Horseplay Enterprises galloped into existence in 2011 under the guidance of founder Marion Berry. With gushing pride in their family of animals, Marion and his own family of humans invite visitors of all ages to engage their inner explorers during horse-related adventures. Nature trail rides, for instance, explore the facility’s surrounding scenery. Each ride begins with a bit of training, which ensures riders remain safe and know how to roll up their horse’s windows should it start to rain. Marion and his staff also train the next generation of competitive riders with lessons in varying riding styles, and offer up a celebratory whinny with appearances at birthdays and parties.
Full Service Hunter/Jumper/Equitation Facility. We offer Lessons/Training/Sales/Boarding. We have a variety of school horses available for lessons or ride your own. MTS Hunters offers a relaxed atmosphere for those who enjoy it as a hobby, but also cater to the serious competitor.
Since its inception as a small park in 1990, Dixieland Amusement Park has grown to include more than 20 rides and attractions for kids and parents alike. From high-flying cable coasters to speedy go-karts, the park's attractions foster adrenaline-fueled joy, while the Digital Armory, a bustling arcade, transports visitors to a virtual world with motion sensors and laser tag. Dining areas pepper the park's walkways for between-ride snacks, and, come nightfall, fireworks fill the sky to entertain visitors and idling pigeons.
Even if you've never been to Elders Mill Road Waterfall and Campsite, its landscape might look eerily familiar. That's because the waterfall itself narrowly escaped a zombie attack at the end of The Walking Dead season two, when the group ran out of gas on a highway and was forced to camp for the night. And the campsite's rickety farmhouse housed a family of gangsters running a moonshine business in the movie Lawless. Fortunately for fans, the staffers lead movie tours, making stops at the filming sites for those productions and others. Their tours also help guests re-enact scenes from the film The War starring Kevin Costner, TV show Revolution, and film A Christmas Memory starring Patty Duke, who beneath her sunny smile is actually a vampire in real life.
After strapping into classic quad-roller skates, families and friends glide onto the maple hardwood rink to trundle and attempt new moves. While one of the main attractions, skating isn't the only healthy way to burn energy at Starlite Family Fun Center. There's also the multi-level padded playground where kids run, jump, slide, and swing. In the laser tag arena, teams fire photons at each other while slinking through fog and neon lights. In between heart-pumping action, visitors can head to the arcade replete with more than 30 games.
A full-service snack shack with pizza and burgers makes the space an ideal party spot. Their Star Wars Adventure Party includes 3D laser tag battles against Darth Vader. It also features pizza, soda, and light sabers for each guest. The center also accommodates youth sports teams as well as businesses for festive celebrations.