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  • ABC Bartending Schools
    The Sylvester family had bartending in its blood. Whether it was Uncle Mickey holding court with 40 years' worth of regulars or Tony Sr. mixing one of his signature Skip and Go Nakeds, they exemplified the easy grace and no-nonsense craftsmanship found in a true barman's barman. That dedication to well-poured drinks carried over to Tony Jr., who has spent the last 35 years training mixologists nationwide through the curriculum of his ABC Bartending Schools. Taught behind fully functional bars, his courses educate students in topics ranging from drink recipes and equipment setup to flair moves and alcohol awareness. His schools also emphasize employment; after graduation, students can take advantage of a nationwide job placement service to land gigs in Miami nightclubs, Las Vegas casinos, or the bar cars of Chicago's El trains.
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    1012 E Cooley Dr
    Colton, CA US
  • Action Star Games Paintball Park
    On Action Star Games' 13 outdoor fields, the rugged terrain tends to stain players' clothes before the paint does. Throughout each game, combatants crawl through concrete drainpipes, squat in trenches, and dive behind dirt hills as they advance on each other. Specialized in training teams for local and national tournament play, Action Star's referees rotate teams throughout the fields—including a speedball field sporting inflatable obstacles—and supervise each firefight. They also advise players to bring water and action-friendly clothes, such as a tuxedo.
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    1600 Agua Mansa Road
    Colton, CA US
  • Mach 1 Mud Run
    It would be pretty hard to reach Mach 1 speeds sludging through a pit of mud. The Mach 1 Mud Run is actually named for its beneficiary, the Corona Pilot's Association at the Corona Municipal Airport, which is in regular need of improvements thanks to its location in a natural flood plain. Participants can help raise those funds by signing up for the race, which is 3.5-mile course complicated by professionally-built obstacles and mud pits. Spectators can pass the time jamming out to onsite music from K-FROG, then meet up with runners afterwards for an awards ceremony with beer and food.
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    900 East Washington Street
    Colton, CA US
  • Code Red Airsoft Park
    With bunkers, wooden structures, and trenches, Code Red Airsoft Park's outdoor arena sets the stage for recreational airsoft games as well as for military and law-enforcement training. Staff members rigorously enforce all safety rules as combatants—each clad in protective gear—sing soundtracks to action movies from behind the sprawling play field's various forms of cover. During breaks in action, Code Red's crew runs a pro shop and invites players to rest on its porch equipped with industrial-size coolers. Aside from open-play sessions, Code Red Airsoft Park's staff hosts special events and tactical airsoft training for marksmen who would like to improve their game. Organizers also put together themed games, such as simulated zombie outbreaks, and teach courses on accuracy, safety, and handling.
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    1600 Agua Mansa Road
    Bloomington, CA US
  • Paintball International Atlanta
    As a conglomerate of paintball facilities, Paintball International offers many distinct destinations for chromatic outdoor combat. Some fields, such as Splat Zone Paintball in Louisiana, challenge players to find adequate cover in an arena littered with creative obstacles. In Massachusetts, PnL Paintball thrusts players into a realistic Ghost Town, comprised of churches, multilevel buildings, and stone walls. Meanwhile, trees, leaves, stacked wood, and foliage inside K.C. Crusaders offer players all-natural hiding places from which they can spring forth to surprise their rivals or remain undetected while they determine the color palette they will use to paint Water Lilies on the surrounding bunkers.
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    1600 Agua Mansa Road
    Colton, CA US
  • Colton Golf Club
    Tall trees scrape the clouds across Colton Golf Club?but they aren't the only structures that reach skyward. They're joined by light poles, which fill the 18-hole, par 57 executive course with light to facilitate after-dark rounds. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the layout ripples over gentle elevation changes pocked with sand traps and a single pond, which comes into play on the fourth hole. Comprised of 15 par-threes and three par-fours, the course provides an ideal venue for novices trying to expand their game and experts looking to shoot par with nothing but an 8-iron. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 57 executive course Course length of 3,108 yards from the tips Course rating of 54.2 from the tips Slope rating of 82 from the tips Two tee options Scorecard
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    1901 W Valley Blvd.
    Colton, CA US

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