Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have group rates?

What is the most popular attraction you have?

Our Extreme Race Karts are by far the most popular attraction we have. These things will zip around the track at speeds of up to 45 mph! Talk about fun and a lot of “Gs”!

Flags and Wheels seems like the perfect place for some fun family attractions. How do we get there?

Finding Flags and Wheels can be a little tricky, but once you’re here, you won’t want to leave!

From the main thoroughfare Omaha street (Hwy 44), turn at the Exxon station south onto 12th St which is very short. At the end of 12th St where the fence is, take a quick right and left and you are there.

We’ll be there waiting. Please check out the map on our Contact Us page if you have any questions.

Do you have different summer hours?

Yes we do!

Our Summer hours typically run from Memorial Day through Labor Day. To learn more about our hours please visit our Hours and Rates page.

We are also open special hours on most holidays and school breaks. Check out our Events Calendar or just call.

Are there any age requirements, height restrictions?

Yes there are.

While we want everyone to have fun at Flags and Wheels, we also want everyone to be safe. These requirements must be met for the following attractions:

  • Go carts – Drivers must be over 52-inches tall, but smaller riders can ride with a parent for free!
  • Bumper cars – Drivers must be over 50 inches tall, but smaller riders can ride with a parent for free!
  • Extreme Race Karts – Drivers must have a valid U.S. driver’s license and sign a liability waiver (under 18 requires parent signature).
  • Paintball – Paintball players must sign a liability waiver and those under 18 must have the parent sign also.

Have you had any famous race car drivers there?

Yes, we have actually!

Flags and Wheels has been fortunate enough to have some professional drivers race here from NASCAR, the World of Outlaws Sprints, and World of Outlaws Late Models.

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