Baby Park

From the Super Mario Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Baby Park
Doubledashbaby park.PNG
Overview of the track in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
Appearance(s) Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
Mario Kart DS
Cup(s) it Appears in Mushroom Cup (MKDD)
Banana Cup (MKDS)
Wi-Fi Unavailable (DS)
Baby Park.ogg
Course Map

Baby Park is a race course that has appeared in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and Mario Kart DS. Being a simple oval loop with no hazards, it is the shortest course in length in the series, only taking around ten seconds to complete a whole lap. As the name implies, the course takes place in an amusement park, including various elements from the Yoshi series. The track is a platform hanging from a large support complex, where a roller-coaster runs above and around the course and a pink train runs over the rails. However, the roller-coaster was removed in the DS version.

Appearance in Mario Kart: Double Dash!![edit]

King Boo and Koopa Paratroopa race at Baby Park.

Baby Park is the third course in the Mushroom Cup. One half of the floor is blue and the other half is pink. It has various pictures of characters from the Yoshi series on it, including Baby Mario and Baby Luigi, to whom the stage belongs. Due to its length, this course has seven laps instead of the traditional three. DK Mountain can be seen in the background.

Staff ghost[edit]

The staff ghost of the track uses Baby Mario and Baby Luigi, driving the Goo-Goo Buggy. They appear when the player completes all the race in 1:14.000 or less.

Appearance in Mario Kart DS[edit]

Baby Park appears in Mario Kart DS as the last track in the Banana Cup. This time around, it has five laps instead of seven. Missions 2-8 and 3-Boss take place here. It was available in Wi-Fi. On the final lap, the music starts playing in G♭ Major instead of A Major.

Staff ghost[edit]

50.920 seconds using Toad in the Mushmellow.


Several characters that are important to the Yoshi series appear to have their own rides around Baby Park. They are listed below.

  • Baby Bowser appears on a ship, with a sign reading "Baby Bowser's Ship".
  • Kamek appears above a sign reading "Kamek's Magic Show".
  • A Pink Yoshi Train in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! appears to ride around on an orange track, as if it were a roller coaster. It is seen in various parts of the Park, and sometimes it can appear above it. If it does do this, it may actually reflect off shells.
  • A large Poochy-like house appears far in the background.
  • A Helicopter just like the one from Yoshi's Island can be seen at the background, flying around the track.
  • Two large Shy Guys can be seen.
  • A Paratroopa can also be seen.

Official descriptions[edit]

Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

  • US website: “It may look easy, but Baby park is a 7-lap cage match with 14-monster Power-slides! There are plenty of items to pick up, and the long straightaways make easy targets out of everyone.”
  • European website: “It’s Mario Kart: the theme park ride! The track is a simple oval, but the power-ups are plentiful, so you’ll have a battle on your hands to finish in first place”

Mario Kart DS

  • European website: "It's the shortest and simplest track of them all, but Baby Park isn't child's play. Because of the circuit's great size you're given five laps instead of three, but make sure you put petal to metal from the word go, as it'll be over in seconds rather than minutes."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ベビィパーク
Bebī Paku
Baby Park
Spanish Parque Bebé Baby Park
French Parc Baby Baby Park
German Baby-Park Baby Park
Italian Baby Park -
Korean 베이비 파크
Beibi Pakeu
Baby Park


  • Baby Park, having seven laps by default, is the only course in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! besides Wario Colosseum to not have three laps.
  • Baby Park is one of only two courses in the series that differ in lap count between its original and remade versions; the other is Rainbow Road from Mario Kart 64, if one does not count adjusting the number of laps in Quick Run mode in Mario Kart: Super Circuit.
  • The volcano from DK Mountain can be seen in the background next to the Poochy House.