Note: This location permanently closed
Address: 146 13226 Macleod Trail S.E.(Macleod and Canyon Meadows)
Charlotte’s Review (4.5 years old)– “I liked the climber! And the slides.”
Luc’s Review (2 years old) – Luc liked the carousel and the baby slide.
Admission Cost: $10.95 for ages 4 – 15, $7.95 for ages 1 – 3, babies under 1 are free if accompanied by older sibling, otherwise you pay $4.95 for an adult admission (you normally get one free adult per child).
Black Light Mini Golf: Additional $4.95 for 9 holes – kids/adults
Mini Bowling: Additional $4.95 for ages 4 and up (including adults).
Coin operated Rides and Arcade Game: $0.25-$0.50 per play/ride.
Age Range: 0 – 12
Footwear: Socks are required, but are available for purchase if you forget.
Safety Features / Concerns: There is a gate with a latch blocking the play area from the entrance; children and adults get matching wrist bands that get checked and cut off at the door.
Play Area Features: Large (and tall!) 2 level indoor playground structure with climbers, big balls, tunnel slides, rollers – children under 5 should be accompanied. Toddler Climber (4 and under) – small slide, zipline, large balls, punching bags. Baby Area – plastic tree, little slide, baby toys. Time Freak game, Black Light Mini-golf (9 holes), Mini Bowling. Coin operated rides and arcade games.
Food Services: A snack bar includes lunch items such as sandwiches, drinks, and snacks such as chips, granola bars and muffins. A grilled cheese sandwich is $3, and a bottle of water is $1.50.
Fun N More features a huge climbing structure designed for kids 5-15. Part of the climber is on a balcony, which makes it the tallest climber I know of in Calgary. My daughter, who is 4, got stuck and needed help getting down. There are two slides in the upper half of the climber, and she loved those. Most parts of this climber are big enough for an adult to navigate if necessary.
There is also a separate toddler climber for kids under 5. This includes a small (but fast) slide, a zipline, and some large balls and punching bags. My daughter loved this area. My husband and I were both able to fit in this climber as well, but kids who are 3 and up should have no problem navigating it.
The baby area is fairly small. It includes a large plastic tree that kids can climb in, and a very small baby slide. There are also many baby toys, but most of them were broken or missing parts (eg: basketball net with no ball). My son found this frustrating.
There is also a black light room. In this room, you hit a button to start a timer, and try to hit as many buttons as you can inside the room. My kids really like this.
You should probably plan on paying for some of these extras, because they are in full view, and kids obviously want to play with them because they look fun. I always factor in this additional cost when we visit.
For an additional cost you can also play black light mini-golf and mini-bowling.
If you only have a baby, the baby area is probably not worth a visit. However, the climber at Fun n More is good for older kids because of its size. I also really like that there is a separate toddler climber, which is also a decent size.
It was big enough to entertain my 4-year-old for about half our visit (she spent the other half in the big climber). I don’t like all the coin-operated games because it’s hard to control your spending, but the kids got a kick out of the carousel.
Have you been to Fun N’ More? What did you think?
Katie is a freelance writer based in Calgary.
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