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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Power Play Adventure

On one of the days of Spring Break, we visited Power Play, which is an indoor entertainment center with a variety of activities to partake in. Unfortunately, it isn’t cheap, and ride credits were used up very quickly by my 3! There is a play area for younger kids that can be used throughout your time there, but Gabbie was too tall to play in there with the boys, so that made things more difficult!

We played a few games.

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The kids did bumper cards.

Simon and Zachary rode this ride.

The highlight was the ropes course! Gabbie and Zachary went up to the ceiling and explored the course together.

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After that, the younger kids played a bit longer before we went home.


I’m not sure we’d go back, but we did have a mostly good time while we were there!


Janine Huldie said...

Definitely looked like a fun time and loved seeing all the different activities tour kids got to do 😉

Desiree @ Macke Monologues said...

I've only ever been to Power Play to bowl for a work function. The arcade/game area looks fun, but I can only imagine what it costs to actually do any of the stuff!
We *might* have to check it out the next time we're in town.

tamarsb said...

Sounds like a fun place to check out - the ropes course looks wicked.

Dara said...


Dara said...

the little kids' area would be fun for Marcus!

Dara said...

yeah, I wanted to get up there myself!

Tamara Bowman said...

WOW. You weren't kidding about this place! It's like an indoor amusement park. My kids would have a blast! Even Des would get in on the action with the choo choo train.

Dara said...

the best part about the train was that once you use your credits to get into the little kids' area, you can ride the train over and over!

Holly Higgins said...

That looks like an awesome place! I wish we had one of those here. I'm amazed that they did the ropes course. I would've gotten to the top as a kid and my mom would've had to come get me because I would've freaked. What it must be like to have no fear :-)

Dara said...

I was surprised they didn't chicken out of the ropes course too!