Activities in New Castle

Exotic-Car Driving Experience or Ride-Along from Adventure Supercars (Up to 51% Off). 14 Options Available.

Adventure Supercars

Pittsburgh International Race Complex

$99 $49

Customers experience driving a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Nissan, BMW, or McLaren themselves around a track

$30 for Entry to The Dirty Dash on Saturday, August 2 ($50 Value)

The Dirty Dash

Pittsburgh

$50 $30

Runners navigate muddy obstacles in an un-timed race that focuses on fun, instead of competition

Choose an Exotic Supercar to Ride-Along or Drive on a Professional Racetrack (Up to 59% Off)

Xtreme Xperience

Pitt Race

$239 $99

Test drive exotic cars like a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Nissan, Audi, and more at high speeds on a professional racetrack

Two Games of Bowling with Shoes and Pizza for Two, Four, or Six at Sim's Bowling Lanes (Up to 54% Off)

Sim's Bowling Lanes

Beaver Falls

$23.50 $12

This all-ages bowling alley boasts 40 lanes, a full bar, and frequent visits from live bands and local Djs

$25 for an All-Day ATV and Dirt-Bike Park Visit for Two at Mines & Meadows ($50 Value)

Mines & Meadows

New Beaver

$50 $25

Bikers and ATV riders race down 75 miles of underground and outdoor trails that give thrills and views throughout 600 acres of land

Entry to the 5K or 15K Race at the BattleFrog Race Series on Saturday, September 27 (Up to 51% Off)

BattleFrog Race Series

Mines and Meadows ATV/RV Resort

$99 $49

Race designed by Navy SEALs tests your strength and endurance on obstacles; real SEALs demonstrate action sequences inspired by their work

Four Weeks of Unlimited Martial Arts Classes at New Castle Martial Arts (50% Off)

New Castle Martial Arts

New Castle

$80 $40

We are committed to providing the highest quality instruction along with professionalism and great service.

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The Dirty Dash isn't the kind of race where runners try to set a new record. There are no ribbons or trophies for the first runner across the finish line either. That's because the real fun of this race isn't in winning, it's in the actual running itself. And watching groups of costumed adults play in the mud, of course.

Part light-hearted race, part military-style obstacle course, The Dirty Dash challenges runners with a course strewn with muddy obstacles with a focus on fun. In order to reach the finish, runners will have to hop over hay bales in mud pits, navigate rows and rows of tires set in wet soil, and even launch themselves down a foamy, 175-foot slip-n-slide. Besides the ultimate reward?the opportunity to spend a day in the mud?each participant also gets a t-shirt, pig tattoo, bandana, and pig decal, as well as a perfect excuse to visit their favorite dry cleaner.

Mines & Meadows Resort
Wampum,
PA
US

Sim's Bowling Lanes hosts open bowling seven days a week, inviting bowlers of all ages to come together and bond over some good-old-fashioned pin pummeling. DJs and live bands often play while players take turns tossing strikes and spares, and, on select nights, a karaoke machine lets the bowlers take the stage to sing their favorite tunes or read aloud from their unfinished memoirs. Between frames, guests can head to alley?s bar to toast the competition with a few beers or refuel for the next game with snacks like gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and baskets of wings.

7245 Big Beaver Blvd
Beaver Falls,
PA
US

Project Mud might remind adults of the fun they had as a child—running in an open field, sliding into a muddy pond, and crawling through a mud-filled tunnel. The Project Mud 5K challenges individual competitors to drudge their way through 18 mud-covered obstacles in a bid to make their way to the finish line. Those who cross the checkered line celebrate with fellow racers and spectators alike during a lively after party, where live bands and DJs inspire crowds to dance while food vendors serve fresh dishes and cold beer. Proceeds from each event help fund charities in each city, ensuring money collected goes to a good cause instead of serving as fodder for thieving tooth fairies.

1307 Old Rte. 18
Wampum,
PA
US

Securely fastened into a tandem-parachute system, an instructor and a pupil tumble from a Skylane Cessna 182, a floating sensation running through their bodies for the 45- to 60-second plummet. Back on solid ground, a 25-acre drop zone reunites divers post-free-fall, and in the distance, Skydive Pennsylvania's pilots shuttle other divers skyward in a fleet of aircrafts that includes a King Air, which can ascend 13,500 feet in 15 minutes. The on-ground personnel photograph all tandem and instruction-assisted-free-fall dives, converting their footage into professionally edited slideshows of stills and screensavers for skydiving-prone laptops.

496 Old Ash Rd
Mercer,
PA
US