Burlington Amusement Park is PEI’s largest go kart facility! The park features three tracks: Thunderbolt Grand Prix, the longest track east of Montreal; a unique Naskart racing oval; as well as the Junior Champions Raceway, PEI’s only Kiddy Karts. Other attractions include batting cages, bumper cars, bumper boats, and miniature golf.
We have many picnic tables within the property as well as a large shaded deck, and BBQs for rent, so pack and lunch and spend the day!
New in 2018
Race nights are now three nights a week! Join us on Sunday, Tuesday and Friday nights for unlimited go kart rides from 6pm to 10pm.
Admission and parking at Burlington Amusement Park is ALWAYS free. All of the attractions operate on a pay-as-you go basis, except on Unlimited Race Nights, where you can either buy a book of pay as you go tickets or purchase a bracelet for unlimited use of the go karts. Or, you can upgrade your bracelet for unlimited use of ALL the park attractions!
Group Rates Available
Burlington Amusement Park is a great destination for groups of all types. We are pleased to host team building outings, family reunions, wedding parties, safe grads, school groups and even ‘just because’ groups.
How do I get there?
From Charlottetown, follow Route 2 to Kensington. Turn right at the intersection onto Route 6 and immediately turn left onto Woodleigh Drive/Route 101 out of Kensington. Turn right onto Route 234. Burlington Amusement Park is located two kilometers on the right.
From Summerside, follow Route 2 to Kensington. Drive straight through intersection onto Route 6 and immediately turn left onto Woodleigh Drive/Route 101 out of Kensington. Turn right onto Route 234. Burlington Amusement Park is located two kilometers on the right.
|Address:||1077 Rte 234|
|Seasonal:||May 19 to September 23, 2018|