Owners Larry and Angie Doherty utilize their more than 20 years of combined education and supervision experience to make Outside In Family Fun Center a safe, entertaining destination for adults and demi-adults alike. Putt away cares with a loved one during a saunter through the center's 18-hole minigolf course (prices varies by age), or set a youngster (12 years or younger) loose in one of the cartoon-clad inflatable bounce houses to see how long it takes for him or her to get tired or befriend a migrating bullfrog. Outside In is open seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
Safety plating divides the six lanes in both of the indoor civilian ranges, where sound-absorbing material muffles the blast of bullets hurtling toward targets on a 25-yard journey. Visiting shooters can test their aim with a rental gun or purchase a new firearm from the showroom, which also stocks an array of holsters, spotting scopes, and replacement grips. Meanwhile, gunsmiths spruce up pistols with cleanings, coatings, and tiny top hats, while the staff's NRA-certified instructors enhance pupils' handgun knowledge, safety, and skills during private lessons and women's-only classes.
Jumping for Fun Skydiving's team of professional cloud surfers, led by a USPA-certified instructor with more than 2,000 jumps under his belt, whisks thrill-seekers into the air for adrenaline-packed static-line jumps. Fledgling skydivers must earn their way to freefalling freedom by participating in a training course that explains how to properly use static-line equipment and stave off dive-bombing ostriches. Afterward, an aircraft shuttles jumpers up to an altitude of 3,500 feet, where they'll take a tremendous leap while donning parachutes packed by an FAA-certified rigger. Upon exiting the plane, a static line attached to both the aircraft and the jumper opens the parachute, and skydivers employ their freshly learned skills to safely steer themselves back to earth while enjoying aerial views of surrounding trees and supermodels' swimming pools.
We are a family owned and operated indoor sports facility that has been up and running since 1991. RCSA specializes in Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse leagues for all ages. We also have a great workout program called HardCore Fitness. If you are new to a sport or trying to get back to your old form, were the place for you
Glenmary Country Club’s 18-hole golf course sprawls across 6,542 yards of carefully cut fairways as they cleave through lofty trees and neighboring residences. Slick bentgrass greens, multiple water hazards, and horn-blasting garden gnomes supply the bulk of the difficulty on this relatively challenging course, which plays to a par 72 from all three tee options. Divot-tearing duos can loop the emerald links astride a golf cart to save their strength for towering drives and confronting the trash-talking squirrels hiding in the dense tree lines that surround holes six and seven. Glenmary Country Club enforces a dress code that requires all players to wear a collared shirt and prohibits denim.