Sleep Inn & Suites
5816 34th Street
Lubbock, TX 79407
Phone: (806) 368-6060
Fax: (806) 368-0821
Designed by George Williams, this nine hole regulation length golf course is a medium-length layout that provides for a fun golf experience for all skill levels. Beautiful fairways and greens.
They offer a 65,000 sq.foot entertainment area that includes bowling, billiards, laser tag, arcade, darts, shuffleboard, giant screen t.v.'s, full service bar and cafe.
Make a splash at Lubbock's premiere water park! The Rio Rampage is about 700 feet long and takes approximately 12-14 minutes to ride; The Tidal Wave is a 9000 square foot wave pool with up to four-foot waves and no undertow; In the Twin Twisters the riders Twist and Turn down the water slide over 400 feet, from a height of over 60 feet and land in the splash pool. You will also find plenty to do for toddlers, picnic areas, volleyball and horseshoes. Great family fun!
A public, 18-hole facility in Lubbock, the Shadow Hills Golf Course is great for beginners and experienced players. Lakes, roughs, and mounds contribute to making the course a par 72. Also available onsite is a driving range using only new and quality balls. A fully stocked pro shop and bar & grill round out the facilities in case extra golf paraphernalia is required or all the golf creates a ravenous appetite. Most popular at the grill are the burgers and homemade desserts.
Offering boarding and riding lessons. Breeds include Friesian, Missouri Fox Trotter and Morgan. Gaited horses that drive and ride.
Centered around a beautiful lake, Maxey Park is full of fun outdoor activities for the whole family. The beautiful outdoor pool makes it an ideal destination on hot summer days. One of the best playgrounds in the city is located in Maxey Park and has been nicknamed the "bouncy playground" which is fully wheelchair accessible. The park also includes a canoe rental, baseball fields, volleyball and basketball courts, and fishing.
Truly a special playground, the Legacy Play Village is one of the largest community-built playgrounds in the United States. Its unique story was first set into motion by the Lubbock Beautification Impact Area in 1999. Built in October of 2002, over 10,000 locals pitched-in to help build it. The playground will delight the young and old, and helps to teach about the history of the South Plains. Three pavilions can be rented for large groups, located in McAlister Park.
Built to allow the Texas Tech University Golf Team to have a great home course and place to practice, the entire community is welcome to take advantage of Rawls Golf Course. The course has received numerous awards by such prestigious magazines as Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, and Golf Week. An onsite pro-shop helps everyone get the necessary equipment to play and improve in the game of golf, and Jerry's serves up delicious fare such as salads and sandwiches for curb the appetite of even the hungriest of golfers.
Flanked by beautiful trees on all sides, Wagner Park is a serene respite for those who want to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of the city. This tranquil park serves as a picnic area and a recreational space for locals as well as tourists. Besides offering a playground, tennis court and a walking track, the park is a perfect backdrop for local events such as concerts, gigs and shows.
Huenke Park is a nice green space set in southwest Lubbock. The park has three different memorials, all visually stimulating and are a good mix of history and beauty. The Veterans Memorial pays tribute to people who have participated in the armed services. Meanwhile, there is a statue depicting Willie McCool who was a pilot for NASA who died in the Space Shuttle Columbia after carrying out numerous experiments in space. The third monument is actually a fountain which features varying colored lights at night for a pleasant sight.
Learn about safety in a kid-sized town complete with buildings, roads, bridges, sidewalks, water towers, and street signs. Here, children can learn about how to stay out of harms way by following traffic rules in a world suited to just their size. Kids can drive in small cars to learn about the rules surrounding automobiles, or ride through the park on bikes to learn about bicycle safety as well! Although it caters mostly to public schools, Safety Village is open every weekday morning from 8a-9a and at Open Recreation times throughout the week for walkers, skaters, and bikers to have a safe, automobile free place to exercise. Camps are available during the summers and birthday party packages are offered.
Home to a huge number of sprawling green parks and gardens, Lubbock is one city that will never fail to enchant nature lovers. Take a long leisurely walk in Clapp Park ad have a memorable time out with family and friends. Home to the Lubbock Memorial Arboretum that showcases some of the choicest varieties of fauna in the region, this park is commonly used to host various local events. The K-9 Splashfest, that is held here, is a day all canines in Lubbock should look forward to year-round.