Bounce Away FunPlex & Mini Golf specializes in gravity-defying fun. In one area, kids jump extra high atop floors and walls made of trampolines?playing dodgeball or jumping into brightly colored foam pits. In another area, youngsters leap around inflatable bounce houses, decorated with gleeful cartoon characters. Visitors saving their jump energy for an upcoming moon mission can partake in the complex's 18-hole mini-golf course, complete with a tinkling waterfall. Inflatables and mini-golf can be purchased separately.
Helmed by lifelong Cortland residents Stephen and Patricia Jordan, Shipwreck Golf Amusement Center regales fun-seeking guests of all abilities with three engaging attractions. The 18-hole, indoor black light mini-golf course takes putt-putters on a pilgrimage through a 450-foot labyrinth of smooth faux-greens framed by phosphorescent murals depicting underwater ruins and neon incarnations of each golfer?s embarrassing yearbook photos. Playful music is complemented by emerald corridors that snake through a pirate-themed pastiche of misting waterfalls, wooden ships, and lush palm trees. The scampering feet of kids age 2?10 can bounce, bound, and barrel roll across the cushy floor of the bounce houses that populate Shipwreck?s play area, which also includes a dress-up area, two play houses, and a play office where kids can jubilantly file tax forms.
Black lights spill across an indoor arena, casting a fluorescent glow over a squadron of laser-tag players as they wait silently for the start of a new round. Suddenly, fast-paced music blares and the air is filled with more flashes of red than a confused stoplight. Friendly battles like these are everyday occurrences at Fun Station. The sprawling family-centric center houses everything from air hockey, to skee-ball, to a miniature bowling alley. Laughter emerges from within colliding bumper cars, while pizza and hotdogs anchor the snack shop's menu. The family attractions also extend outside, where visitors are often found settling land disputes at a miniature-golf course or speed across a tire-lined go-kart track.
At Skaneateles Restaurant, feel free to swing by solo for a cup of coffee or meet some friends for a light lunch
this charming cafe welcomes all visitors.
At Skaneateles Restaurant, business casual is the norm, so save your suit and tie for another day.
In addition to its great location, Skaneateles Restaurant is also located near plenty of parking options.
Looking to put a new spin on a classic family activity, the minds behind Glowgolf decided to give the game a phosphorescent update. Incandescent courses place friends and family amid a tropical-fantasy golf world of neon orange, green, and violet surroundings. Players putt luminous orbs through vibrant treasure chests and glimmering windmills while negotiating tricky obstacles near walls portraying black-light-lit aquatic scenes. With more than 20 locations spread over 10 states, Glowgolf's fluorescent labyrinths challenge human players and traveling gnomes.
Floodlights replace the sun during nightfall at Four Seasons Golf & Ski Center, keeping the miniature golf courses and batting cages aglow for nighttime visitors. During the summer, guests can wind through miniature fairways that incorporate small-scale replicas of The Statue of Liberty, Niagara Falls, and the world's smallest caddies. During the winter, Four Seasons? slopes welcome copious amounts of snow to facilitate skiing, snowboarding, and snowtubing. The newly renovated facility also hosts a game room and specialty ice cream shop.