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A small park area surrounded by trees, Signal Rock Park provides two baseball fields with bleachers as well as basketball courts. The park has small grassy fields, children's playground equipment and a small area used as a skate park.
Get wet at the 5000-square foot spray park, or plummet down a 40-ft water slide at the Liquid Planet Water Park, with a variety of water attractions for all ages, or experience the park from 35-feet up on the dual Zip Line tour.
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With Wild about Wine, visitors can receive a guided tour of 2 to 4 wineries located in the county. During the tour, visitors are chauffeured to wineries in a limousine while learning about the history of wine in the region.
Captain's Cove Adventure Golf is a miniature golf (or adventure golf) course with a nautical theme. The course is populated by model coves, waterfalls, rivers, marine artifacts, and shipwrecks. Captain's Cove also maintains an ice cream and smoothie shop.
Also known as North Side Park, the Plaice Cove Beach is a crescent-shaped beach with both white sand and a rocky shoreline. Wide sweeping views of the surrounding waterfront are featured at the beach, and easy rock climbing is available for adventure-seekers.
Slocum's River Reserve is a river reserve protecting more than 3,000 feet along Slocum's river. The preserve is populated by woodlands, agricultural fields, and pastures. Visitors can expect to find 2 miles of scenic walking trails.