Pirate’s Island Adventure Golf welcomes land-loving children, adults, and seniors for a high-seas putting adventure. Pirate ships, dungeons, caves, and waterfalls adorn the two 18-hole courses of challenging angles and tricky terrain. Play all 36 holes with this all-day pass for multiple chances to win the ultimate hidden treasure—mini-golf bragging rights to lord over your family, colleagues, or date. Experienced club swingers can practice their short game while novice putters can strive for that elusive hole-in-one or the zen-meditation exercise of the hole-in-none.
A 5,000-square-foot splash park, 50-meter Olympic pool with diving well, covered picnic shelter, and full concession stand await visitors to PCB Aquatic Center, which invites bathing-suit clad citizens to revel in its refreshing, state-of-the-art facilities. After emerging from locker rooms with heated showers, patrons can plunge into classes on lifeguarding, water-aerobics instructing, or basic and advanced pool figure-drawing or just relax and lap alongside other swimmers in the temperature-controlled waters. As scuba-geared divers explore underwater views in certification courses, children can splash their way into swim lessons led by certified water-safety instructors, before winding down from their amphibious education by winding down one of several water slides.
The quality of any education depends on the classroom, and there's no better place to learn to scuba dive than Key West. At Diving Key West, scuba experts take full advantage of the region's aquatic treasures, which include wildlife such as coral reefs and manta rays swimming in year-round 80-degree water with clear visibility. Classes range from scuba tours, charters, and lessons to tutorials in freediving, spearfishing, and snorkeling.
A giant fan comes to life, you take a few steps, and in just a few seconds gravity loses all meaning. That breathtaking experience happens time and again thanks to the instructors at Freedom Flight Center. During tandem paragliding flights, they help people soar beneath an open canopy, allowing for 360-degree views of everything below—the beach, the ocean, perhaps even dolphins. The paraglider can take its passengers up to 1,000 feet, nearly twice as high as the person who always sits in front of you at the movies.