Summer fun gets physical for youth, adults
Families looking for a little action for children have plenty of affordable options in Tunica this summer. From a new laser tag and bounce facility to low-cost golf sessions for beginners and the various programs offered by Tunica County Parks & Recreation, children can get physical and, perhaps, drop a few pounds while having fun.
The rain won’t stop Coretta Joiner’s business. The owner of Tunica Party N Bounce said her company will open its doors July 1 at 8702 Highway 61 North. The facility will feature laser tag, arcade games, bouncers, a party room, and snack bar with pizza, popcorn, nachos and cheese, hotdogs, smoked sausages, candy, drinks, chips, and pickles.
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