Who can play laser tag?

Laser tag is a fun and exciting activity for people of all ages. For safety reasons, players must be at least 6 years old to play.

Is laser tag safe?

Laser tag is an indoor physical activity. Players are required to watch a short instructional video before the start of each Mission. While play is supervised by our Marshall, and we make every effort to ensure strict adherence of our house rules (see below), we cannot assume any responsibility for any injuries that may occur. You are personally responsible for knowing your physical limits and health risks and deciding whether or not playing a moderately physical activity will be detrimental to your condition. Anyone not adhering to our house rules will be asked to leave the facility.

Do you offer games exclusively for younger players?

Yes. We appreciate that it is challenging for younger players to compete against the older kids or adults. If you book a party with a minimum of 15 children, your Epic Lazer Tag Missions can be made exclusive for your younger guests. Just let us know in advance so we can schedule accordingly. We also permit parents (without a vest) to assist younger players if they wish during these exclusive games only. Remember, children must be at least 6 years old to play.

What kind of footwear and clothing should I were to play?

Laser tag is a physical game so we recommend running shoes and comfortable clothing. Also, many players prefer to wear black so it is easier to hide within the arena and avoid being a target. During the winter months we recommend that players bring a pair of running shoes if they are wearing boots. We will not allow players with just socks for safety reasons.

How many people can play laser tag at a time?

Our laser tag arena is approximately 4,100 feet and can accommodate up to 20 players at a time.

How long is each laser tag game?

Each laser tag game experience takes about 25 minutes. Total play time is 15 minutes. There is a short instructional video on the rules and equipment handling before the start of each game. At the end of the game scores are posted and score cards and handed to each player so you know how well you did.

Does my party get a reserved play time?

Yes. All parties are given reserved Epic Lazer Tag Mission times. Typically the play times are 15 minutes after the start of your party time and again 45 minutes later. For example, if your party starts at 2:00pm, your first mission will be at 2:15 and then again at 3:15. You will need to enter the briefing room about 5 minutes before your play time for our rules and equipment handling. Be sure to remind your guests to arrive on time to avoid missing game times.

Can I reserve play time outside of a party?

Yes! All Epic Lazer Tag mission games are on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of our parties that have reserved times. Call us to check for availability and reserve your play time before you arrive. There is a new mission every 15 minutes so chances are you will not have to wait very long before you are part of the action!

Will my party play laser tag alone?

Not necessarily. All of our games are open to the public. If there is extra room, additional players will be added to the group. Exceptions will be given to parties with a minimum of 15 players with younger players requesting an exclusive game.

As host, can I arrive early for my party?

Yes. We suggest that you arrive about 5-10 minutes before the start of your party to set up. Call ahead if you need extra time and we will do our best to accommodate you if we can.

Is 1 hr 45 min enough time for party?

Yes, it’s plenty of time. Check out our suggested schedule below. If you would like to schedule extra time in your party room just give us a call ahead of time and for a minimal fee we can schedule more time. Of course you are more than welcome to stay and enjoy Epic Lazer Tag after your time in the party room has ended!

Suggested party schedule

1:00 – 1:10 Host and guests arrive. Please remind your guests to arrive on time!
1:10 All players to the laser tag vesting room!
1:15 – 1:30 Epic Lazer Tag Mission #1
1:30 – 2:10 Party room for food, drinks and cake
2:10 All players to the laser tag vesting room!
2:15 – 2:30 Epic Lazer Tag Mission #2

Can I bring food?

Yes. If you prefer to bring in your own food and/or snacks for your party you can do so. Our supreme and Epic party packages offer pizza and drinks and you are welcome to bring other snacks and food. We do not permit outside food for walk-in customers, snacks and drinks can be purchased at our concession stand. Please note that we are NOT a nut-free facility.

Who supplies your cupcakes and cakes?

We are proud to offer baked goods supplied by Precious Moments Faux & Custom Cakes. Precious Moments uses fresh ingredients in their delicious cakes and cupcakes. Visit their website at Precious Moments Faux & Custom Cakes.

Can I purchase food and snacks?

Yes. Epic Lazer Tag has a snack bar offering treats, drinks and limited hot food.

Do you offer loot bags?

Yes! Why run around trying to create your own loot bags when we can take care of the work for you! We have Basic and Epic loot bags to choose from. Our loot bags are a hit with kids and parents and our Epic loot bags come included with our Epic party package! We have filled our loot bags with stuff kids like and in addition to treats and snacks, both options come with light up toys that your kids will love! Check out our events board for more details on the loot bag contents.

Can I store ice cream or ice cream cakes?

We have a fridge available for your cakes. Sorry, we do not have a freezer on site.

Do you have invitations?

Yes, printed invitations are available free of charge if you book a party package with us! Come in at any time during our regular hours to pick them up. A printable online version is available using this link click here.

What is not permitted?

Please, no alcohol, pinatas, silly string or confetti.

What if I have a question not addressed here?

Call us! We would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

Epic Lazer Tag House Rules

House rules are strictly enforced. All players must follow these house rules at all times. Anyone that violates any of these rules will be removed without refund.
1. No physical contact. Players will not make any physical contact with other players or their equipment or engage in behaviours that could cause injury to another person. Players may not position themselves so as to block or impede another player’s progress.
2. No sitting. Players may not sit or have any part of their body, other than their feet, on the floor. Players will not squat, kneel, lie down or crouch. Players may not climb on any wall or other part of the maze.
3. Language. Players will not use offensive, rude or intimidating language at any time. All older players will be respectful of younger children that may also be participating.
4. Equipment. Players will use care when handling the laser tag equipment and gear. Any damage to the equipment due to intentional misuse could result in you being responsible for the damages.
5. Targets. Players may not use any part of their body, hair, clothing, equipment or any other objects to cover their own targets, or targets of other players. Players may not use their body or their equipment to obstruct a sensor.
6. Players with large jewellery or objects around their neck or head will be asked to remove them before playing.
7. At the end of a game, all palyers will immediately stop play and promptly exit the laser tag arena at the designated exit. All equipment must be promptly returned to the vesting area.
8. All players will listen and abide by the decisions and instructions of the Marshall at all times. Players that witness play or actions that violate any of these rules will promptly inform the Marshall. The Marshall or any employee of Epic Lazer Tag has the right to remove a person from play for any reason.
9. The laser tag play area is monitored on closed caption video surveillance.

Laser tag is a game that involves physical activity. All players are responsible for knowing their own physical limits and restrictions. All players understand and acknowledge that participating in laser tag involves certain risks and the possibility of injury. All play is at your own risk.