Action Packed Paintball Games takes pigment pumping seriously, hosting eight diverse playing fields packed with obstacles ranging from naturally occurring woods to manmade urban bunkers. Because this Groupon comes with all-day air, you'll be able to give them all a fighting chance, stopping only to stock up on additional paintballs after the Groupon-included 200 run out ($5 for 100 balls, $20 for 500 balls) or to carbo load in the on-site picnic and grilling areas.
At AirMaxx Trampoline Park, age really does become just a number. Here, adults and teens giggle and frolic alongside their kid counterparts, channeling the unbridled energy stores from their youth years. The indoor facility houses multiple lanes of trampolines, which each incline into a slope at their trail's end, waiting to propel bouncers into spectacular flips and aerial tricks. In addition to family-friendly open-jump times, the facility dedicates late Friday nights to teen dates, filling the space with lower lights, louder music, and more regrettable haircuts. They also host arcade games, laser tag, mini golf, and an Extreme Dodgeball league during which competitors face off on the jump surfaces and avoid blazing tosses with impressive aerial stunts. During Maxxercise classes, the trampolines transform into workout havens as instructors lead sessions that combine aerobics moves with high-flying fun.
Skatin Place's blue-topped roller rink smoothly guides skaters in a centrifugal rhythm matched by an on-site DJ. The four-corner rental skates augment motionless feet and legs into wheeled pistons, propelling skaters beneath neon black lights, checkered ceilings, and a large disco ball crafted from thousands of baby dreams. Roller games and decade-based themes occasionally rule over the rink, imploring all attendees to dress in appropriate bow ties and varsity sweaters for '50s night, don knee-torn jeans and flannels for '90s night, or wear tinfoil and develop a fear of sentient giraffes for 2050s night.