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Get up to Some Hijinks in Burlington!

As fall creeps around the corner, there’s pretty much no better place to be in Ontario than Burlington. Close enough to the downtown Toronto core that you can get in for shows and shopping and such, but far enough away that you can enjoy easy access to its nearby conservation areas, Burlington is one of the best places in the GTA to enjoy the fall colors. But that’s not all you can enjoy here, of course. Whether it’s strolling down by the lake, taking in the  bars on Brant and Lakeshore—like Emma’s Backporch with its killer Caesars—or hiking in Kerncliff Park with it’s stunning views, Burlington has a lot to offer.

Including some totally killer experiences you’re not going to want to miss!
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#1 – Bad Axe Throwing Burlington

Located north of Burlington Mall, above the QEW, you can find Burlington’s very own axe throwing arena at Bad Axe Throwing Burlington. It’s one of Bad Axe’s smaller locations, which is certainly not a mark against it. Once you’ve booked your session, you pretty much get the place to yourself, which isn’t necessarily the case at the other locations in the GTA. You can book a sweet axe-throwing sess here for you and your friends for $44 each—minimum group size in 8 people. You can bring your own food and drinks and your own music!

Looking for some sustained fun? Why not sign up for the Burlington location’s axe throwing league?

#2 – Archery Terminal Burlington

When it comes to archery tag in Burlington, the world is pretty much your oyster. Archery Terminal is the resident archery tag provider here and they offer mobile games, you can can set up in your favorite park (after securing the necessary permissions of course!). They also have their own archery tag arena, however, at the Burloak Sports  Centre on Century Drive just south of the QEW, where they can accommodate games of 10 to 20 people. Archery tag is a great way to spend the afternoon with your friends—and it’s a great team building activity, too. You can get up to some archery tag in Burlington starting at $25 a head. The larger your party, the cheaper it will be!

#3 – Bubble Force Burlington

Run by the same company as does Archery Terminal is Bubble Force, playing out of the Burloak Sports Centre. They’ll do mobile archery tag and mobile bubble soccer too, so this is definitely a fun activity that you won’t want to miss. Bubble Force Burlington can accommodate games of 10 to 20 people starting at $25 a head. This is a great game for a goofy group of friends. You’ll probably spend more time running into and bouncing off of each other than you will actually playing the game!

Don’t just hang out at home tonight watching TV. Get up to something fun this weekend in Burlington!


by Dave Lauretti via Flickr

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