While seated in a boat on Laguna Niguel Lake, visitors feast their eyes on the surrounding rolling hills and lush forestry while taking advantage of 44 acres of fishing spots. The staff constantly stocks the waters with new fish, sending thousands of pounds of rainbow trout, catfish, and other species to swim amid the watery depths. With the fishing arena prepared, they then rappel down on fishing lines to awaiting customers to supply permits, poles, and bait, which they use to entice bluegill and other aquatic passersby.
Though all share the same lake, visitors can embark on fishing adventures in multiple ways. They can wrestle with carp from the lakeside, steer a rented boat, or bob across the water in float tubes, a single-person watercraft reminiscent of the floating easy chairs used by retired penguins.
Elite Equestrian's staff of experienced horsemen leads riders and their noble beasts through hunter, jumper, and equitation-ring training classes. Students can mount one of the school's graceful steeds for four 60-minute riding lessons, sparing the hassle of teaching one’s own seahorses to breathe air. Equestrian instructors illustrate the basics of horsemanship, form, and control in equitation-ring training, or delve into fence-hopping tactics in hunter and jumper curriculums. The school furnishes riders with all necessary equipment, though students who desire them must bring their own banjos and stovepipe chaps.