Month: July 2019

Idlewild & Soakzone

Idlewild & Soakzone

Idlewild park began as a recreation and picnic area as early as 1878. Since 1931, the park has been steadily expanding to include seven different themes, including Old Idlewild, SoakZone, Raccoon Lagoon, and more. In 1956, The Storybook Forest was added to Idlewild, a unique 

Living Treasures Animal Park – Moraine

Living Treasures Animal Park – Moraine

At Living Treasures in Moraine, you can see and interact with hundreds of animals from around the world. There are several species of birds, primates, big cats, reptiles and more! Featured exhibits include a rare white tiger, near extinct barbary lions, laughing hyenas, and large 

Awbury Arboretum

Awbury Arboretum

For nearly 100 years Awbury Arboretum has been open free to the public.  Awbury’s grounds were laid out in the 19th century in the English landscape garden tradition with the advice of the celebrated horticulturalist William Saunders. This 55 acre facility was originally donated as several parcels of land. Opened year round to experience the wonder of each season and the beauty of nature as it happens. It brings out the photographer in all of us.

Please take some time to explore the Arboretum, We know you’ll be glad you did.

Double Diamond Deer Ranch

Double Diamond Deer Ranch

Along with the Ranch and The Barn, there’s also the Glow-In-The-dark-Mini-Golf. The Double Diamond wanted to offer indoor family fun year round with this addition but there is an additional charge.

Big Boulder Ski and Snowboard Park

Big Boulder Ski and Snowboard Park

Big Boulder is part of the Jack Frost/Big Boulder Ski resort. Big Boulder has a 475′ vertical drop with 16 slopes and 55 acres of ski-able area. All of its 55 acres have man made snow making – a technology that was actually developed at