After strapping into classic quad-roller skates, families and friends glide onto the maple hardwood rink to trundle and attempt new moves. While one of the main attractions, skating isn't the only healthy way to burn energy at Starlite Family Fun Center. There's also the multi-level padded playground where kids run, jump, slide, and swing. In the laser tag arena, teams fire photons at each other while slinking through fog and neon lights. In between heart-pumping action, visitors can head to the arcade replete with more than 30 games.
A full-service snack shack with pizza and burgers makes the space an ideal party spot. Their Star Wars Adventure Party includes 3D laser tag battles against Darth Vader. It also features pizza, soda, and light sabers for each guest. The center also accommodates youth sports teams as well as businesses for festive celebrations.
At Rockbridge Adventures, wholesome doses of exercise lurk secretly beneath layers of amusement as adult kids and actual kids climb, slide, and soar across a collection of indoor attractions. Openly defiant against gravity, bungee trampolines send jumpers flipping through the air 20 feet above the ground. Climbers race up a 24-foot rock wall, and in the padded battlezone, siblings joust for power or, more importantly, the front seat on the ride home. Healthy huffs and puffs continue in the Xbox Theater as well, where a large screen dances with Kinect games that constantly keep minds and feet moving, like a spelling bee held on a bed of hot coals. The facility invites all visitors 4 and older to open-play sessions, and also hosts dodgeball tournaments, team-building events, and birthday parties.
Kate Saville Hawkins opened Poshin Paint to provide a space where people of all artistic abilities can socialize while tapping into their creativity. It's all about discovering new talents and nurturing self-expression. The studio hosts canvas-painting classes for adults and painting parties for kids. The team of artists is also mobile—they can bring easels, paints, tables, starry nights, and other essential supplies to customers' homes for private parties. Kids' parties can include decor and cupcakes.
An official training center for the United States Polo Association, the Polobear Polo Club will teach the basics of the game to interested riders of any skill level. Each experienced instructor will demonstrate how to safely hold and swing the mallet, basic riding techniques, and rudimentary rules and strategy (rule one: no centaurs). Next, each student will be introduced to one of Polobear's training horses. After bonding with the animal (ideally while building a deck together), you'll take to the facility's large, grassy polo field and test out your polo-tential. Classes take place in groups of six or fewer so that all students receive detailed one-on-one guidance. Call to schedule your lesson.
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Between the lines of Peachtree City Tennis Center's 24 courts, expert instructors lead aspiring athletes through structured lessons and drills. Commit groundstroke adjustments to muscle memory with a fast-feed drill session, reduce both unforced errors and calories in a cardio-tennis session, or poach your opponent's weak returns and unguarded Gatorades while tending the net during a two-hour round-robin doubles session.