As we were all expecting to get slammed with snow, my family and I opted for an indoor activity. We had a great time, and we decided to make a list of all the indoor thing we wanted to do in Northern Colorado.

The other day, we checked out the Fly High Trampoline Park. This is defiantly a destination for people who are more physically active. This can be an activity for just the kids, or the whole family. They have a huge trampoline area, as well as an area reserved for the tikes, a dodge-ball arena, different sized basketball hoops to practice your slam dunking and some foam pits to tramp into. There were enough activities for both our 10 and 4 year old, however, my suggestion is if you have a little one, that you also get a wristband and participate. With so many high-flying bodies, you defiantly want to keep a close eye on the little ones. We had a great time and only needed an hour to turn into a sweaty ball of fun.

Another place my family has frequented is Loveland Laser Tag. This is considered one of the best laser tag venues in the state, if not the country. But this destination is so much more than laster tag. They have a great laser maze, a top of the line arcade, rock wall, dodge ball arena, a rope coarse suspended over 10 feet in the air and great food. This is a place that is fun for the whole family and interactive.

One word... bowling! Who doesn't like bowling? My family and I have spent many fun-filled evenings at one of Chippers Lanes locations.

Here's a list of the destinations that are on our list us to check out over the next few bad weather days.

Are there any places that I didn't think of? Let me know in the comments below.


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