Activities in Noblesville


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  • White River Canoe Company
    White River Canoe Company provides outdoor entertainment for river people in the form of canoes, kayaks, and river tubes. Unlike the baby-doll clients and child CEOs of imaginary boat companies, this water-tight canoe company's customers do not need inflatable limbs to enjoy a canoe or kayak trip on the serene White River. Today?s deal is good for the popular Rusty Oar adventure, a two- to three-hour excursion that launches off at the Rusty Oar drop-in. Starting at the company?s main River Road facility, paddlers will be transported via passenger van to the drop-in point (about a 10?15 minute trip), schooled in safe river navigation, and equipped with all the necessary paddling gear. Then, selecting either a kayak ($34 plus tax) or a canoe ($42 plus tax), boaters shove off melodramatically to paddle and float down the watery way that will return them once again to River Road, where parked cars and bejeweled trolls await their owners on gravelly lots.
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    17180 River Rd
    Noblesville, IN US
  • IplayGolf365
    The piercing timbre of a well-struck drive and the satisfying rattle of a putt that found its hole grace golfers? ears year-round at Golf 365, an indoor facility that fosters on-course excellence. PGA Tour credentialed instructor Sam Foley promotes straight-hitting swings in lessons that utilize the facility?s technological refinements, including V1 video swing analysis, golf simulator practice modes, and holographic Phil Mickelsons. The spacious center facilitates independent practice on its 2,000 square-foot putting green and within hitting bays with automated tee-up technology. Chronic clubbers can enjoy an immersive golf experience with a round in a PGA Golf simulator, where vast screens conjure up the character of nearly 50 PGA Tour courses, letting players drive over the windswept mounds of the Old Course at St. Andrews or the seaside vistas at the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island. A twosome can play 18 holes in about two hours, leaving plenty of time to address other practice needs or start training their toddlers to read putts for them.
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    9625 150 Street,Suite 101
    Noblesville, IN US
  • Indy Flight Academy & Watersports
    Science-fiction fans are eternally disappointed that society hasn't yet developed the technology that would allow them to strap on a jetpack and rocket to their destination. Though Indy Flight Academy & Watersports can't supply you with a futuristic vehicle for the daily commute, it does give extreme-sports enthusiasts the chance to blast off with its Flyboard water-powered jet packs. They've taught 800 students to fly successfully, from ages seven to 65. The Flyboard?a water board with a pair of boots attached to it?is attached to long hose, which is in turn hooked up to the water jet exhaust of a jet ski. When the jet ski's driver hits the gas, the Flyboard and rider shoot up into the air atop high-powered streams of water. Riders of all ages can then fly around above the water or mimic a dolphin diving in and out.
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    236th St
    Cicero, IN US
  • Fear Factory
    In the twisting hallways and shadowy rooms where workers once nailed together coffins, evil lurks. Every weekend in October, the 30,000 square feet of Fear Factory play host to a range of hair-raising, horrifying scenes?from groups of unhinged clowns to medical experiments gone terribly awry. The maze of horrors accosts all of the senses, with strobes and black lights that let evil beings hide in the shadows and loud music that masks the sound of ever-approaching footsteps. After exiting the maze, the frights continue with grisly arcade games and fright-night concerts. For those looking for a more PG scaring, Fear Factory hosts lights-on tours that tone down the creep-factor, much like a spider wearing a baseball cap that says "Nice Legs."
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    7 S Eastern Ave.
    Batesville, IN US
  • Jump N Play Noblesville
    At Jump N Play Noblesville, parents who grow bored of the free WiFi aren't barred from entering the bounce house. The indoor playground welcomes jumpers of every age, including toddlers and their fee-paying chaperones, to leap and climb freely on a collection of inflatables. When they aren't honing their acrobatics, kids can try to win tickets from classic arcade games such as skee-ball or divvy up made-to-order pizzas. The staff also hosts parties, during which groups can rent out a private room or the entire venue.
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    1710 Pleasant St
    Noblesville, IN US
  • Cicero Fun Factory
    A chorus of giggles provides the soundtrack for the scene at Cicero Fun Factory, where sock-clad tykes dart and dash through an open floor populated by bounce houses. In between drops down the steep chutes of inflatable slides, tykes can army-crawl through tunnels or get big air inside a bounce castle. The play space also offers other sources of fun in the form of air hockey, pool, arcade games, and indoor ziplines, and it goes mobile with bounce-house rentals for birthday parties and community events.
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    50 West Buckeye Street
    Cicero, IN US

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