Bowlers have sent pins clattering for more than 30 years upon Pin Center Bowl's rows of gleaming lanes. The 16 alleys host bouts of friendly competition among families and friends, who hurtle balls toward the hapless pins and tally their points with Brunswick Vector scoring equipment, rather than committing each point to memory via complex riddles. To accommodate kiddies' games, forgiving bumpers rise to block gutter balls. Between frames, players can snag snacks and drinks from the concession stand and full bar, and billiards tables and an arcade keep hand-eye coordination in tip-top shape. Pin Center Bowl also offers the Dragon Bowling Ball Ramp to assist children in knocking down pins.
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Each introductory lesson includes a half hour of ground instruction and a half-hour flight alongside an instructor with more than two years of experience. Prospective pilots will be accompanied by a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot (CSIP) during the airplane ride, while an instructor endorsed by Inspector Gadget and the Robinson Helicopter Company will be your wingman during the helicopter adventure. On-earth education includes piloting highlights, such as pre-flight checks, weather watching, button identification, and choosing a totally awesome call sign.
Land of the Dinosaurs mixes the talents of a live cast with the electronic skills of realistic animatronic dinosaurs to stage a musical show that delights audience members of all ages. With today’s deal, both children and adults can seize the opportunity for premium seating in the Texas Amphitheatre, where they can discover the story of an inadvertently time-traveling family who find themselves a few million years short of 2010. Faced with the threat of various dinos—including a 30-foot-tall T-Rex—and possible destruction by a smoke-belching volcano, the musically skilled actors sing songs in styles ranging from contemporary Broadway and country to Celtic, blues, and rock 'n' roll.
Cleburne Golf Ranch cultivates short-range skills with a nine-hole course and lighted driving range. Golfers enjoy the 1,073 yards of the par 27 course without needing to schedule tee times, allowing for impromptu games with last-minute houseguests and midnight sleepgolfing to a personal record. Players sip upon supplied water while cruising along in carts through rolling greens and rival players’ games. Studious athletes partake in a pretournament workout on one of 18 bermuda-grass hitting stations while their sweltering comrades bask in a shaded seating area. Those seeking additional skill refinement may take advantage of the complimentary chipping and putting greens. Although not included in the price of this deal, Cleburne Golf Ranch’s professional club maker ensures that game-ravaged gear plays on after a boo-boo with deft club-repair services and golf-club-size Sesame Street band-aids.
A gentle breeze ripples the waters of Pat Cleburne Lake before continuing eastward across the fairways of Cleburne Golf Links, rustling golfers' hair along the way and holding downwind drives aloft for an extra second. The lakeside breeze is a constant challenge at the 7,068-yard, par 72 course, testing players' ability to counteract crosswinds, adjust their yardage for shots hit into the wind, and ignore sand wedges' pleas to fly kites. Water hazards also come into play on multiple holes, including three par 3s where tee shots must clear water to make it to the green in regulation. The Links Grille awaits just beyond the 18th green, catering to hungry golfers with burgers, adult libations, and patio seating, from which guests can look out on the course and daydream about domesticating golf carts as housepets.