One, Two, or Four Eight-Activity Day Passports at Provo Beach Resort (Half Off)

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Day passports grant access to a variety of activities, from indoor surfing and bowling to a ropes course and miniature croquet

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 1st, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Must sign waiver. Some activities may require socks. Extra fee for golf club rental. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The family that plays together stays together, and stands a good chance of beating other families during the neighborhood's mandatory duck-duck-goose tournaments. Get close to the ones you love with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $15 for one eight-activity day passport (a $30 value)
  • $30 for two eight-activity day passports (a $60 value)
  • $60 for four eight-activity day passports (a $120 value)

Each day passport packages the equivalent of $79.50 worth of à la carte activities for visitors of all ages to enjoy. A passport holder gets a one-hour surfing or boogie-boarding session on the indoor Flowrider (normally $20/hour, plus a $5 waiver fee), unlimited access to the ropes course (normally an $8 value), unlimited miniature croquet (normally a $6 value), unlimited play on the MegaPlex Playground for ages 4–204 (normally a $4 value), unlimited play on the PGA golf simulators (normally $20, club rental extra), unlimited bowling (normally a $7.50 value), unlimited carousel rides (normally a $1 value), unlimited track time at the Pinewood Derby (normally a $3 value, car kits extra), and two carnival games (up to a $2.50 value each; prices vary per game).

Provo Beach Resort

Sailors contemplate many things when crossing the Atlantic—the constellations in the sky, the capricious nature of the winds, and how to build one of the most dynamic family-fun centers in Utah. An unlikely beginning, but that's how things started for Provo Beach Resort, as one of its founders envisioned the more than 50,000-square-foot indoor recreation center on a transatlantic sail.

Today, guests of all ages enjoy an array of activities, from a ropes course suspended 32 feet above the ground to a bowling alley sporting gleaming lanes and four large flat-screen TVs. The indoor Flowrider gives guests a taste of surfing or boogie boarding, propelling a continual flow of water up a wave-shaped bank. In addition to these attractions, the resort hosts special events such as Tuesday-night karaoke and the Wild Wonders Animal Show, which regales guests with creatures from tortoises to hedgehogs who also sing karaoke. Between activities, guests can refuel at the café and ice-cream shop.

Provo Beach Resort

Sailors contemplate many things when crossing the Atlantic—the constellations in the sky, the capricious nature of the winds, and how to build one of the most dynamic family-fun centers in Utah. An unlikely beginning, but that's how things started for Provo Beach, as one of its founders envisioned the more than 50,000-square-foot indoor recreation center on a transatlantic sail.

Today, guests of all ages enjoy 12 activities, from a ropes course suspended 32 feet above the ground to a bowling alley sporting gleaming lanes and four large flat-screen TVs. The indoor Flowrider gives guests a taste of surfing or boogie boarding, propelling a continual flow of water up a wave-shaped bank. In addition to these attractions, the resort hosts special events such as Tuesday-night karaoke and the Wild Wonders Animal Show, which regales guests with creatures from tortoises to hedgehogs who also sing karaoke. Between activities, guests can refuel at the café and ice-cream shop.

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