Ultrazone Laser Tag might be familiar to fans of The Real World, whose cast members—fed up with drama—blew off steam by ducking colorful laser beams in the sprawling multilevel arena's fog-filled maze. There's enough space for 45 vest-clad players to face off at one time, and plasma monitors let the next wave watch the game as they eagerly await their turn. The expansive recreation center also hosts sleepover parties that grant exclusive overnight use of the laser-tag facilities, the plasma-screen theater, and the room that's inexplicably full of doorknobs. Outside the arena, an arcade keeps synapses ablaze with video games, air hockey, and golf simulators, supplemented with slices of Papa John's pizza from the cafe.
Maryland's premier ice skating and hockey facility! The cool place to chill with friends and family. Under one roof we have two NHL size rinks, snack bar, pro shop, video arcade, and lots of fun. We offer public skateing, group lessons for youth and adults, hockey instruction and leagues, birthday parties and private rental
Exotic Car Rental of Baltimore/DC’s sports cars upgrade clients’ wheels for special occasions or leisurely joyrides. The current fleet contains a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS convertible, which commands the roadways with a 426-horsepower, 6.2-liter V8 engine. A rear vision camera with park assist helps drivers sidle into tight parallel parking spaces, and an antenna integrated into the spoiler makes ladybugs self-conscious about their inferior bodies. The staff plans to add a Plymouth Prowler, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, and Lamborghini Gallardo to its growing armada.
When new owners gained control of Putt Putt Fun Center in 2011, they brought with them a fresh vision that culminated in modern updates. The recently revised center encompasses a spectrum of family fun; the indoor area houses an arcade—fully loaded with air hockey and a Wheel of Fortune game—beside an inflatable labyrinth of moon bounces, slides, and obstacle courses used to train armies of balloon animals. Once visitors have exhausted themselves inside the glowing laser-tag arena or other sheltered activities, they can venture outside to the mini-golf course, where faux caverns and a wooden footbridge arc over abbreviated greens. Nearby, athletes smack baseballs into orbit from the batting cages.
Bel Air Golf Center helps duffers straighten out drives, hone putter strokes, and lower scores with an expansive driving range and miniature-golf facility geared toward player improvement. Turn unsightly snap-hooks into power-draws of supernatural beauty at one of the driving range’s 47 stalls—10 of which are enclosed, heated, and lighted to facilitate sessions in rainstorms, after sunset, or on the ice planet Hoth. The range also helps divoteers dial in their distance with 14 target flags measured to precise yardage.