Helmed by passionate sky-scraper Scott Newman, Maritime Hang Gliding Academy transports the landlocked to breathtaking heights with tandem glides and lessons. After donning a harness, novice flyers strap into the tandem hang glider with the expert wind-catcher before climbing up to 1,000-1,500 feet, depending on wind strength and forecasted kite-traffic patterns. With comprehensive safety chats and sturdy harnesses, the airy jaunts introduce students to the quiet of engine-free sky transportation.
Calvert Events brings people together. The company's networking events help entrepreneurs meet with business leaders from startups and established companies that have endured the test of time, even that one year in the 90s when everyone forget their ATM codes. Calvert Events' team also hosts beauty shows. On these occasions, consumers can sample products and meet with designers, jewelry makers, cosmetic companies, hair designers, and other fashionable attendees.
The Fundy Complex combines restaurants, nightlife, and sightseeing to give visitors and locals myriad ways to enjoy the Bay of Fundy. At Fundy Restaurant, diners gaze out of the 80-foot glass solarium to watch the boats and boardwalk while enjoying fresh seafood such as lobster and scallops. Meanwhile, boardwalk seating along the water is an apt extension of Dockside Restaurant's relaxed atmosphere, which invites locals and yachtsmen to stop by for a meal or drink. During the evening hours, Club 98 capitalizes on the region's vibrant nightlife with DJs and dancing.
For self-guided adventures, the complex rents kayaks during spring and summer months. Guests can also stay close to all the sights and activities at Dockside Suites, which offers cozy rooms to retire to, each equipped with the comforts of home such as full kitchens and balconies boasting panoramic views.
Nearly half a century ago, a group of 80 golf lovers decided to transform a farm into a course where the salty breezes off of St. Mary’s Bay would blow in and grassy fairways would flourish. Their vision was realized in the founding of Clare Golf & Country Club, whose original front nine were joined by a back nine in the '80s, filling out a championship 18-hole layout. The course embraces beginners, but still challenges golfers who have earned their black belts in putting, inviting all players to exercise their long game at three par 5s while avoiding the stream wending its way among the fairways. After hiring a math-bowl champ to tally up their scorecards, players can unwind on the wraparound porch of the newly built clubhouse that replaced the course’s original farmhouse, refuel at the restaurant and bar, or drop by the pro shop for a new set of golf balls.
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There are few places where you can ride down a log flume, rappel down a tree, and pilot your own bumper car all in one day. Upper Clements Park achieves just that, combining the excitement of a traditional amusement park with the thrills of an adventure park up in the trees. The adventure park's wooded course challenges bodies to survive monkey bridges, cargo nets,a and 14 zippiness, while amusement park entertains visitors with 30 rides and attractions including a ferris wheel and wooden roller coaster. Once you conquer each and every ride, stop by a snack shop for everything from poutine to cotton candy or peruse the gift shop for a t-shirt that proclaims your new title: "King of the Carousel."