Mississauga’s Playdium location set to close for good
We have some bad news for gamers who are still mourning the loss of Laser Quest.
On Oct. 13, Playdium Park took to social media to announce that Mississauga’s only Playdium location, located on Rathburn Rd. near Square One, is closing down for good.
The facility, which was recently forced to suspend all indoor activities due to renewed COVID-19-related restrictions, will be closing on Nov. 1, 2020.
Dear Customers, we regret to inform you that we will be permanently closing as of November 1, 2020. Visit us before that for a final lap on the Go-Kart track or final swing in the Batting Cages. Thank you for making Playdium Park part of your family fun. pic.twitter.com/FOgL1OjxIQ— PLAYDIUM PARK (@PlaydiumPark) October 13, 2020
“Dear Customers, we regret to inform you that we will be permanently closing as of November 1, 2020,” the company wrote on social media.
“Visit us before that for a final lap on the Go-Kart track or final swing in the Batting Cages. Thank you for making Playdium Park part of your family fun.”
The 40,000 square foot facility, which was built in the 1990s, is known for featuring more than 200 attractions, rides and simulators, as well as an 11-acre outdoor park that boasts one of Canada’s longest go-kart tracks.
The park, which is close to the newly-opened Cineplex-owned Rec Room, was a popular spot for birthday parties and school, team and youth group events.
Playdium still operates a location in nearby Brampton.
Cover photo courtesy of Playdium Park’s official Facebook page
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