in Waco, TX
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AMF Westview Lanes
4565 W Waco Dr
Waco, TX 76710 Directions
Lace up your bowling shoes, pick your comfortable bowling ball weight and settle in at the AMF Westview Lanes for a few frames. The only strike outs are at the end of the alley when you knock all those pins down, because the service, food and gaming are all sure-fire hits! Make sure to check the website or call ahead to reserve your lane. Don't miss a minute of excitement in this state-of-the-art bowling facility that is a Waco favorite for recreational and team bowling.
1612 S University Parks Dr
Waco, TX 76706 Directions
Baylor University's presence in Waco goes beyond academics. Known as the Baylor Bears, the college also has built a highly regarded athletic program that includes teams that compete in sports like softball, baseball, basketball and of course, football. The football team has won much-deserved acclaim as a Big 12 team, and football season is welcomed by Waco residents as another opportunity to see the team hit the gridiron and forge their status toward the upper reaches of the weekly college football rankings.
4600 Cobbs Dr
Waco, TX 76710 Directions
If you and your mate want to do something fun and romantic, why not add the ever-popular ingredient of nature to stir things along? It all comes together on the Brazos River when the two of you step aboard the "Spirit of the Rivers" Paddleboat for a fun, unique little getaway. The captain's humorous narration and asides make for a lighthearted voyage, and the music played is perfectly suited for a riverboat cruise.
2601 Sturgis Rd
Waco, TX 76708 Directions
If you love wildflowers, then Miss Nellie's Pretty Place at Cameron Park will most likely be your favorite spot on this 416-acre park. Cameron Park was a gift to the city of Waco from the Cameron family in the early part of the 1900s. Ever since then, the park has attracted a steady stream of nature-lovers who come out to enjoy a picnic, go for a jog, take a hike, or even ride horses and mountain bikes in the specified areas. The foot paths are rock-lined and the pool and amphitheatre are always well cared for, making Cameron Park both visually and naturally beautiful. It's a great place to spend your day outdoors.
1200 Richland Dr
Waco, TX 76710 Directions
Click's knows that whether the competition is on their 61" TV screens or on the billiard table in front of you, winning is the ultimate goal. The atmosphere at Click's does in fact deliver a winning combination of fun, food, and fair play, with a generous number of tables for pool as well as foosball and darts. A great expansive menu means you'll find exactly what you're hungry for, and the roomy parlor area is a perfect place to relax between gaming. It's the most laid-back destination on the nightlife scene.
Cotton Belt Trail
The Cotton Belt Trail is a highlight of the Meridian State Park which opened in 1935 and, while offering impressive sites to camp and fish, this hiking trail is as challenging as it is picturesque. Spread out along Bee Creek, the natural rock formations and foliage only add to the recreation trail's rustic charm that keeps it from getting lost in the background. You'll find yourself marveling at nature while getting a great recreational hike experience, too.
1 AT&T Way
Arlington, TX 76011 Directions
The closest professional sports team to Waco is the Dallas Cowboys. The team led by quarterback Tony Romo, has undergone several dramatic shifts within its personnel, and they continue to strive for another shot at the Superbowl. Playing at the newly remodeled Cowboys Stadium, the team has a rabid legion of followers, not the least of which live in Waco. A short ride up I-35 leads fans to the game, just in time for a tailgate party and then the eventual kickoff.
Lake Waco has the distinction of being entirely located within Waco's city limits and is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operated lake in McLennan County. There are several parks around the lake that offer the amenities for not only camping but recreation activities like fishing, boating, jetskiing, water skiing, and swimming. So if your fun in the sun includes spending time in and on the water, Lake Waco is the perfect destination.
4301 Meyers Ln
Waco, TX 76705 Directions
If you or your kids have real warrior instincts, put them to the test at Powerplay Paintball. The friendly staff will make sure that you suit up safely and will also inform you of the rules to ensure that your recreational warfare on the paintball battlegrounds is as fun as it is safe. Special events are planned several times a month, including an "aliens vs. predators" match up pitting the red-paint aliens against the green-paint predators. It's great fun and exercise, not to mention a healthy adrenaline rush, too!
15771 N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd
Salado, TX 76571 Directions
The adrenaline rush of falling through the Waco sky at 120 miles an hour is something that defies description. Make that experience one that you put into your own words by meeting up with the pros at Skydive Temple. After extensive training, you'll be suited up and taken up to the clouds in a spacious plane that can accommodate several jumpers if you choose to bring along some buddies to attempt a tandem jump. Whatever you choose, make sure you have your guide videotape your dive, so that you can share your thrill-seeking sky dive with your friends long after you safely return to earth.