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Long-time bowling industry leader with locations all across the country features bowling packages and entertaining arcades
Customers can select from bamboo-lid and bowling bottles and personalize them with their own graphic, image, or text
An arena made of stretchy trampolines with basketball courts, dodgeball, and other games that dare visitors to challenge the laws of gravity
Players practice their short games on a safari-themed putt-putt golf course before heading to the arcade
Experienced guides send whole families zipping through lush forest canopy on an ecofriendly excursion
People of all ages and skill levels can spend a fun day out while bouldering, top-rope climbing, and playing miniature golf
Kids bounce across massive trampolines, perform aerial feats, and compete on dodgeball and basketball courts
Overlooking the beautiful Roanoke Valley of Virginia, Hanging Rock Golf Club is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. The course, designed by Russell Breeden, offers a championship layout that guarantees Roanoke golf enthusiasts of all skill levels a challenging and exciting round.
A gaming center that uses computer simulators to take gamers on virtual adventures
The Championship Tees at Blue Hills are almost 6500 yards, playing to a 70.1 Rating and 120 USGA Rated Slope. Blue Hills Golf Club is a very enjoyable course to play in Roanoke, VA. The beginner golfer can enjoy the round, while the advanced golfer will still be challenged.
Trail rides begin with an arena lesson; both trail rides and wagon rides explore the scenic landscape around the farm
Guests can compete against each other or role-play on the open-play battlefield with their friends or total strangers
It's great to be a long hitter in golf, but accurate tee and approach shots can reward you more than raw distance when you play our outstanding course at Auburn Hills Golf Club in Riner, Va. Dramatic elevation changes of more 100 feet create the kind of excitement here that golfers savor. Here's your chance to drive your ball off elevated tee boxes to scenic fairways below. The rolling terrain and large, undulating greens, many guarded by bunkers, are part of the many adventures in golf you'll find on our course.
The unmistakable elements of a Pete Dye design and Virginia Tech’s commitment to excellence and tradition are immediately apparent from the moment you arrive at “The River”. Most people simply say, “Wow!” The extraordinary clubhouse rests on a rock cliff seventy feet above the historic and pristine New River. Spectacular views of the golf course and the river will confirm that you have arrived at a very special destination. A friendly welcome by our staff awaits you whether you are here for golf, to dine in the restaurant, or attend a special event.
Members can explore their genealogy with the museum’s expansive collection of historical files, and receive 10% off gift-shop purchases
Learn the basics of scuba diving in a two-hour session with a certified instructor
The Mission of How to Go to Heaven is to help evangelize the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world.
Travel into the past inside subterranean passages 120 feet below ground with a record-setting stalagmite and dazzling crystals
Natural-history museum’s new Living on the Water exhibit opens July 26; other exhibits include Wild Watersheds and Fossil Overlook
Lexington Golf & Country Club, the second oldest club in the Commonwealth of Virginia, was chartered on March 31, 1902. That same year the original golf course was constructed by the club’s charter members. The original 9-hole course was sold in 1935 and is now the Fairwinds subdivision. In 1930, the club purchased the 96-acre Tri-Brook Farm on which they constructed the 9-hole golf course. In 1966, sixty more acres were acquired and the old course was plowed in order to construct the 18-hole course known as the Jewel of the Valley.
Participants can ride for hours along a scenic and serene trail; instructors help them to learn the basics of horseback riding
SeaQuest takes you on a journey around the planet where you can see, touch and feed more than 1200 animals
Plan the most amazing golf vacation at our premier West Virginia golf resort. Set in the stunning beauty of the Appalachian Mountains, our three 18-hole championship golf courses combine the best of approachability and challenges. Consistently ranked among the top 5 golf courses in the state, Glade Springs boasts of some of the country's finest championship layouts.
Within an hour’s drive from Charleston, this course is a favorite with both locals as well as vacationers in the state. Designed by the acclaimed golf course architect Tom Clark, the Woodhaven Course was completed in 2010. This course prides itself on offering not just a majestic view of the gorge, but also spectacular mountainous terrain scenery. Created for the specific purpose of complementing Glade Springs' signature golf courses - the Cobb and the Stonehaven - the Woodhaven Course is designed with returning nines with shelters at the farthest extremes of the routing. The course follows a path through stunning rock outcroppings, and a breathtakingly beautiful forest of maple, beech, oak, hickory, and huge rhododendrons. This West Virginia golf course has two distinct nine-hole loops - one overlooks Glade Creek Gorge and plays up and down a series of swales, while the other journeys through a steeper valley that promises surprises at every turn. The natural rock gardens and the native areas not only add to the beauty of the course, but also test the player’s skill and ability to execute a strategic play.
Explore a beautiful herb garden during a tour for two or four
Beginners can learn the basics of horseback riding, while more experienced riders may work toward learning barrel racing and pole bending
Participants get a chance to test their agility, stamina, and strength during the 10K or 5K obstacle race
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From the merchant: Learn to play quickly and correctly. Many styles of playing and music taught.
Vast collection of artifacts illustrates the history of the Shenandoah Valley
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