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The Range

Grab your buddies (including your four-legged friends) and hit golf balls under the stars while you listed to live music and sip on a refreshing Chilton.

Buffalo Springs Lake

Fish, water ski, hike or camp on 200 surface acres of water at this lake. When you need a break from the water sports, enjoy live music and delicious beverages at Mike’s Marina Bar. Horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, horse trails and a 9-hole golf course are also available.

Lone Star Shooting Sports

Open to the Public, Lubbock’s newest Gun Shop and Safe and secure indoor shooting range All ranges monitored by a certified RSO-Range Safety Officer All Lanes monitored by Security Cameras Training classes and private training available Corporate, Family and Individual Memberships Snack area Complimentary WIFI Watch shooters from the comfort of our lounge area

Meadowbrook Golf Course

This 36-hole/Par 72, public golf course features an on-site driving range. Play a round on the Canyon Course (Par 72) or the Creek Course (Par 70).

Lubbock Water Rampage

Enjoy attractions like the wave pool, lazy river, and water slides and explore three worlds of adventure: Pirates Cove, Caribbean Adventure, and Future World. Order from the Snack Shack and sip on refreshing adult beverages at Captain Morgan’s Rum Point.

Lubbock Municipal Garden & Arts Center

Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater

This is a unique, hands-on museum featuring interactive science exhibits. Bring the kids and experience Lubbock’s only public aquarium and catch an educational film in the Omni Theater.

Atl’ Do Farms Corn Maze

Take a hayride, pick a pumpkin, shoot the corn cannon, or reserve a campfire at this 12-acre maze. Must try: roasted corn with a variety of toppings.

The Orchard

Home to 6,000 apple trees and 30 varieties of apples, stop by and visit the gift shop and Country Cafe for fresh apple pies and cakes. Fun fact: this is the only certified organic apple orchard in the state of Texas.

Main Event

Prairie Dog Town

Established in the early 1930’s, this is the first protected prairie dog colony of its kind.

Lubbock Area Veterans War Memorial at Huenke Park

Celebrate the lives of the South Plains heroes killed in action at this brick-and-marble monument.

Aztlan Park

Reese Golf Club

Whether you’re an old pro or just learning the game, you’re encouraged to join the Reese Golf Riders Club to continue to hone your skills. This public golf course has 18-hole/Par 72 and features an on-site driving range.

Altitude Trampoline Park

With 20,000 square feet of wall-to-wall trampolines, you can rent out the park to host a high-impact event or birthday party. Must try: a game of trampoline dodgeball.

Lubbock Memorial Arboretum

Located in the heart of Lubbock, The Lubbock Memorial Arboretum is a unique 93 acre open space and historical site located in K.N. Clapp Park. The Arboretum is a Level I Arboretum accredited through the ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program. Nature is always changing and where better to experience the joy and wonder of the ever-changing

SupLBK

Lubbock’s locally owned and only stand-up paddleboarding venture, rent a board and soak in the views from one of Lubbock’s historic lakes. The season runs from late April to mid-October.

4ore! Golf

Hit golf balls from state-of-the-art, climate-controlled tee boxes and virtually experience nationally acclaimed golf courses. Be sure to check out their calendar for live music and events. Must try: the Fajita Roll, a Tex-Mex take on sushi.

Adventure Park

Bring the entire family to this new, 20-acre park. Enjoy bumper boats, ziplining, and a lazer maze. Must try: the Excursion Wings at the Expedition Cafe.

Lake Alan Henry

Fish and water ski 4.5 miles of water at this outdoor oasis. You can also book a private camping site for you and the family.

Lubbock Speedway

Mackenzie Park

Ride your horse through the equestrian trails of Lubbock, enjoy a game of world-class disc golf and cross Prairie Dog Town off your Lubbock bucket list.

Maxey Park

McAlister Park

Clapp Park

Lubbock Memorial Arboretum, Benches, Baseball Field, Basketball Court, Flag Football Field, Hodges Community Center, Lubbock Municipal Garden and Art Center, Clapp Party House, Picnic Areas, Playground, Restrooms, Rose Garden, Safety City, St. Paul’s on the Plains Chapel, Clapp Swimming Pool with Snack Concessions (seasonal), Tennis Court, Hub City Unleashed Dog Park, Volleyball Court and Walking

Huneke Park

Llano Estacado Lake/Buddy Holly Recreation Area

Martin Luther King Little League at Mae Simmons Park

Board & Brush

Create your own wooden masterpiece with their step-by-step instructions. Be sure to bring your family, friends, and a beverage of your choosing to enjoy while you create!

Bad Axe Raider

We built our lanes based on the National Axe Throwing Leagues guidelines, but with our own artistic twist. Take aim at the Roman, the Viking, the Conquistador or our standard target and unleash your inner warrior with over 30 different throwing items including saw blades, throwing knives, and even some ninja stars! We even have

Thunder Zone Family Fun

Ride go-carts, play laser tag, cosmic golf, or explore games at the arcade. This space can also be reserved for private parties.

The Rawls Golf Course

Home to Texas Tech’s NCAA golf teams and named No. 3 “Best Campus Course” by GolfWeek magazine, this impressive course offers an on-site driving range and 18-Hole/Par 72.

Shadow Hills Golf Course

Test your skills with contoured mounds, two lakes, and irrigated roughs. This course has 18-hole/Par 72 and features an on-site driving range.

Painting With a Twist

Fragrance of Heaven

Archery Shack Texas

41 Lead Farm

Lubbock Shooting Complex

Patriot Firearms & Family Shooting Center

Sharp Shooters Safe & Gun

Lubbock Escapes

Trapped! Escape the Room

Time Crunch Escapes

Joyland Amusement Park

Buckle up and enjoy over 30 attractions for the entire family. Located in Mackenzie Park, this attraction is open mid-March through Labor Day. Must try: the Wild River Log Ride.

Noble Farms

Stroll through the orchard and pick peaches from one of the 475 trees. Taste Red Globe, Ranger, and Hale Heaven peaches throughout the summer and a variety of other fruits and vegetables in the of season.

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