Small student-to-teacher ratios and individual attention—these are just two elements that make Gulf Gymnastics a sought-after destination for the graceful sport. Here, students as young as 3 begin building skills that boost their self-confidence, strength, and coordination, helping them whether they're turning cartwheels on the balance beam or vaulting to the front of the school cafeteria line. Students can also join competitive teams at Gulf Gymnastics, and work toward another win to match the boys team's first place at the 2011 Bryan Invitational and 2011 Juergens Invitational.
Jump!Zone is an indoor play center packed with moonwalks, bouncers, and giant slides for children ages 2 to 12. Allow youngsters to pay overdue respects to the life-size prehistoric T-rex at the North Little Rock location, or unleash their limbs to zoom down one of three circus city super slides in Conway. Large playsets and interactive games also provide loads of hands-on bounceless entertainment. Ultra youngsters looking to book the perfect destination playdate can check out toddler area, while miniature humans who prefer on-screen entertainment can dominate in the Conway location arcade, leaving their adult counterparts free to use the WiFi or recite the periodic table of elements backward in peace. The colorful entertainment extends to tongues, which are entitled to two small slushees from the cafe area that fuel children with the amount of sugars necessary for hours of continuous bouncing.
The Space City Ice Station is a 49,000 square foot full service ice skating rink and entertainment complex with activities for the whole family. Conveniently located just off the Gulf Freeway, exit 29, Space City Ice Station is open 7 days a week. We offer public skating, ice hockey, figure skating, curling, and broomball.
The trained and certified driving instructors at Racing Box instill their passion for motorsports in people through patient, thorough driving instruction. They teach visitors to properly control the muscle of international supercars such as the Ferrari F430 F1, Lamborghini Gallardo, and Aston Martin, as well as Formula 1 racecars, at four driving circuits across the country. Driver and instructor swap seats and friendship bracelets during each session, mixing observational learning with hands-on driving time on racetracks measuring up to 2.5 miles in length.
Two lit, outdoor arenas and one large covered arena occupy Rosehill Farm’s serene country setting, where owner and three-decade veteran Carla Winters spends her time instructing riders and caring for horses. Carla’s lesson program centers on the disciplines of hunt seat and dressage, both of which she teaches on top of the basics of proper equitation. On either learning track, the she tailors the lessons to individual riders’ skill sets and personal goals, be they earning ribbons in shows or becoming the first rider to wade across the English Channel. The farm also holds camps, during which youngsters enjoy two lessons and free ride time each day.
In 2011, King’s first year in business, owners Johann and Philipp Sitter had to expand his space from a 40-seat dining room to a 200-seat restaurant and beer garden. The customer response aligned with the press response: That same year, Houston Press included King’s sausage sampler on their list of 100 Favorite Dishes and in 2012, GermanDeli.com voted King's the Best German Restaurant in America. They were excited to find the restaurant served “the kind of hearty yet fresh sausages and schnitzels that Houston has long lacked,” and singled out the weisswurst for having “the texture of sifted pate, light and airy.”
In addition to meals built from family recipes, patrons can revel in an extensive selection of German brews. Beer tour samplers allow guests to sip on four or all of the draft beers, but those ready to commit to a single draft can sign a marriage certificate for a 3-liter das boot. Thursday through Saturday, groups can listen to live music from German house bands on the beer garden.