The guides at DFWAP Adventures lead treks throughout DFW Adventure Park's 176 acres, where families, church groups, and coworkers rely upon communication and teamwork to conquer challenges ranging from paintball scenarios to scavenger hunts through the wilderness. Colleagues trade in their eight-hour workday for corporate boot camp on the challenge course by tackling conflict resolution and dealing with stress. Emergency Services Services trainees can practice through wilderness search and vertical rescue, as well as tactical medic scenarios. Groups can also plan a multi-venue event combining paintball, a wilderness challenge course, obstacle race, and ziplines for a full day adventure.
We provide gymnastics, cheerleading, and tumbling training. We offer preschool, recreational, and competitive programs. In addition, we offer special events like birthday parties, summer (and other holiday) camp, Friday Night Fun, Lunch Bunch, Clinics, Mini Camp, Scouting Programs, and School Fundraising Opportunities
Brunswick Zone has been a trusted name in recreational pin pulverizing for more than a century, providing good times to patrons across the country. Friends and families season afternoons with a pleasant peppering of strikes, spares, and easygoing gutter balls under classic bowling conditions, or take the next bold step in ball-hurling evolution and engage in a round of cosmic bowling, where dancing lights, thumping tunes, and black-lit gear light up the full sensorium. At XL locations, game rooms beckon with nimble joystick workouts on classic and modern arcade games.
The Parker House wasn't always a haunted attraction. But these days, the organizers tell a chilling tale of its origins; a story as plausible as it is horrifying. As it goes, the building once housed the Parker family, an entrepreneurial couple who transformed their residence into a funeral home. Yet it was their only daughter Mary, who may have gotten a little too close to the business. Constantly surrounded by death, she became inured to it. And when she later took over the family business, she took things in a horrifying direction: she harvested and sold organs from the deceased at a great profit. Even more horrifying, when the well of corpses from the business ran dry, she set about securing her own. Eventually she was caught, but in that time the hallways of the house saw plenty of terror. DFW Fright Nights'
organizers now recreate the funeral home's experiences as they must have been for many of Mary's hapless victims.