Located in one of Sasquatch's supposed stomping grounds, Tug Boat Junction Adventure Park swathes families in adventure-themed fun on five gardened acres in the Fraser Valley. The 18-hole mini golf course winds through the gardened landscape, leading putters through a wilderness of waterfalls, caves, misting stations, and train trestles. After taming the wild golf terrain, adventurers hop the Sasquatch Express for an exciting ride through the "dark tunnel" and up-close view of the grounds frequented by resident raccoons, swallows, frogs, and even the occasional bear romping through the park's more than 300 varieties of plants. The park also offers plenteous photo and arm wrestling opportunities with the park's Sasquatch mascot, Harry. Gold panning also awaits visitors, providing one more chance to fill coffers or hollowed-out mattresses with millions.
Since 1989, the Palmer family and a tight-knit team of personal trainers have helmed Fitness Gear and Training, promoting healthy, fulfilling lifestyles through expert one-on-one fitness guidance. In addition to helping clients maintain muscle-toning workout regimens with 30-minute Fit courses or personal-training sessions, Fitness Gear and Training keeps home gyms running smoothly with fitness-equipment repairs and sales.
In a shop surrounded by free-ride, downhill, and extreme mountain-bike trails, the cycling crew at On Top Bike Shop understand and foster passions for trailblazing by caring for two-wheelers with a slew of services. Striving to provide everything needed to trundle freely in the great outdoors, the shop suits up cyclists in clothing and accessories such as Dakine jerseys and helmet visors by Giro. Bikes from local brands including Banshee, KHS, and Manhattan Cruisers taunt gravity by hanging from the shop's ceiling and walls and bragging about their summers at space camp.
The qualified gear gurus at Bikes For All keep two-wheeled commuters running smoothly through an array of maintenance services including tune-ups, advice on bicycle repair, and large inventory of new bikes and parts. Owners can dust off hibernating bicycles and have them restored to proper working order through the outfit's tune-ups, or customize a fixed-gear bicycle, which, when a baseball card has been permanently fixed in the spokes, earns its title as a "fixie." In addition to its services, the outfit also sells bikes, including Japanese Tanbo bicycles, as well as parts and accessories.