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Fun is an understatement with these kinds of activities all in one spot at the Sunapee Adventure Park right at Mt. Sunapee.
Words like whoopee and a blast come to mind when I think of what it would be like to experience this adventure park.
Take advantage of all the activities they have to offer all summer and fall from the end of June to mid Oct. Daily 9 – 5 in the summer and weekends and holidays 9 – 4 during the fall.
I think my favorites would be the obstacle course and climbing wall. I’d do these over and over again.
This looks sooo fun! I’m adding it to my bucket list! Try this massive obstacle course with spider nets, rickety bridges, tight ropes, and more. Beginner to advanced courses available.
Cost: $39 for four loop session
Climb the wall and jump into the air bag. Oh me next!
Cost: 6 jumps or climbs $25
Dangle your feet, look down and around at the beautiful views as you ride the ski lift and hike down the mountain.
Cost: $10 6+, free 5 and under
A cross between golf and frisbee. Try to throw the frisbee into the basket in a certain number of tries. Eighteen holes to challenge yourself.
Cost: $10 to play, includes chair up the mountain $5 Disc Rental. I think I’d be pretty bad at this game, but who cares, I think it would be fun.
Another aiming activiy I stink at but love to play. Enjoy the three lighthouses on this eighteen hole course. Half of the course is handicap accessible.
Cost: $6 for ages 6+, free under 5
I remember doing this at Ruggles Mine as a kid and loving it. Sift for gems with your kiddos.
Who wouldn’t want to play all day here? For $59 you can try all the activities. Sounds like I know what I’m adding to my wish list…According to the site the Play All Day Package includes the following:
I’ve heard a lot about how great this is here. The ride includes 8 zip lines from the top of the mountain to the bottom. A two, to two and a half hour ride.
Cost: Adults $79, Kids 10-15 $69 Reserve your spot ahead.
5 miles of single track. You can rent a bike and get lessons too.
Cost: 2 hrs: $20 ($59 with rental), 4 hrs.: $25 ($79 with rental), Full-day: $30 ($109 with rental).
Can’t wait to experience this first hand! I’m thinking the only thing to make this even better is to finish off the fun filled whoopee, blast kind of a day with ice cream. Hmm…
I love Quechee. So many great shops, walks and good restaurants. A great place to visit whether you’re a local or a tourist. Take a Walk Park at Dewey’s landing, which you can read how to get there here: Dewey Pond […]