At any of the 15 Great Life Golf and Fitness locations, guests are encouraged to invent their own triathlon of gusto, switching from swimming in the pool to getting a total body workout to playing a round of golf. Great Life has facilities scattered throughout Kansas and Missouri, including golf courses such as the National Audubon Society–certified River Oaks and the links at The Oaks, which were designed by Tom Bendelow and opened in the 1920s. Golfers looking for quick rounds can drop by the nine-hole courses at Maple Creek, Abilene, and CedarBrook. Gyms such as the 14,000-square-foot fitness center at Berkshire allow members or guests to pump iron or run on treadmills when they aren’t helping their golf balls safely reach the greens by paying golf carts to drink all of the water hazards dry. Although amenities vary at each club, all of Great Life Golf and Fitness’s venues boast a pro shop, and the courses at Berkshire and Prairie View maintain driving ranges where golfers can make golf balls practice flying without their parachutes.
Sculpted into the rocky hillsides that comprise the shores of an Atlantic Ocean inlet, The View Golf Resort charms clubbers with sweeping vistas throughout its nine-hole, executive course. Seaside breezes snake through groves of pine trees and fairway-side shrubs, cooling off players and hot-tempered 9-irons as they traverse the 2,250-yard layout. Though lacking in overall length, the course challenges duffers with narrow fairways cleaved through ponds, sand traps, and natural hazards, placing accurate shot-making at a premium.
Along with its scenic fairway chain, The View Golf Resort regales guests with two distinct eating options—the Dining Room and Lounge—that serve a menu of traditional Newfoundland cuisine. Six well-appointed suites dot the resort’s placid expanse, providing overnight accommodations for those hoping to enjoy a romantic getaway with their golf bag or spend a weekend boating, hiking, or fishing in the resort’s rustic surroundings.
Course at a Glance: * 9-hole, par 34 course * Length of 2,250 yards from the farthest tees * Two tee options * View scorecard
Opened in 1989, Drop Zone Paintball Park's six fields sprawl over 89 acres of land, which play host to combat during sun or rain showers. In one field, a castle scenario corrals players into elevated turrets to defend against opponents who fire from surrounding towers across a makeshift moat. Elsewhere, trees lining ravines offer safe cover so shooters can take careful aim at their foes or draw their sweetheart's initials upon the trunks. Along with space for paintball and tournament-style speedball, the park's designers designated a special zone near the castle field where nonplayers can watch the action from a safe distance.
Golfers of all skill levels can swing the day away on the well-manicure greens at Osawatomie Golf Course, where an 18-hole, par 71 course unfurls with rolling fairways, verdant flora, and clear ponds. While attempting to overcome the course's lush, challenging topography, players can rove over pastures in their provided golf carts, the ideal mode of transportation to the snack bar, the driving range, or a forgotten dentist's appointment. After dotting the course with a series of complicated divots, golfers can refuel their energy at the snack bar with a choice of hamburger, cheeseburger, polish sausage, or hot dog, each served with a side of chips and a soft drink.
CastleRock Paintball field is located just 4 miles west of Pomona Ks on hwy 268. We offer a unique Castle field and a hyper-ball field for those teams that want a fast paced game! Built in a former rock quarry so we can play whether it rains or not!!
Pumpkin-pickers of all ages can frolic throughout the five acres of Peckham's Pumpkin Patch, where myriad agricultural attractions abound for autumnal amusement. Upon arrival, visitors board a hay wagon for direct, nonstop service to the pumpkin patch, where their future holiday pies and pumpkin rigatonis await them. Children and the young-at-heart can clamber up 20- and 40-inch tube slides, or ricochet against the walls of a bounce house. More than 200 large bales unite to form the hay maze, which outthinks guests with twists, turns, and super-intelligent lab mice.