Laser tag is fun way to stay active no matter the weather. With these local spots, you get the whole experience – large spaces, interesting settings, crazy special effects, and of course some family-friendly competition. Because of the nature of laser tag, most venues do not recommend laser tag for kids under 6.
LaserPort of Beaverton. 5000 square foot laser tag arena in a futuristic setting with fog, glowing pillars, black lights, and more. Also arcade games.
Where: 6540 SW Fallbrook Place, Beaverton
Hours: Daily from 11 AM until late
Cost: $7/games, discounts for multiple games
Ages: No age or height requirement, but child must be able to lift a 6 pound pack (usually difficult for children under 6).
Phone: 503 526 9501
Lazer Planet. Planet-themed laser tag and arcade games.
Where: 340 NW Burnside, Gresham
Hours: Daily, various times
Cost: $8/one game; $15/two games; $20/three games
Ages: No age/height limit specified
Phone: 503 512 7735
UltraZone. 5000 square foot arena built on two levels with special effects including movable walls, glowing rocks, mazes, and more.
Where: Holy Farm Shopping Center, 16074 SE McLaughlin Blvd, Milwaukie
Hours: Various hours Tuesday through Sunday (every day in summer)
Cost: $7.50 for one game, $20 for 3
Ages: Ages 7 and up. Children ages 5 and 6 can play if accompanied by an adult.
Phone: 503 652 1122
Laser Tag at Wilsonville Family Fun Center.
Where: 29111 SW Town Center Loop W., Wilsonville
Hours: Daily, various times.
Cost: $7.25 per game
Ages: Must be 44 inches or taller
Phone: 503 685 5000
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