Things To Do In Coatesville

$35 for 5 Yoga or Ballet Barre Classes at Collegeville Yoga Bar ($75 Value)

Collegeville Yoga Bar

Collegeville

Stretch, bend, and relax during these calming and challenging yoga sessions

$75 $35

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Four or Eight Personal-Training Sessions at Mane Fitness (Up to 69% Off)

Mane Fitness

Collegeville

Personal trainer provides challenging custom workouts to help clients build muscle, burn calories, and get in shape

$200 $65

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Two Classes a Week for One Month or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Crossfit Elation (Up to 65% Off)

Crossfit Elation

Thorndale

Motivating, group workouts feature always-changing routines built around CrossFit’s functional exercises

$99 $35

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Four Weeks of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Bee Light Yoga (65% Off)

Bee Light Yoga

Honey Brook

Four weeks of unlimited classes at Bee Light Yoga. Come join us for Flow, Stationary, Gentle and Restorative classes.

$120 $42

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Six Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at United Sports Tae Kwon Do (Up to 67% Off)

United Sports Tae Kwon Do

Downingtown

Beyond fitness and self-defense skills, the classes instill self-confidence and self-control in students

$109 $39

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Introductory Rock-Climbing Class for One, Two or a Family of Up to Four at Philadelphia Rock Gyms (Up to 56% Off)

Philadelphia Rock Gyms

Multiple Locations

First-time climbers learn basic techniques and rope-safety procedures then practice on more than 3,000 sq. ft. of climbing surfaces

$45 $22

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Two-Hour Guided Horseback Trail Ride for One or Two from The Red Buffalo Ranch (Up to 50% Off)

The Red Buffalo Ranch

Skippack

Guided trail rides carve a path across the hills, creeks, and meadows of 3,500-acre Evansburg State Park

$80 $40

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Philadelphia Rock Gyms challenges climbers of all skill levels with 2,000 square feet of climbing terrain, 1,500 square feet of bouldering plains, and more than 30 top ropes. Initiates to the vertical sport can get the hang of climbing basics during the gym?s variety of lessons, which impart skills such as proper technique and the ability to tell which rocks open a supervillain's secret lair. The gym also features a variety of team-building opportunities and private room rentals, as well as a pro shop that outfits patrons with the proper climbing equipment available for rent or purchase.

255 Mount Airy Rd
Coatesville,
PA
US

Marsh Creek Lake, lined with verdant shores and rolling hills, bobs with fishing boats, kayaks, sailboats, and windsurfing boards. About 535 acres of azure waters bejewel the surrounding 1,705 acres of hiking trails and picnic areas. Throughout the day, Marsh Creek Watersports leads one-hour pontoon-boat excursions that take guests through a history lesson of the park and surrounding region, leaving time for peaceful moments spent gazing at the natural wildlife. During the summer months, Marsh Creek also hosts kids' sailing camps to acquaint young ones with the techniques and safe practices of aquatic navigation, such as defending against Peter Pan attacks.

675 Park Rd.
Downingtown,
PA
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Your Barrels on the Brandywine passport allows you access to special events that take place every Saturday and Sunday in March from noon to 5.p.m. at eight area wineries (check this map for each one's location):

1024 Wheatland Drive
Coatesville,
PA
US

Across five full days of action, kids young and semi-young will undergo a comprehensive camp curriculum chock-full of running, throwing, catching, blocking, teamworking, confidence building, high-fiving, and more. If desired, campers ages 11–14 with at least one year of tackle football experience may enroll in the accelerated-skills sections, which feature advanced lessons in the same non-contact environment. All campers are led by professional educators from the high-school and collegiate level, and each day's knowledge bowl soars even higher with visits from Eagles greats, ranging from Fred Barnett to the great Pete Retzlaff (Philadelphia Eagles players vary by camp location). By teaming up with experienced players and coaches, kids will be treated to comprehensive instruction that goes beyond purely mechanical skills.

1426 Marshallton Thorndale Road
Downingtown,
PA
US

Combining the best aspects of amusement parks and triathlons, The Golf Zone runs guests through a gauntlet of activities that promotes warm-hearted laughs and icy nerves of steel. Armed with a bucket of 75 balls ($8), golfers slay distant target posts at the driving range or put numbered clubs through the paces at the nearby short-game area. After practicing putts and postputt fist pumps, golfers can take to the roundabout greens of the miniature golf course ($6 per round for adults; $5 for children), where sharp turns and perilous slopes spell doom for all but the craftiest balls. Three paintball fields host large brigades or lone soldiers as they blast enemies with colorful projectiles during two-hour firefights ($25 including gear), providing shelter in the form of wooden forts and a replica of the Maginot Line. Challenge land-speed records at the nearby Speed Zone, where the Python go-kart track tests drivers with harrowing twists and sneaky speed bumps that take indiscriminate bites out of single and tandem karts ($7 per race).

1839 Horseshoe Pike
Honey Brook,
PA
US

Over the course of nearly 40 years, the close-knit Ruffini family have operated five restaurants throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, and Pronto Bistro Italiano is the latest testament to their love of traditional Italian cuisine. Visitors won't find over-processed food full of preservatives and genetically modified additives, but handmade, homey feasts of spaghetti carbonara made with local farm-raised eggs, salads made with organic greens, and sandwiches stuffed with slow-roasted pork and homemade meatballs. Diners can pair morsels of veal saltimbocca tenderloin or earthy eggplant parmigiana with flavorful Italian wines, handcrafted cocktails, or a beer from a list that changes with the seasons. Families gather around cloth-covered tables for dinners of paninis and pasta, while in the low-lit, woodsy bar area, revelers shoot pool, snack on chicken wings from the late-night menu, and pitch a tent for the night.

43 North Bailey Road
Thorndale,
PA
US