The Shenandoah River is a churning, ever-moving playground. Its waters take kayaks, canoes, and tubes passed tree-lined banks, allowing passengers to relax or maybe pause for some fishing. Shenandoah River Adventures continuously launches watercraft for these types of adventures. Back on shore, the company's grounds also encompass a 2-acre campsite filled with trees and vegetation. Aquablazing combines the best of land and water activities by letting people hike and kayak through portions of the Appalachian Trail.
Golf balls prone to motion sickness need not apply at Putter-A-Round Mini Golf. At the indoor course, golf balls are putted through a roller-coaster ride that includes tight turns, loop-de-loops, and hypnotic black-light effects. But aside from this chaos, the kid-friendly course maintains a welcoming vibe—charming obstacles such as a lighthouse, a stoplight, and a white picket fence challenge putters, and the walls are adorned with colorful murals.
Nestled in the green hills of the Shenandoah Valley, Blue Ridge Skydiving Adventures gives skydivers their first taste of thrilling free fall. Composed of experienced instructors that take the time to get to know the people they'll shepherd through the clouds, the team makes sure to thoroughly educate each new jumper in the mechanics of the jump taking the student up to experience the adrenaline rush of a free fall. Each jumper will have an opportunity to embark on a accelerated-freefall training regimen that teaches the necessary skills for a successful solo free-fall skydive.
Racks of free weights, rows of treadmills, and a forest of fitness machines help exercisers shed fat and get shredded inside Gold's Gym. Over 50 fitness classes offered weekly give visitors options ranging from aqua aerobics to kettlebells and fitness boxing.
The eight-wheeled warriors of the Rocktown Rollers skate back onto the track at Funky's Skate Center, rousing fans of all ages with 60 minutes of bone-rattling checks, pileups, and passes. Following its acceptance as a full member of the internationally recognized Women's Flat Track Derby Association in 2011, the skater-owned-and-operated squad has continued to flourish as one of Shenandoah Valley's prime sources of supersonic action and bruises that cast shadows over less impressive bruises.