Zoom, Zoom: Best Gatlinburg Go Kart Attractions

Nothing beats a day having fun with your family, and what better to spend that time than racing around at one of the famous Gatlinburg go kart tracks? Here is a list of a few of the best places for go karts in Gatlinburg.

Speed Zone Fun Park

With some of the fastest go karts in Gatlinburg, Speed Zone Fun Park has an experienced staff of mechanics and small engine specialists keep the karts well maintained. There are eight tracks to speed through curves, up and down hills and race to a finish. A “kiddie track” allows little kids a chance to also test their skills. They have added laser tag, zip lines and an 18-hole mini golf course.

Lazerport Fun Center

Lazerport Fun Center offers three stories of Gatlinburg go karts, including a 50 foot spiral that twists and turns to the top before it plunges down a 40 foot hill into a tunnel. They also have a 6,500 square foot laser tag arena, an 18 hole indoor black light alien-themed mini golf course and more than 10,000 square feet of arcade.

NASCAR SpeedPark

Located in Sevierville, NASCAR SpeedPark has 24 attractions and rides that for a one day general admission price includes unlimited use of eight go kart tracks but does not include the Smoky Mountain Speedway, bumper boats, a three-story rock climbing wall, ten exciting rides and two 18 hole mini golf courses.

The Track

Features their Wild Woody, this Gatlinburg go kart track includes a three story wooden track that spirals, or you can use their classic track with overpasses. There are single and double-seater karts and Rookie Karts for the youngsters.

Adventure Raceway

One of the best prices for Gatlinburg go karts, Adventure Raceway offers single and double rider go karts and bumper boats for only $5.00 for each ride. You may be able to find coupons that will get you “buy one get one free.” Their wooden course features a spiral ramp going up, followed by a hill and then a spiral ramp going down.

Cooter’s Place

Located in downtown Gatlinburg, this go kart track is dedicated to the “Dukes of Hazzard” television show, and was founded by the show’s famous mechanic, “Cooter” Jones. The multi-level museum is filled with an indoor go kart track as well as costumes, props, pictures, The General Lee car, Daisy’s Jeep, Cooter’s tow truck, Rosco’s police car and other memorabilia. Upstairs is an 18-hole mini golf course resembling Hazzard County.