Escape Room

at Gator Mike’s Family Fun Park

You don’t have much time to run from the Zombies

During a Public Tour of Science labs deep in the bowels of the Military Installation known as AREA 51, you quickly sense something isn’t right. The larger group is no where to be found and you are alone with your small group of friends and family.

Lights in the room you are in start Flickering. Safety Locks on all the doors engage. You realize you are locked in a level 4 bio-containment lab.

The room contains enough oxygen to survive for 1 hour.

You see on the monitors that other parts of the facility are infested with Zombies. You must find the alternate power source for the Safety Locks and the secret Zombie Antidote in order to escape the facility. If you don’t complete the mission within the hour, your fate is sealed.


Gather your family and friends to experience the new attraction at Gator Mike’s Family Fun Park.

Please show up 15 minutes before your scheduled time and sign your waiver online ahead of time.





Book Online



Each Person
(Online Booking required one day in advance)
Walk Up
(Depending on staff availability)




Min 2 , Max 6 people in a room
Minimum recommended age is 8 years old
Certain Items not allowed (See Important Info and Rules below)


Paintball Waiver

Waivers are required for all activities



  • Bags or Purses
  • Keys
  • Cameras
  • Cell Phones (Unless necessary but no pictures or flashlights, If you need to answer then you must step out of the room)
  • Lighters or matches
  • Paper or Pens
  • No Smoking including vaping
  • Weapons of any kind

Before the escape room game starts, the host Gator Mikes may tell you a lot of “don’t” rules. These may include:

  • Don’t throw or damage anything in the room
  • Don’t bring any bags or lighters inside
  • Don’t show up intoxicated

Nobody likes being told not to do something. However, these “don’t” rules are there to keep you and your teammates safe. Here are a few examples:

  • Breaking furniture or other game props makes it difficult to play. It can also result in splinters and sharp edges that could hurt you.
  • Items like lighters can create fire hazards in an enclosed space like an escape room.
  • It can be dangerous to play while under the influence, especially if the game requires some amount of climbing or crawling around. Injuries are the opposite of a good time.

If you follow the rules, you will keep yourself and your friends safe. And speaking of safety, we recommend wearing masks when possible.

Arrive Early – Choose Your Team Wisely!

Rule: If the escape room rules say to show up fifteen minutes early, then do so. Also, be sure that everyone in your group knows to show up on time!

Tip: When selecting your team, choose people that will not only enjoy solving puzzles but who also care about working together. When you arrive at the escape room, take a moment before the game begins to discuss your strategy. If you know your teammates well, you can better delegate each member’s unique skills! This will help you form a great battle plan for success.

Escape rooms are great for developing communications skills. As your team spreads around the room, speak loudly, and clearly about the things that you see and find. If your sister at the far side of the room says, “I found a combination lock that needs four numbers to unlock,” and your cousin next to you says, “I found a picture frame with a number in each corner,” then you may have found the answer to the puzzle! Communication is what brings clues and puzzles together for solutions.

A common escape room rule is “don’t damage anything.”

If you’re having trouble opening a lockbox in the room, it can be tempting to try to break it open. Generally, if it’s not opening easily, then it’s not meant to be opened. However, if you want to be sure, you can always ask the game-master “is this supposed to open” during the game (instead of breaking it). Breaking things can make it harder (or even impossible) for future players to enjoy the room. It also will keep you from being able to solve the puzzle, and it may result in your game being brought to an early end!

Tip: The key here is to stay calm and focus on discovering the clues. There are no impossible to escape rooms, and they are designed to be solved by people from all walks of life. Keep an eye out for patterns, numbers, or letters in your surroundings. Also, make a note of anything in the room that seems out of place, like a modern calculator in a Victorian haunted house setting. Even the music can be a clue; a series of beeps might be a Morse code message! Find the clues, and you will beat the game!