Looking for a fun way to spend the afternoon while getting in a decent work out? Look no further than Twin Rivers Roller Rink in Grove Hill.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Experienced instructor, trainer, and cowgirl Cheryl Glass brings her vast knowledge of all things equine to Horse Rides of Pensacola. Originally a trail-ride outfit, Horse Rides of Pensacola has grown over the past decade to include camps, lessons taught by trained instructors, and charitable events. During camps, kids learn riding techniques and also participate in fishing, wild blueberry picking, access to water slide, and arts and crafts activities. Introductory classes teach pupils equestrian techniques, grooming riders with the fundamentals of equine safety, anatomy, and proper form before they move on to more intense classes such as Equine 101 or Advanced Equine 101. Camps available for children of age three or older.
Dreamland Skate Center accommodates wheeled escapades in a recently updated facility that features airbrushed wall art and refinished flooring. After lacing up pairs of roller, speed, or inline skates, duos can orbit the baby-blue rink while listening to DJ jams or whistling a medley of cartoon theme songs. Cosmic laser lights permeate the premises on Friday and Saturday nights, when the center extends its hours until 11 p.m. In the laser-tag area, glowing beams propel competitors into hiding or spur them into action against faux foes. Nearby, an arcade attracts stationary visitors with air hockey, driving games, and a colorful prize wall.
If you're bowling skills are rusty, work on your game at De Luna Lanes in Pensacola.
Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this alley's restaurant for high-class food.
Both the young and the young-at-heart will dig the family-oriented activities and atmosphere at this alley.
Great food plus TV equals the perfect fan meal.
Whether you want beer or something stronger, you're covered.
Dining at De Luna Lanes comes with dancing and a DJ, so make sure to wear your party shoes.
You may be better off finding a table during the week, as weekends at the alley tend to be packed.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Come summertime, a green and blue giant makes its way across the United States, taking over the streets and shutting down normal traffic. Yet citizens don't cower. They laugh, dance, and—most importantly—don their loudest swimwear for a chance to tackle the beast: a gigantic water slide presented in an event known as Slide the City. The event covers more than three football fields worth of straight asphalt in a colorful vinyl slide (complete with padding underneath), then sprays the whole thing down with water, creating a low-friction surface that both kids and adults can zip down at high speeds.
The recently renovated Landmark Skate and Fun Center offers families a cornucopia of indoor activities inside an air-conditioned entertainment emporium. A skating ring sets the stage for jaw-dropping pirouettes during open-skate sessions and private events. Hands and eyes concentrate their efforts against automated enemies in the arcade area, and a techno-dance area lets feet showcase their rhythmic floor-touching skills. For kids, the play zone boasts a series of super slides and a balloon room, where children can safely bounce around without fear of sailing off into space.