Bowlarama welcomes rollers of all ages to challenge each other in matches of traditional 10-pin bowling. Once fitted into rental shoes, groups of up to five players suppress pin rebellions on one of 18–24 lanes. Players aim their sights down narrow, hardwood fairways at murals depicting neon bowling balls and the Norse god of strikes. Keep eyes active on overhanging flat screen TVs or hands focused in matches of pool, air hockey, and video games (amenities vary depending on location). In addition to food and bar services, each Bowlarama hosts cosmic bowling events.
Metro Indoor Golf Centre protects golfers from inclement conditions with eight top-of-the-line hitting bays for year-round practice. Club wielders can shake the rust from their swings with five or 10 large buckets of driving range balls inside the centre's safe confines as Mother Nature pelts the earth with rain, sleet, snow, and fake snow during Olympic skiing events. Golfers can either use all buckets of dimpled orbs in a single, intense marathon session, or stretch out their use over a series of visits. Each emerald hitting bay isolates putters, providing space to focus and hone swings.
Paintballers descend upon Storm Warning for year-round play on its indoor and outdoor fields. Combatants can settle arguments about neoclassical art with bouts of civilized splatter fighting, supplied by Tippmann 98 Custom semiautomatic paintball guns with 200-round hoppers, HPA air tanks with unlimited refills, masks with thermal fog-resistant goggles, barrel sleeves, and 300 paintballs each. Outside, paint slingers shellac one another on the X Ball Sup Air field or the forested field, where they avoid getting candy-coated by dodging behind trees, pallets, old tractors, and an abandoned squirrel school bus. The indoor course sports support beams, barrels, and a dimensional door (an additional field fee of $5 for indoor use). As a team sport focused on game planning and group strategy, paintball equalizes individual skill level and creates a welcoming environment for all players. Storm Warning only allows field paint, and extra rounds are available starting at $6 for 100 rounds.
Clinch MMA helps both fighters and fitness seekers ankle-lock laziness, maintaining a high level of integrity under the Rickson Gracie belt system and direction from a canfitpro-certified trainer. During fit-to-fight boot-camp classes—including a weekly women-only session—15–20 participants incinerate calories through high-intensity workouts that blend martial-arts fundamentals with flipping tires, heavy bag routines, and crushing medicine balls between pinkies. Martial-arts classes complement the boot-camp sessions, training 25 or more students at a time in muay thai kickboxing, Brazilian jujitsu, karate, and freestyle wrestling. Boot-camp classes span Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, with both morning and evening sessions available on Mondays and Thursdays, and the martial-arts schedule offers classes and the opportunity to make guttural primate vocalizations while getting fit every day of the week.
Action Laser Tag gears up sharp shooters with infrared taggers on a large, outdoor playing field suitable for up to 24 laser slingers. Players can grab an XM-22 tagger before racing through the field's bunker-riddled grasses to target other opponents while avoiding hits from blown kisses gone astray. The activity's field rules are integral for safety and maximum enjoyment, endorsing teamwork and feelings of superiority for all players. To look the part, Action Laser Tag encourages wearing covered shoes and light pants or shorts and arriving equipped with a water bottle. A light drizzle won't dampen play, but should a mild squall turn ugly, a field marshal will reschedule combat and give everyone a consolation puppy.