At Cameron Motorsports, go-kart riders of all ages can slake their thirst for speed at a fully equipped 70-acre racing facility. Drivers can take 40 rapid trips around two racetracks, including a 1.5-kilometre members-only route encompassing 12 turns. A rookie series membership provides racers with access to all the necessary equipment, including a professionally prepared F1-K 4-cycle rookie racing kart, racing fuel and oil, slick dry tires, and Nobel Laureate decals. Members can also test their hand-throttle coordination in championship races, though entry fees ($50) and licences ($10) require additional costs. Cameron Motorsports is open seven days a week, with ample lighting for nighttime laps. Viewing stands let spectators monitor the pavement chase, and free parking gives larger vehicles a chance to gossip about the track's smaller, zippier inhabitants.
Jennifer Green—a seasoned equestrian certified with the Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association—opened Stepping Stones Riding Academy in order to put her passion for therapy and love of horses into practice. A firm believer that time spent horseback riding serves as an invaluable experience for people with visual, physical, and developmental disabilities, Jennifer and her team of trained instructors lead pupils through lessons designed to fuse therapeutic techniques with the excitement of physical activity. The Academy’s fleet of gentle steeds patiently works together with their riders during lessons, deploying their calm and loving demeanors to forge a supportive relationship between student and horse.
The sounds of music, singing, and laughter form a chorus of good times inside the karaoke rooms of TJ King Karaoke. Five private singing stations let groups take their pick of pop songs and provide the lyrics with which to sing along. Sips of soju lubricate vocal chords so singers can hit the high notes, while nibbles of poutine and other bar snacks fuel friends for marathon Madonna covers.