Fun Tyme Adventure Parks lives up to its name with a multitude of amusements and family-friendly activities. Inside an impressive—and warm—golf dome, players of all skill levels can sharpen their swings in preparation of hitting the links. Fun Tyme’s Can-Am go-karts race through winding tracks, giving drivers a taste of how professional racecar drivers might feel. You can even use your problem-solving skills to outsmart your pals during a round of adventure mini golf. Finish off with a few games at the arcade, or a visit to the batting cages, where you can imagine hitting the game-winning home run off John Elway to win the Stanley Cup.
At Extreme Fun’s inflatable playland, kids bounce, climb, and slide across 27,000 square feet of springy tunnels and obstacles. With feet snug inside socks or thumbless mittens, young ones can explore the climate-controlled play area’s collection of sturdy inflatables, which include Nickelodeon characters, Superman–theme obstacle courses, and Finding Nemo stations that take kids through the cushy mouth of a great white shark. In addition to the inflatables, extreme Fun also features a collection of interactive video games.
With more than 20 years in business, head coach Lisa Luton-Hodges has seen her share of regional and national equestrian champions. As recently as 2011, she led the Williamston High School equestrian team all the way to a reserve state championship. Luton Training Center is the place where such journeys begin. Riders of all skill levels learn the basics of western, hunt-seat, and saddle-seat techniques amid the splendor of Michigan's rolling hills, or in the 150'x70' indoor arena for when skies are full of rain or the kind of clouds that terrify horses. The facility also offers boarding and training services.
play. owner Shelley Thomas is invested in creating environmentally safe play places for kids, while also giving their parents and caretakers a place to gather. play. was built with that vision. play.'s structure is built with natural, local, and organic materials, into a space where kids aged 6 or younger could frolic while parents relaxed with other adults. In the 2,600-square-foot space, kids can adventure in play areas and shop at a pretend farmers' market or cavort across a stage in elaborate costumes and props. Tykes who wish to check in with Clifford, Dora the Explorer, or Hamlet can nestle into the reading nook with a favorite book. Beside permanent play spots, constantly evolving interest areas accommodate new attractions, such as a chalk wall and a basketball hoop, that enthrall drop-in visitors and birthday-party guests alike. Along with unstructured play, classes led by experienced educators engage tykes with art activities and interactive projects. During the warmer months, play. also offers summer camps that run for two-week sessions and let children explore and create while accompanied by staff and guest instructors.