While crossing most ranches on the great American plain, one might be saddled on a horse or particularly lively cow, but at Eagle Falls Ranch, guests strap into ziplines and enormous hamster balls before hurdling into the sunset. High bridges and platforms connect the six ziplines, which send riders on adrenalin-spiking soars past waterfalls, over fountains, and along the Jacks Fork River. This same sense of adventure permeates the ZORB ride, where two guests strap themselves to the inside wall of a giant inflatable ball before rolling and bouncing along a 500-foot downhill course. In addition to their daytime adventure courses, Eagle Falls Ranch also hosts night zipline rides, as well as campgrounds and cabins for guests who would like to start their mornings with an invigorating downhill rush instead of a murky cup of coffee.
Amid Hardy's hardwood forests and rocky bluffs resides terrain that the Griffin family has called home for more than 60 years. Throughout the decades, the family has built Griffin Park into a destination to relax, play, and test the latest camouflage fashions amid the area's scenery and wildlife. In 2011, Gregg Griffin and his brothers overhauled the park, removing old fences and flood debris. Their cleanup efforts made way for new campsites, beaches, and a performance venue. Today, the melodies sung by artists such as Neal McCoy frequently fill the park, setting an upbeat mood for adventurous attractions including zipline and horseback rides. The Spring River passes through Griffin Park and carries canoes, kayaks, and tubes down its watery freeways. Fish such as smallmouth bass swim beneath the water's surface while more than 400 bird species sing and beat box overhead.
Physical Therapy Specialists Clnic specializes physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training, WorkSteps, and offers a Wellness & Prevention Program. Located in West Plains, MO and Mountain Grove, MO we are a certified McKenzie clinic and offer MedX, Swimex, Lymphedema and Vestibular Rehabilitation.
A small percentage of patients may not qualify for Invisalign or may require additional dental work prior to treatment. Additional fees may apply and will be discussed at the initial consultation.Orthodontist and certified Invisalign provider Dr. Bryan Hiller and Central Arkansas Orthodontic Associates restores order to unruly mouthscapes with complete Invisalign treatments for adults and teenagers. Invisalign straightens crooked chompers with a combination of highly advanced, 3-D computer graphics and the spells of old-fashioned orthodontia. The Invisalign process eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. An initial 30-minute exam, which includes x-rays, photos, and molds of your mouth terrain, paves the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into perfect alignment.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Hyperbaric therapy, life coaching
Pro Tip: Please arrive 15 minutes early
What?s your favorite part about your job?
I enjoy helping people reach their goals and improve their lives.
When and how did you first develop a passion for your work?
When I was discharged from the Army I struggled. I was fortunate to have people be there to help me along the way. As well, I went to college for my Masters in counseling to further myself and allow me to help others that are struggling. I also discovered along the way that there are holistic options that will benefit people in their struggles to become healthy and active. I have read numerous studies on hyperbaric therapy and it is life changing.
What steps do you take to make your clients feel at ease?
I take the time to get to know them as a person and put them at ease, no judgments. I look at the world from their eyes and become their partner in looking at other solutions.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
I am excited to launch my new expansion and new image with your company.
Zip Line USA’s steel cables carve more than three miles of winding trails through Ozark Mountain treetops, all ripe for exploration by guests. Designed by the respected brains at Universal Zipline Technology, the ziplines soar higher than 350 feet in the air at some points—just high enough to make eye contact with low-flying spaceships—and are dissected into chunks as long as 3,250 feet. Between each section stands a sky bridge or platform, where guides securely hitch tourgoers to cables, which they inspect each morning. Patrons zoom through the open skies for up to two hours during the day or 90 minutes at night, when only the soft glow of lanterns beckons them to the next platform like a lightning-bug mother welcoming its family home at night.