Amusement Parks in Suwanee


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  • Pirates Cove Miniature Golf - Duluth
    At Pirates Cove Adventure Golf, 27 challenging holes test the putting skills of players of all ages while steeping them in 18th-century pirate lore. As balls bank off rails and roll between obstacles such as boulders, the greens wind past colorful flower gardens under shady evergreens and a towering pirate ship. Throughout the course, a waterfall cascades into a stream that flows under wooden bridges, recalling how Blackbeard made his prisoners slowly walk the plank before doing a cannonball, for everyone's safety.
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    3380 Venture Pkwy
    Duluth, GA US
  • Lake Lanier Islands Harbor Landing
    Anyone with a compass and a good pair of shoes can walk through a forest. Lake Lanier Canopy Tours' guides make it their mission to give lovers of the outdoors a unique view of nature from ziplines and sky bridges that snake through the treetops around Lake Lanier Islands Resort. All in all, 30 ziplines stretch above terra firma to form several distinct paths for exploring the canopy. The Lakeside tour follows four sky bridges and several ziplines that pass over Lake Lanier itself, and the Legacy Night tour takes riders equipped with headlamps and lanterns across seven ziplines. The company's most adventurous excursion, the Pine Isle tour, makes its way across a total of 11 ziplines, including the Duals, twin lines that send riders side by side for 1,500 feet at speeds upwards of 50 miles per hour. Professional guides accompany every adventure to make sure participants are safe as they soar down the lines, traverse sky bridges, and negotiate with eagles for permission to use their trees. All of the tours are designed and built by Association for Challenge Course Technology professionals, and all gear, decks, cables, helmets, and harnesses are certified for safety.
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    7000 Lanier Islands Parkway
    Buford, GA US
  • Everland Play
    Everland Play is one of the few places where parents encourage kids to run off and join a pirate ship. Though the indoor playground's ship may just be an inflatable obstacle course, children are let loose to pretend to steer or walk the plank. The pirate theme is echoed in pictures of ships and swashbucklers decorating the multilevel play structure, chock full of colorful tunnel slides. Designed by a pair of moms for children ages 12 and under, Everland Play’s inflatables and play units share real estate with several imagination stations. Make-believe aromas waft from pots and pans as kids cook up pretend meals at the cooking station, and the costume corner’s wardrobe transforms kids into crowned princesses and caped superheroes more effectively than fairy dust. As older kids play dress up, wee ones frolic in the separated toddler area’s ball pits.
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    2355 Mall of Georgia Blvd.
    Buford, GA US
  • Great Play of Johns Creek
    At Great Play, kids are encouraged to break bottles—virtual ones, arranged on virtual shelves—in the center’s Interactive Arena. They are part of a hand-eye coordination game for kids, in which sensors track their “throws” and the computer-generated bottles projected onto the walls fall accordingly. Another version sees kids honing their throwing arms by aiming for an animated strike zone while a simulated crowd cheers. But regardless of the specific games kids play on any given day in the 3,000-square-foot arena, each activity hews to the play center’s overall goal: to build kids’ motor skills and athletic abilities from an early age. Programs for younger kids focus on fundamentals, such as running, skipping, dodging, and tumbling. Meanwhile, athletic camps for older kids build skillsets that come in handy during pick-up games on the playground or at their first Olympic trials at age 3.
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    10955 Jones Bridge Road
    Alpharetta, GA US
  • Tiny Towne
    Tiny Towne is any little kid's dream village: the year-round temperature is a balmy 72?78 degrees, the skies are always free of clouds, and they're the ones in the driver's seat. At Tiny Towne, the philosophy is that no child is too young to learn the rules of the road. Here, in a 36,000-square-foot facility, kids ages 3?16 take the wheel in a real-life video game, cruising down streets in scaled-down cars. But instead of going on a joyride to the nearest toy store, little drivers must obey all traffic signs and signals, especially if they want to move up a level. Drivers make their way through three such levels by displaying proper driving skills, completing tests on the high-tech touch-screen computers, and participating in traffic-safety educational programs. As their kids drive, parents can stroll through the town or observe from an umbrella-shaded table on the balcony. Nearby, a train that offers little kids rides circles the town and goes through a tunnel. After driving on the tracks or riding the train, kids can join their families in Tiny Towne's restaurant for a bite to eat and then head to the Carcade to play a few games.
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    2055 Beaver Ruin Road
    Norcross, GA US
  • Catch Air
    A motley collection of secure and sanitized play structures dominates each Catch Air location's indoor play arena to sate the lively imaginations of children as well as the safety concerns of their parents. Each of the four locations opens its doors seven days a week to unique lineups of attractions, including three-tiered castles covered in colorful nets and padding, with space shuttles attached to appease every child's love of anachronism. Tykes 12 and younger can wade through ball pits or take to an interactive, light-up dance floor to practice moves before they reach the age when practicing becomes embarrassing. The staff maintain a watchful eye at all times and clean every play structure daily before opening. Staffers also host parties to celebrate birthdays or the end of second-grade finals week.
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    1515 Redi Road
    Cumming, GA US

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