Redeemed January 2, 2012
What You'll Get
Outdoor playgrounds are all fun and games until basketballs deflate, milk cartons spill, or Red Rover sends rabies right over. Embrace outdoor explorations with today’s Groupon: for $9, you get an all-day, unlimited-play wristband at Adventure Kingdom in Lumberton (a $19 value). This Groupon is not valid for Water Wars games.
Adventure Kingdom's Renaissance-themed play park entertains guests with attractions such as outdoor mini golf, bumper cars, and regal swan paddle boats, similar to those found in the Boston Harbor. The mini-golf course plays up the park's theme with water-hazard moats and mutton-leg-laden greens, and bumper cars replicate the standard car size of the Renaissance era. A turtle-filled pond invites visitors to feed the wildlife, and Adventure Kingdom welcomes picnics and bolsters the outdoor experience with complimentary volleyball and horseshoes and outdoor toys such as frisbees, soccer balls, and more.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 4 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Adventure Kingdom
Seven acres of mini golf, bumper cars, paddleboats, and other attractions enthrall the young and young-at-heart at Adventure Kingdom. The park's Renaissance theme pervades 18 holes of mini golf, where colorful plaster knights joust, and a period stockade locks up players deemed criminally over par by a jury of their opponents. Fueled by gas, the bumper cars swivel and smack, and paddleboats shaped like swans gracefully float along tranquil waters. Hot days make Water Wars a must-see, as visitors hurl water balloons toward targets that trigger an onslaught of noise, splashing, and spontaneous melting.
Nearby, a log cabin built in 1932 hosts the opening scenes of birthday parties and field trips. As the birthday child tears into gifts atop a throne bordered by rich hardwood paneling, a rough-hewn wooden table sports guests' goblets and supplied tiaras. Field trippers enjoy a history lesson about Texan frontier life or about the Renaissance before racing toward free volleyball courts and horseshoes or picnic tables and tents perfect for outdoor feasts or meetings about new recess-line etiquette.