Pennsylvania’s First Indoor Nerf Gun Arena Is Just As Much Fun As It Sounds
Channel your inner child for a few hours of fast-paced fun where you can run, jump, and outmaneuver the competition. You can even bring the kids along, if you want, for an indoor adventure that really is one of a kind. Pick out your Nerf gun and get ready for battle at The Battlegrounds in Pennsylvania, which promises an abundance of fun.
Have you ever been to The Battlegrounds in Pennsylvania? What did you think? Join the conversation in the comments below. And if you’re on the lookout for an outdoor adventure in Pennsylvania, head over to Treehouse World in West Chester.
The Battlegrounds in Pennsylvania
What are the best outdoor activities in Pennsylvania?
Can you think of a better way to spend your free time than outdoors? We’ve got a ton of fun outdoor activities in Pennsylvania, no matter the season. A visit to Penn’s Cave, for example, means a tour in the only all-water cave in the United States. For some of the clearest views of the nighttime sky, plan a visit to Cherry Springs State Park. It boasts the darkest skies on the eastern seaboard and offers viewing areas for both novices and seasoned astronomers. When summer rolls around, cool down at Dutch Springs Aqua Park in Bethlehem.
What are the most unique things to do in Pennsylvania?
Getting bored is virtually impossible in Pennsylvania. We have so many fun and unique things to do in Pennsylvania all year around! For absolutely gorgeous views, make your way to Kinzua Bridge Skywalk. The 600-foot skywalk boasts beautiful views and a glass floor, where you can look straight down 301 feet to the forest floor. Have you ever gone on a covered wagon tour? You can do just that with Ole Covered Wagon Tours in Wellsboro. The tours provide sweeping views of the floor of the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. You can also visit Mars! Yep, the small Western Pennsylvania town of Mars (citizens are called Martians) even celebrates the Mars New Year with a huge celebration every two years.
What underrated places in Pennsylvania should I visit?
If you’re not sure what to do in your downtime, how about visiting some of the most underrated places in Pennsylvania? You can, for example, visit the most remote spot in the entire state at Hammersley Wild Area. Embark on one of the hiking trails that will treat you to sensational views. Chanticleer Garden, in Wayne, provides a relaxing way to spend a few hours. The gardens feature a little bit of everything – a teacup garden, an Asian garden, and plenty of benches on which to sit and admire the view.