Stylist Leslie Hockett cuts and colors hair inside Keith & Company, an airy salon adorned with antique furniture and nature-inspired artwork. Partial walls between styling stations give each one a feeling of privacy, which lets Leslie and other beauticians give their full attention to every client.
Licensed aesthetician Angela Snavely offers a complimentary private skin analysis to determine each client's skin issues and accurately determine a treatment plan. On a regular basis, she comes across clients afflicted with acne, dry patches, hyperpigmentation, excess oil, and leftover carnival face paint. Each of these problems is treated with facials and peels packed with beta carotene and vitamin A mixes, vitamin C enzymes, and chocolate antioxidant masks. She also gives often-neglected backs some TLC with a special facial that includes exfoliation, steam, and hydrating cream.
Taking a natural, holistic, preventative approach to wellness is the goal of Stephanie Paylor at Tranquil Touch, where she uses her skills as a massage therapist to provide relaxation and stress relief. First assessing the source of tension or discomfort, Stephanie tailors her services to each client, providing deep-tissue massage for recurring pain or sports injuries, Swedish massage to relax and relieve tension, and prenatal massage for bun ovens.
Shooting laser guns, eating giant clouds of cotton candy, and wandering through 10 acres of tall corn are among just a few of the many adventures to be had at Kersey Valley. At the close of each summer, the staff carves out a carefully planned maze through the corn. The design is different each year, meaning visitors can come back every fall to explore and overcome the labyrinth and scarecrow date spot. Additionally, both kids and adults can enjoy jumping on two different giant, inflated jumping "pillows," and enjoy fresh fudge and kettle corn afterward. The massive farm is also home to a pumpkin patch with both pie and decorative pumpkins, a rock shop, and a restaurant.
Kersey Valley offers a range of family fun for everyone. Its laser tag course plunges competitors into military-style battles through more than 20 different firefight scenarios across 55 acres of battlefields. Lasers modeled after MP5 submachine guns fire over 1,000 feet during assassination missions or airstrike missions when the staff careens through the air on ziplines while trying to pick players off. The zipline adventure tours prove equally thrilling for Kersey Valley visitors, who glide through the skies across 14 legs of sail-ways that stretch between 200 and 800 feet per leg. Some first-time riders prefer to stretch their aerial time to the max by zipping more than 800 feet long in one run. Those who prefer to keep their amusements more grounded may frolic through seasonal, family-themed adventures, including the Maize Adventure and the Kersey Valley Spookywoods.