Par Three golf course with 18 Holes ranging in yardage from 105 to 202. The course features both water and sand hazards to keep your game sharp. There's a two-tiered green on hole number16. Appeals to both novice golfers learning their swing and experienced golfers improving their short game. 2 level driving range.
At The Great Escape's multilevel indoor playground, kids, families, friends, and parties of up to 400 people discover an oasis of amusement through a lava slide, toddler's area, obstacle courses, bowling, and arcade games. Admission ($8 for ages 3 and younger; $12 for ages 4 and older) garners kids free reign to explore the elaborate, 24-foot tall jungle adventure playground that harbours escapees from other play centres and more than 50 imaginative elements such as a lava drop slide and suspension bridges. 3-D golf lets putters experience the game under the fluorescent glow of black lights ($8 per 9-hole game; $12 per 18-hole game), and the two-storey laser-tag arena sharpens gamers' skills for the impending zombie apocalypse ($8 per person or $18 for three entries). Additional activities include the Air Trek obstacle adventure ($8 per person, $18 for three entries), a 22-foot climbing wall ($6 per person), arcade and redemption games, the aim-testing ballistics zone, and Highway 66 bowling with multiple game-play options. There is no admission fee for adults when a child accompanies each; a $6 admission fee applies per each extra grown-up, the value of which is put on a gift card to be spent at the centre or on bribing wee ones to relinquish use of the slide.
Thunderbird Show Park showcases show jumping, dressage, and other grandstand events on 85 acres just east of Vancouver in the Fraser Valley. As a member of the FEI World Cup Show Jumping North American League, the park is one of the largest venue of its kind on Canada's West Coast with bleacher seating for 3,500 and wireless internet for updating horses back home with competition results and your current state of sweatiness. During high-stakes events such as the Dianne Tidball Legacy Grand Prix and the Fortress Paper Grand Prix, viewers can settle into the VIP Ringside Marquee, which grants a clear view of equine prodigies posed to win $50,000, also-rans, and stranger's bald spots.
Langley Diving lures surface dwellers to exclusive underwater soirees through the deluxe diving experience. The adventure into the underwater breathing begins with properly fitting into scuba gear and sprouting flippers before Langley's PADI-certified instructors present a brief explanation of safety scuba-equipment usage. At the pool, enjoy one hour of supervised underwater time and practice the basics of scuba-diving technique. Langley Diving also snaps an underwater photo commemorating each diver's "first breath" underwater. The entire deluxe diving experience typically lasts three hours, start to finish—and while students won't be certified to dive just from one class, they will be certified to sit in puddles with scuba gear on.
Tipplers who choose the Naramata Wine Tour will traverse the vineyard-lined vistas of the Naramata Bench, visiting five to seven wineries, such as Elephant Island Orchard Wines, Laughing Stock Vineyards, and Red Rooster Winery. The Kelowna Wine Tour leads libation lovers into the sun-soaked wealth of Kelowna's wineries, with such featured stops as the Mission Hill Family Estate and Quails' Gate. Guided by an expert in the ways of wining, both tours regale visitors with tales of grapedom and include chauffeured transportation, ensuring guests will save enough energy for decadent imbibing. Naramata pick-up and drop-off is at the Summerland Waterfront Resort & Spa, about a five-hour drive from Vancouver; Kelowna pick-up and drop-off is at the Best Western Inn Kelowna, about a 4.5-hour drive.