Jeepers! is a family entertainment center chain that is owned by Carwardine Parks as part of their Family Entertainment Center Division. It was revived after the acquisitions of the trademarks in 2011 with six locations and it continues to grow to this day.

The chain is like a miniature amusement park mostly for families with kids. The chain is headquartered in Carwardine's Dept. 3 in Virginia Beach, Virginia alongside it's sister chains such as Circus Playhouse.

During CarwardineCon Social Distanced, Carwardine announced the chain is planning on "Mega Jeepers!!" locations of larger indoor parks (but not as large as Carwardine-branded indoor parks) and confirmed they were expanding into Europe.


In city alphabetical order.

  • Albany, New York (opened in 2014)
  • Asheville, North Carolina (opened in 2013)
  • Atlanta, Georgia (opened in 2011)
  • Boston, Massachusetts (opened in 2011)
  • Branson, Missouri (opened in 2012)
  • Buffalo, New York (opened in 2014)
  • Celebration, Florida (opened in 2013)
  • Charlotte, North Carolina (opened in 2013)
  • Cleveland, Ohio (opened in 2012)
  • Cincinnati, Ohio (opened in 2012)
  • Dallas, Texas (opened in 2013)
  • Detroit, Michigan (opened in 2013)
  • Frankfort, Kentucky (opened in 2016)
  • Houston, Texas (opened in 2011)
  • Jefferson City, Missouri (opened in 2017)
  • Kansas City, Missouri (opened in 2013)
  • Laredo, Texas (opened in 2015)
  • Las Vegas, Nevada (opened in 2011)
  • Los Angeles, California (opened in 2013)
  • Louisville, Kentucky (opened in 2015)
  • Mexico City, Mexico (opened in 2012)
  • Monterrey, Mexico (opened in 2014)
  • Miami, Florida (opened in 2020)
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota (opened in 2014)
  • Mobile, Alabama (coming 2021)
  • Montreal, Quebec (opened in 2011)
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (opened in 2014)
  • New York City, New York (opened in 2011)
  • Newport News, Virginia (opened in 2020)
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (opened in 2012)
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (opened in 2015)
  • Poughkeepsie, New York (opened in 2011)
  • San Diego, California (opened in 2018)
  • San Francisco, California (opened in 2012)
  • Springfield, Massachusetts (opened in 2012)
  • St. Louis, Missouri (opened in 2012)
  • Toronto, Ontario (opened in 2011)
  • Utica, New York (opened in 2014)
  • Vancouver, British Columbia (opened in 2015)
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia (opened in 2011) (flagship location of the chain)
  • Wheeling, West Virginia (opened in 2012)


See Jeepers! (Carwardine Parks)/Ride and attractions


  • Miami, Florida is both the first location to open after both quarantine and Christopher R. Carwardine's death. The location opened May 31st, 2020.
  • The first locations to reopen on May 27th, 2020 are Dallas, Texas/Houston, Texas/Wheeling, West Virginia/Jefferson City, Missouri/Kansas City, Missouri/Virginia Beach, Virginia.
    • Celebration's location re-opened June 1st, 2020.
    • 10 more locations re-opened June 10th, 2020.
    • 5 more locations re-opened July 1st, 2020.
    • 2 more locations re-opened July 10th, 2020.
    • By September of 2020, all but the Californian and Mexican locations are open.
    • The Mexican locations haven't opened in 2020 and reopened January 1st, 2021.
    • The Californian locations are in doubt for reopening.
  • Most of the ads for the chain are filmed at the Virginia Beach location.
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