Anderson Farms offers the finest park in Erie for those who just want a little outdoor fun.
Don't deny your stomach an immaculate meal when you try this park's restaurant.
You won't need to get a sitter before heading to this park — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment.
Don't be caught in last place at Anderson Farms! Get practicing so your go-kart will finish ahead of the pack.
At Anderson Farms, drivers can settle for safe parking in the lot next door.
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With food just the way you like it, this park elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
Let the kids come too! Little ones love the activities at this park just as much as their parents do.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Your pet deserves the best products and that's why Plane View Farm in Erie carries healthy and affordable supplies.
Plane View Farm is surrounded by endless parking options.
Your pets deserve the best, so go to the pet store that promises only the highest quality supplies and pet-related goods. Visit Plane View Farm.
Ashleigh Hamill of Frontrange Equestrians, LLC, spent her childhood following her father across the country as he established himself as an authority on Arabian horses. Today, she carries on his legacy through affiliations with a broad spectrum of equestrian organizations, serving as Director of the Board for the Colorado Horse Council (COHCO) and Region 9 Director of the Certified Horsemanship Association – which nominated her for the “Instructor of the Year” award in 2011. When she’s not busy with these activities, Hamill is penning articles for Young Rider Magazine, Modern Arabian, and The Instructor.
Of course, Hamill wouldn’t be qualified for these roles if she didn’t lead a respected training program. Centered on the disciplines of Western, English, and rocking-horse riding, lessons are geared toward children and adult riders of all skill levels.
Children and teens engage their imaginations during dynamic adventures at your location, set in a fantastical time filled with dashing knights questing in the name of good. Groups of four to six young heroes must overcome challenging puzzles and duel with foam swords as they work together to complete tasks such as saving their village, solving a mystery, or developing the technique of crop rotation. While swinging a Swasher sword, children learn how to compete and act fairly according to the rules of swordplay. The interactive play teaches kids creative problem solving and conflict-resolution skills that incorporate negotiation and compromises to solve complex disputes.
Dizzy Family Fun Center was opened by a family in Longmont who wanted to cater activities to kids in their community. This fun center entertains older kids with a 4,000-square-foot laser tag arena, which takes on the air of dystopian town complete with crumbling brick walls and a water tower. In Kiddie Town, kids up to age 7 burn off steam in a playground structure flanked by bounce houses. Birthday parties include laser tag or Kiddie Town time, as well as soda, pizza, and credit for games in the arcade.