Until mankind first stepped outside in 1934, nature was thought to be a fanciful myth, like yogurt or the clutch hitter. Spend a few hours soaring through the fresh air of truth with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for a 2-hour laser-tag adventure for one (a $40 value)
- $44 for a 10-leg, approximately 2-hour Coach Class zipline tour for one (an $89 value)
For laser tag, players choose from nearly 20 different game scenarios. Operation Eagle One challenges participants to safely deliver a VIP to a rendezvous point as terrorists try to halt their mission, and Domination requires a team to protect a command center as enemies attempt infiltrate it. A computer system integrated into each laser gun emits audio feedback with every shot, signaling when it strikes an enemy or needs to be fed.
During the Coach Class zipline tour, ACCT-certified instructors guide groups of up to seven participants through an aviation-themed zipline course that winds through lush woods. Air navigators clad in harnesses, helmets, gloves, and Tarzan suits cover 1.5 miles of engineer-designed cable while swinging 40–100 feet above the ground. Patrons sail between 10 sky decks, each named after an airport code, to catch breathtaking views. After scheduling reservations, Groupon holders can call Kersey Valley to upgrade to the longer First Class tour for an additional $24.
Kersey Valley offers a range of family fun for everyone. Its laser tag course plunges competitors into military-style battles through more than 20 different firefight scenarios across 55 acres of battlefields. Lasers modeled after MP5 submachine guns fire over 1,000 feet during assassination missions or airstrike missions when the staff careens through the air on ziplines while trying to pick players off. The zipline adventure tours prove equally thrilling for Kersey Valley visitors, who glide through the skies across 14 legs of sail-ways that stretch between 200 and 800 feet per leg. Some first-time riders prefer to stretch their aerial time to the max by zipping more than 800 feet long in one run. Those who prefer to keep their amusements more grounded may challenge themselves with themed escape rooms or frolic through seasonal, family-themed adventures, including the Maize Adventure and the Kersey Valley Spookywoods.
1615 Kersey Valley Rd.
High Point, North Carolina 27263Get Directions