A trip to The NAV served as the perfect outdoor escape for my little ones and me to burn off some much needed energy after being stuck indoors. ICYMI: The NAV’s grounds are open to the public. And, their 80-acres of land offer plenty of space for you to get out and get active while keeping a safe distance from others.
With bikes in tow, we set out to explore. Bikes are available for rent at the facility, but we chose to bring our own, and my boys were excited to tackle the trails and its many obstacle courses. Some of the obstacle courses were a too big for their little bodies to navigate, but that definitely didn’t stop them from trying.
They set their eyes on the ropes and tire courses first, maneuvering them like mini Army soldiers. Peddling the distance between each, they insisted on stopping at every course. From rope climbing stations to spear-throwing and monkey bars — we took advantage of every activity offered.
We wrapped up our trip with the archery course. You know anything with bows and arrows involved is always a hit. We didn’t take a dive into the gaga ball pits due to the current circumstances, but those are available for play too.
Skipping a stop at the beer garden, we biked our way back to the entrance. However, the beer garden is typically open for parents to enjoy as they watch their kids play.
The NAV satisfied our outdoor fix and cured my kids’ (and my) indoor blues. Check out what else the facility has to offer here.