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  • Paraclete XP SkyVenture
    Utilizing the same technology used to train military skydivers, SkyVenture re-creates the pulse-racing plunge of a free-fall through an enclosed vertical wind tunnel. Blasting air up in a seamless vertical column, SkyVenture's wind tunnel creates a flight chamber of smooth wall-to-wall airflow that grants you the temporary gift of flight without arm enchantments or the risk of melting waxen wings. Prior to liftoff participants receive video and personal instruction, then don their gear for two minute-long flights—the equivalent of three skydives from 13,000 feet or one ejection from Mount Olympus.
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    190 Paraclete Dr
    Raeford, NC US
  • Anderson Creek Golf Club
    Prolific golf-course-design company Love Enterprises and Associates—which counts 1997 PGA Champion Davis Love III as a principal—orchestrated Anderson Creek Golf Club's classic layout. The course maintains a strict adherence to upkeep, and in 2008, Golf Digest rewarded its efforts with a prestigious 4.5-star rating and an oversize lollipop. Today, the course showcases a verdant path of rolling fairways, groves of longleaf pine trees, and water features that come into play on at least six holes. A traditional course by design, only twice do fairways run directly parallel to each other, instead leading golfers on two roundabout loops. On the par 3 fourth hole, golfers must blast a 205-yard tee shot over water while hoping that the green accepts a visit without demanding that golfers remove their shoes before entering. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 7,215 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 75.1 from the back tees * Course slope of 144 from the back tees * Five sets of tees per hole * Scorecard
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    125 Whispering Pines Dr.
    Spring Lake, NC US
    Reds, greens, blues, and yellows cover just about every inch of MEGAPLAY, a 6,700-square-foot indoor children's playground located in the Spring Lake Shopping Center. At the heart of this massive and colorful space sits a two-level, 1,800-square-foot play structure, which sends youngsters zipping down wavy slides, scurrying across rainbow bridges, and scaling across web nets. A special space just for toddlers, meanwhile, sits off to the side. Soft foam slides, a ball pit, and building blocks populate this area, which is isolated so bigger kids can't get in the way or try to convince babies to join their lemonade-stand pyramid scheme. But it's not just children having a good time at MEGAPLAY: parents can also relax in the facility's cafe with beverages, snacks, and free Wi-Fi.
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    217 Skyland Plaza
    Spring Lake, NC US
  • Aptitude Explore and Sea Children's Gym & Therapy
    As a part of the developmental side of Aptitude Habilitation Services, Aptitude Explore and Sea Children's Gym & Therapy maintains a fun play space where instructors lead interactive classes for children of all ages. The practice specializes in working with children on the autism spectrum, and its curriculum of interactive classes helps kids develop interpersonal and motor skills that prepare them for school. Director Carolyne Largo holds a specialized master's degree in special education as well as a bachelor's degree in psychology. She works with kids in a space filled with colorful mats for tumbling classes and a kid-size climbing area for little ones to scale during open-play sessions.
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    169 Mittie Haddock Dr.
    Cameron, NC US
  • Rigger Arms
    Curt "Rigger" Mordus, a state-certified firearm instructor, and his wife Cori Knight, a deputy sheriff, organized their training team by selecting instructors with backgrounds in special forces and law enforcement. Together, they share their expertise and which eye they prefer to squint with in Riggers Arms' classes, which range from the NRA basic-pistol-shooting course to the advanced tactical multigun course. They also tailor classes exclusively for women and youth. Though Curt and Cori occasionally host open shooting at Rigger Arms' academy, they operate a training-first facility that welcomes civilians, military professionals and the police.
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    1025 Mike Williams Lane
    Bunnlevel, NC US
  • Survival Sprint
    The Survival Sprint takes runners through forests, sand dunes, open fields, and waterways—but it’s not merely a test of speed and endurance. Throughout the course, sprinters encounter 20 obstacles that test old-school survival skills, such as feeding animals, chopping wood, and raising a barn. The course also includes a zip line and areas where racers may have to crawl and swim. After crossing the finish line, runners can unwind with complimentary beer and fresh fruit.
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    10501 Ramsey Street
    Linden, NC US

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