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Just don’t throw any banana peels.
Whether you prefer playing as Princess Peach, Toad, or Mario himself, things can get heated when you grab a controller and race your friends in Mario Kart. The Nintendo game is considered one of the greatest multi-player games of all time, but now players can take their competitive energy to a real race track.
The Track Family Fun amusement park in Branson, Missouri, has several courses that seem as exhilarating as the racing game. The Heavy Metal High Rise is a concrete, four-story track that is three quarters of a mile long. The Lumberjack is a wooden three-story track that takes racers through winding twists and turns. Finally there’s the Wild Woody, which has a giant wooden spiral in the center of the large four-level track. All three of these race tracks will remind you of your favorite Mario Kart classic routes.
If you’re ready to take your video game racing skills to a real track make your way to Branson, but leave the banana peels at home.
Sarah Jasmine Montgomery is a Daily Dot contributor whose writing and criticism cover all things pop culture, with an emphasis on how communities of color impact physical and digital cultural spaces. Her writing and photography have also appeared in Texas Monthly, the Fader, Complex, and Billboard.