Fun 4 All entertains clans with a merry mishmash of family-oriented indoor and outdoor activities, including miniature golf, go-karts, and a fully stocked arcade. Club-brandishing cliques can play their way across the polychromatic fairways of an 18-hole miniature-golf course, which offers all the excitement of a regular golf excursion without the added expense of golf-cart toll roads. The facility's circular go-kart course loops around rings of worn-out tires, generating a secure driving track ideal for young operators. Hone small-craft boating skills on vibrant yellow, green, and red bumper boats, which impart lifelong skills like steering and celestial navigation via streetlights. A broad-ranged arcade dazzles eyes with neon-hued entertainment that includes skee-ball, air hockey, and Shoot N Hoops.
At Boomers!, thrill-seeking families and fun-enabling friends can attack a variety of appealing attractions, including mini golf, batting cages, bumper boats, and the button-mashing joys housed inside the exhilarating game room. The Vista location entertains families of sharpshooters with a blacklight-illuminated laser-tag arena before little ones climb and crawl through the Kidopolis play area. The El Cajon and San Diego locations let rivals celebrate the spirit of competition as they fly past each other in speedy go-karts or have a snail-paced Ferris wheel race at the kid's county fair. Unlimited pass holders at the El Cajon location can also scale the 32-foot-tall climbing wall, which, like America, enables citizens to climb to the top via myriad routes.
Pelly's Mini Golf reels in golfers of all ages with two 18-hole courses designed around tropical ocean and surf themes. Golf groupies can choose to shoot for the perfect score at Surfin' Safari or Ocean Adventure, which bask in a marriage of merriment next to the Del Mar Golf Center. Beach bums trading boards for putters at Surfin' Safari will find 18 challenging holes marking landmarks such as Hole #3 Waikiki, the birthplace of modern surfing, and Hole #14 Bonzai Pipeline, reputed to be the most dangerous wave in the world, compressed in an unassuming 4.25-inch hole.
Since 1925, shrieks of delight have sounded from the pinnacle of Belmont Park's Giant Dipper Roller Coaster as it inches toward its 73-foot drop. Closer to the ground, the Vertical Plunge drops riders three stories, the Tilt-A-Whirl spins at a furious clip, and the carousel makes its leisurely rounds. Like the waves breaking on the shores of Mission Beach—located just steps from the park—sheet waves generated by FlowRider and FlowBarrel technology carry boarders across a wave pool's padded surface.
No waves find their way into Belmont Park's indoor swimming pool, the Plunge, where an artificial grass deck surrounding the shallow end hosts a bounce house and Slip ‘N Slide. An adjacent arcade returns players to civilization with new and old classics such as Guitar Hero and skeeball. In between rides and games, guests take breaks to snack at Belmont Park's myriad boardwalk eateries or browse the goods of nearby shops.
Core-Breathing 4 Golf has developed a unique teaching philosophy that aims to seamlessly connect a golfer’s core strength with the physical swing. By combining Bill Westerlund’s 40 years as a PGA instructor and Scott Bartley’s 35 years as a qigong master, the cofounders base their instruction on qigong methods, teaching students a four-step breathing process that maximizes the body’s core energy and clears the mind of emotional barriers. The result is more controlled, consistent performance across the board. Golfers notice an improvement in ball-striking abilities and flagstick javelin throwing by gaining a deeper understanding of the connection between their internal energy and physical swing.
With Mission Bay Golf Course and Practice Center acting as the learning facility, instruction programs range from private lessons on individual aspects of the game to full-game lessons that range from a half day to up to three days.