America has always been the most extreme country, from the Boston Tea Punchings to having the first man swear on the moon. We hold this shredding guitar solo to be self-evident with today’s Groupon to Rockbridge Adventure Recreation Center in Peachtree City. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get one three-hour open-play session (a $20 value).
- For $16, you get two three-hour open-play sessions (a $40 value).
- For $19, you get three three-hour open-play sessions (a $60 value).
Rockbridge Adventure Recreation Center gives energetic youngsters ages 6 and older room to bounce off walls with diverse activities that range from bungee trampolines to rock climbing and air cannons. Kids can practice aerial acrobatics on a trampoline while donning a bungee-attached harness, or work on their balancing acts by climbing the twisting rope-and-wood structure of the jacob’s ladder. A custom-built 24-foot wall challenges rock-climbing skills, and a 22-foot inflatable slide allows children to study laws of momentum on a structure identical to the slides used by most physics professors in their research. Pairs can duel for bragging rights in the Battlezone, an inflatable arena for jousting, boxing, sumo wrestling, and balloon-animal-making. Teams can hurl themselves out of the way of a cloud of dodgeballs shot from six air cannons during battle, or give legs a break in the custom-built Xbox theater. Parents can unleash their inner child’s stamina and get in on the action, or observe from a safe distance with a coffee from the concession stand and WiFi. Open play hours are 4 p.m.–8 p.m. on Fridays, and noon to 8 p.m. Saturdays and school holidays; a parent play pass for open-play hours can be bought from Rockbridge for $5.
At Rockbridge Adventures, wholesome doses of exercise lurk secretly beneath layers of amusement as adult kids and actual kids climb, slide, and soar across a collection of indoor attractions. Openly defiant against gravity, bungee trampolines send jumpers flipping through the air 20 feet above the ground. Climbers race up a 24-foot rock wall, and in the padded battlezone, siblings joust for power or, more importantly, the front seat on the ride home. Healthy huffs and puffs continue in the Xbox Theater as well, where a large screen dances with Kinect games that constantly keep minds and feet moving, like a spelling bee held on a bed of hot coals. The facility invites all visitors 4 and older to open-play sessions, and also hosts dodgeball tournaments, team-building events, and birthday parties.
611 Hwy. 74 S
Peachtree City, Georgia 30269Get Directions