Archery Tag has similar playing tactics as dodgeball. Players use bows and foam-tipped arrows to shoot opposing players and targets to win the game. The field consists of bunkers that each team must use to their advantage. The team with the best strategy will take out the opposing team and be the champions. Do you have what it takes to become a Master Archer?
Battle Axed and Pro Paintball experiences also offered at Champion Valley.
Battle Axed consists of high-intensity learning and pulse-pounding excitement. You and your amigos will battle, overcome the challenges of properly throwing an ax, and then compete in the ultimate elimination tournament! Ax Throwing can be done by anyone of any size. A true exhibition in adaptability, quick learning, applied confidence and ample amounts of smack talk rule the day!
Arrow Forces and Pro Paintball experiences offered at Champion Valley Park as well.
Lakeville is home to over 100 miles of paved pedestrian and bike trails, great for walking, biking and hiking! Lakeville also has mountain bike areas including the new West Lake Marion Mountain Bike Trail, and several great road routes that both visitors and residents alike will find plenty of safe bicycle riding opportunities.
Downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing November to March. Lessons and rental available.
Mountain bike racing, camps, clinics and trail riding May to October.
Summer tubing groups available by reservation only May to October. Skiing and snowboarding on artificial ski surface September to October.
Adjacent to the boat launch at the west end with 1,500 feet of shoreline along beautiful Lake Marion. Boat launch, picnic facilities and shelters, trails, handicapped accessible fishing pier, playground and restrooms. Seasonal canoe/kayak rack rental available.
Home to West Lake Marion Mountain Bike Trail – approximately 5 miles in length and features trail segments for beginning, intermediate and advanced bicyclists.
Visitors will go crazy for pumpkins at Crazy Legs Farm in Farmington, MN. Over 70 different varieties in all sizes and colors of the rainbow. Hayrides on Saturdays and Sunday in season, weather permitting. Families can hitch a ride to pick out your own pumpkins or enjoy the corn maze. Vineyard, squash, pumpkins, sunflowers and wintergreens. Self service roadside stand open daily.
The Dakota Curling Club is well known for its great instructional programs. Come take a two-hour Learn to Curl class, or sign up for one of our 5 week Instructional Leagues for a mixture of instruction and game play. We’ve added several great new bonspiel formats! Check out the full list of spiels and grab your spot while you still can. Lastly, tired of your same old holiday party? The Dakota Curling Club can host private groups of any size from October thru May. Call or email us for more information about your private event and TEAM BUILDING activities.