentham location before? What do you think of this new complex? Please let us know in the comments below.


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