Club-swingers at Heritage Shores Club launch aerodynamic orbs over 7,000 yards of greens and fairways, aiming to shoot a par 72. The Arthur Hills–designed course is built to be both challenging and fun, with water flanking many shots, bunkers creeping just out of view, and clowns waiting in the bushes to juggle lost balls. Five varying tees dot the start of each hole, making rounds customizable according to skill level and preference, and building in variation for future visits. Pairs and foursomes follow their mini globes in carts, gliding over the course's undulating fairways and celebrating good shots by steering donuts on well-manicured greens.
Nightmare's Haunted House fills its dreadful depths with the trappings of its visitors' greatest fears, including crazed clowns, murderous ghouls, and throngs of the undead. Massive plumes of flame guard the entrance to this multilevel fright, where a cast of volunteer spooksters shudders down narrow hallways to the sound of chainsaws and blood-curdling screams that emanate around every creepy corner. Come face to face with Dr. Death, traverse the ethereal spinning lights of the Spinning Vortex of Terror, and fight with the Butcher over his exorbitant prices for ground round.
From 3,500 feet, you can barely even see the wild horses roaming Chincoteague Island. But when you’re hang gliding alongside an instructor from Virginia Hang Gliding, it doesn’t seem to matter much. What you can see from these towering heights are awe-inspiring views of waves crashing in from both the Atlantic and the Chesapeake Bay while you feel the adrenaline rush of soaring through the air. Clients help maneuver the glider over Virginia’s scenic beaches, far above the other visitors and the hundreds of bottles containing notes about boring islands. The whole time, they rest safe in the knowledge that they’re in the capable hands of one of the experienced pros who ride along.
Inside Stratosphere Trampoline Park, groups of daring jumpers defy the Earth's fierce gravitational grip upon grids of trampolines. Whether leaping through open jump sessions or playing games of dodgeball, visitors aerially traverse the wide arenas, rocketing off angled surfaces and diving into pits full of foam cubes. And since the planet's will cannot be fought forever, the park also contains a set of batting cages, where visitors can work towards their goal of one day sending their spherical projectiles into geosynchronous orbit.
CoCo's Funhouse's colorful 7,500-square-foot interior welcomes youngsters aged 2–10 to play safely as they bounce off air-filled walls and jump on giant inflatables. Private party rooms help groups celebrate birthdays and other events with ample balloons, extra-large pizzas, popsicles, and drinks.