Climbing in Beeville


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  • Fright Night Haunted House
    Boasting professional actors and method maniacs, Fright Night doles out fabulous frights and shriek-inducing smells alongside fear-raising animatronics. The 10,000-square-foot space houses ghoulish scenes that can be occasionally spattery, which makes this scare-sperience more suitable for children with a modest level of bravery. Between Fright Night and its spine-tickling cousin, Twisted Chaos, this haunt-jaunt is sure to shake a few boots, shutter a few shoulders, and at the very least, stir up a few shrieking falsetto solos. Both seasonal spots are open Thursday–Sunday from 7 p.m. through the late-evening howling hours.
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    623 Power St
    Corpus Christi, TX US
  • Nightmare Factory in Corpus Christi
    Ear-splitting shrieks quicken the pulses of passersby as they approach the Nightmare Factory, a forsaken complex comprised of two distinct, hair-raising attractions. Once they’ve crossed the threshold into the blood-splattered corridors of Insanity51, voyagers tiptoe cautiously past hostile denizens as a narrative begins to emerge. The tormented spirits that haunt these hallways are insane captives subjected to top-secret government experiments that have rendered them even more fearsome and better informed on tax policy. In Nightmare 3D, foolhardy explorers walk through a carnival funhouse that looks more like the scene of a mass murder. Distorted mirrors and shifting floorboards create a skewed, sinister sense of reality, forcing guests to ponder if they have passed into another dimension populated by their worst nightmares.
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    304 N Staples
    Corpus Christi, Texas US
  • Climb
    After moving to San Antonio, avid climber Mark Bloyd fell in love with his new home, save for its lack of easy access to indoor climbing. With Climb’s portable 32-foot climbing wall, Mark found a way to share his love of aerial antics while accumulating funds to one day open his own indoor-climbing gym. Built in 2012, the wall includes routes for all levels of experience, which allows even beginners to feel the boost of confidence that comes from reaching the summit. Mark can transport the wall to birthday parties, work-related team-building exercises, and chain-gang reunions, where climbers build camaraderie surmounting its sides of synthetic granite. After climbers trace a path to the top using the wall’s hand-holds, they can ring a buzzer to signify their achievement before being lowered back to the ground by automatic belays.
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    2313 Lockhill-Selma Rd.
    San Antonio, Texas US
  • District 24
    The crew at The District regularly reroute the holds on its climbing walls to keep clients guessing. While music pumps through the gym’s speakers, visitors can try out slacklining—or walking across a wide nylon webbing suspended between two points—and strengthen their arms on punching bags and gymnast rings. The space is open 24 hours a day to fit any schedule and accommodate sleepwalkers.
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    206 Army Blvd
    san antonio, TX US
  • Don Strange of Texas
    The low-hanging branches of southern live oak trees stretch out over the house and pavilion areas at Don Strange Ranch, dappling parties, weddings, and corporate team gatherings with splashes of sunlight. Since 1952, the 125-acre longhorn ranch in the Texas Hill Country has hosted myriad events, including scenes from the PBS music documentary series Live from the Artists Den and the wedding of country music stars Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton. More than just a picturesque backdrop, the ranch?s rugged natural surroundings host outdoor activities such as ropes courses and kayak trips down the Guadalupe River. And the friendly staffers who man 350- to 400-foot ziplines work to ease guests out of their comfort zones, like a mother bird pushing her young out of the nest for their first extreme base-jumping lesson.
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    1551 Bandera Rd
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Palace Entertainment
    At Boomers!, thrill-seeking families and fun-enabling friends can attack a variety of appealing attractions, including mini golf, batting cages, bumper boats, and the button-mashing joys housed inside the exhilarating game room. The Vista location entertains families of sharpshooters with a blacklight-illuminated laser-tag arena before little ones climb and crawl through the Kidopolis play area. The El Cajon and San Diego locations let rivals celebrate the spirit of competition as they fly past each other in speedy go-karts or have a snail-paced Ferris wheel race at the kid's county fair. Unlimited pass holders at the El Cajon location can also scale the 32-foot-tall climbing wall, which, like America, enables citizens to climb to the top via myriad routes.
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    3330 Cherry Ridge Dr.
    San Antonio, TX US
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