Amusement Parks in The Colony


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  • Urban Air Trampoline Park
    Kids often drive their parents up the wall, but at Urban Air Trampoline Park, they can just climb up the walls alone. At four locations throughout Texas including Mansfield, Frisco, Southlake, and their newest location opening in Rockwall in May 2014, trampolines line the floors and walls of enormous open spaces, providing several zones for visitors to jump, flip, and fall softly into hunks of foam. Activity areas may vary at each location, but they range from the Apex—a wide, sprawling space for freeform leaping—to the Bowl—a narrow pit designed for plenty of off-the-walls mayhem. Many parks also have spaces for toddlers to venture out safely as well as slam-dunk arenas and dodgeball courts, where both kids and adults can compete in familiar games without being weighed down by gravity's boring rules. This rich variety of activities has earned Urban Air Trampoline Park a bevy of attention and awards, including back-to-back "Best Trampoline Park" wins from Fort Worth Child magazine and a mention as one of Shape magazine's "Coolest Clubs in America." Beyond the everyday action, some nights see the trampolines glow with neon lights as DJs spin, while toddlers take over the entire park on certain mornings for pre-school jump sessions. Groups can also reserve the trampolines for special events and parties, whether they're celebrating a kid's birthday or commemorating a coworker's retirement by bouncing him into orbit.
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    10570 John W Elliott Dr.
    Frisco, TX US
  • Zone Action Park
    Zone Action Park thrills family members young and old with themed fun zones that quench thirsts for go-karting, bouncing, mini golf on two brand new 18-hole courses, and batting practice. The Speed Zone pits kids as young as 3 years old against each other for zipping go-kart action, whereas a bounce area lets them hop safely on inflatable jumps or slides. Batters practice against slow- or fast-pitch machines in the Strike Zone. Inside, the Game Zone fosters friendly competition with family-friendly games such as Big Bass Wheel and Treasure Quest fueled by hot fresh pizza from their cafe that happily serves large parties and birthdays.
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    1951 N Summit Ave.
    Lewisville, TX US
  • Dr Pepper StarCenters
    The Dr Pepper StarCenters, located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, provide general skating, hockey lessons and figure skating lessons. We also have hockey leagues for all ages and abilities.
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    4020 West Plano Parkway
    Plano, TX US
  • Dark Hour Haunted House
    Something's not right about the the cemetery that lies outside Coven Manor. Despite the long-gone dates on the gravestones, something feels present as you make the uneasy walk up to the building's front doors. And as these creak open, prepare yourself for more than 30,000 sq. ft. of terror. The ghosts, ghouls, and witches have taken out a permanent lease on Dark Hour Haunted House, which doesn't just welcome trembling house guests during Halloween. The professional designers, directors, and actors behind this haunted house design a new themed experience each month—one that should deliver scares fit for any season. February, for example, might introduce visitors to a love story gone wrong, while winter brings Wreck the Halls, when Krampus and other festive frights take over the manor and refuse to kiss anyone, no matter how much mistletoe you dangle in front of them.
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    701 Taylor Drive
    Plano, TX US
  • LEGOLAND Discovery Center Grapevine
    LEGOLAND Discovery Center gives kids a little round-headed person's view of the world, surrounding them with blown-up versions of normally miniature plastic environments. At six locations across North America, children ages 3 and older—and their adults—drive all-terrain buggies through a Lego forest in hot pursuit of bank robbers, travel through a dungeon blasting skeletons with laser guns, and build and test their own race cars on a colorful track. At every location, visitors can enter the 4D Cinema, where 3D Lego films are enhanced with in-theater weather effects such as wind and snow. They can also look out over Lego-brick recreations of the local city that feature scale models of landmarks such as Chicago's Navy Pier. An exploration of the bright world of plastic bricks doesn't have to end at the attractions. To continue the fun at home, shops at each location house hundreds of current Lego sets.
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    3000 Grapevine Mills Pkwy.
    Grapevine, TX US
  • Surf and Swim
    The aquatic playland at Surf and Swim aims to bring the quintessential beach experience to a controlled water park. Inner tubes and their passengers float atop a wave pool's sprawling waters, splashing as the sun lovingly stares deep into their eyes. Pipes, plastic animals, and fountains pepper the kids area, and the aptly named Chill and Grill Cafe serves up burgers and fries. On select nights, the park transforms into an outdoor movie theater, where groups can swim and bob for their ticket stubs while watching a full-size screen.
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    440 West Oates Road
    Garland, TX US

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