• For $15, you get one month of weekly SuperKids PreSchool karate classes, valid at the Woodbury, Hugo, Hudson, Baxter, Cross Lake, Ham Lake, and Stillwater locations (a $50 value). • For $29, you get a monthlong membership to the UMA Karate program, valid at the Woodbury, Hugo, Hudson, Baxter, Cross Lake, Ham Lake, and Stillwater locations (a $100 value). • For $50, you get a monthlong membership to twice-weekly Dave Camarillo jiu-jitsu classes, valid at the Woodbury, Hugo, Baxter, Cross Lake, and Stillwater locations (a $120 value).
At Archery Country, a deep inventory of bows and accessories is matched only by the depth of the staff's arrow-slinging expertise. This team guides customers through the shopping process, showing them hundreds of bows and crossbows from manufacturers such as Mathews, Mission, and Bowtech. All products can be shot inside the store prior to purchase, which ensures that customers go home with the gear best-suited to their hunting style whether it's long-distance shooting or lulling prey to sleep with a violin bow. Once a selection has been made, the team can help proud new owners with services such as setup and warranties, or help them sign up for lessons and leagues.
Skydive Minnesota Inc. gives thrill-seekers a bird's eye view of the Minnesota landscape before showing them the view of a bird diving toward the earth at the speed of gravity. With thousands of jumps under their harnesses, the instructors ensure that passengers feel safe and secure before each adrenaline-boosting free fall. Then, open parachutes float gently over the green landscape, showing off Lake Mille Lacs from an entirely new perspective.
Safety is of paramount importance: only the most modern and reliable gear is used, all of it approved by the United States Parachute Association, and every pilot maintains the same FAA proficiency standards required of airline pilots. All these steps help put clients' minds at ease, allowing them to focus on the exhilarating free fall starting from anywhere between 10,000 and 12,000 above the ground.
Eagle Trace’s 18-hole course covers a verdant expanse of scenic greenery nestled along the Mississippi River. The newly enhanced links feature straightaways and short holes abutted by tall trees, creeks, and bunkers filled with castle-free sand. The course’s layout offers five different color-coded yardage distances from each tee, which challenges a range of swinging skills. The covered pavilion eating area hosts a picnic table and grill to provide sanctuary for hungry players, and practice facilities help golfers perfect their game. After scheduling a tee time, club jockeys can ride a mechanical steed to each hole with the included cart rental.
Characterized by tall oak trees, ponds, and streams, Monticello Country Club's 18-hole course stretches across 6,453 yards of fairways and greens. The course plots a winding path through the landscape, featuring multiple doglegs that favor golfers who can shape their drives or throw a 270-yard curve ball. Those looking to fine-tune their swings can employ the swing-honing powers of golf pro Kristi Dostal, who uses the club's facilities as her outdoor classroom for private and group lessons and junior camps. Name-brand gloves, clubs, hats, bags, and other course-ready gear line the racks of the club's pro shop, where players can stock up on golf accoutrements. After rounds or lessons, golfers can unwind at Otter Creek Bar & Grill with a steak sandwich, barbecue-chicken pizza, and other eats from its menu of casual American food.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Length of 6,453 yards from the farthest tees
Course rating of 71.7 from the farthest tees
Slope rating of 125 from the farthest tees
Five tee options
All classes are held in a brand new, state-of-the-art 18,300-square-foot facility with a retail store, training center, and an indoor, 75-foot range.
Available rentals include handguns.
Inside Total Defense, firearms, ammunition, camouflage backpacks, and hunting gear line tall shelves. Educated staff members help repair, build, and customize guns, while federally licensed instructors draw on their experiences in self-defense and mixed martial arts to teach women's self-defense classes and concealed-carry courses.