The Sport Karate Center casts a wide net with classes for kids, teens, adults, and families. Their high-energy programs instruct aspiring punch-smiths in everything from karate basics to how to set down the road to earning your black belt, with every class taught by an experienced instructor. The center offers classes Monday through Saturday.
The landing zones at Remington Golf Club are wide enough that even poor shots may wind up in the fairway. It's the really poor shots that golfers should be worried about. As forgiving as the course's fairways and greens may appear to be, many of them sit a stone's throw from a water hazard that will make trespassing golf balls pay the ultimate price: their hope for a good hair day. From the tips, the 18-hole, par 72 course measures a formidable 7,111 yards, while four other sets of tees accommodate players across the handicap spectrum. To prepare for their round, golfers can warm up at the Club's distinct water driving range, where golfers hit buoyant range balls into a lake populated with floating targets.
Course at a Glance:
* 18-hole, par 72 course
* Length of 7,111 yards from the farthest tees
* Course rating of 73.9 from the farthest tees
* Slope rating of 134 from the farthest tees
* Five tee options
If you keep an ear open, you'll probably hear more than birdsong In the treetops above Kissimmiee. Chances are, there's going to be some laughter and motivational pump-up chants mixed in, too. That's because the city is now home to the Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park. This aerial adventure course occupies its own pine forest, with obstacles scattered throughout the trees at heights ranging from 10-60 feet. The park boasts three courses, including two that are suitable for kids as young as 7 years; as they progress through the course, guests might navigated a suspended bridge, yodel across a Tarzan-style swing, or go zooming through the canopy on a lightening-quick zipline. Designed by two of the leaders in the aerial adventure industry, the park places safety above all else, using detailed demonstrations and trusted gear to ensure that guests conquers their fears without creating any new one.
Golf Hall of Famer Gary Player and Karl Litten designed Kissimmee Oaks Golf Club's 18-hole, par 72 course, carving a 6,886-yard path through intersecting waterways and the century-old oak trees from which the club derives its name. Water hazards come into play on all but four holes, impeding golfers' passage while attracting wild turkey and thirsty golf carts. Golfers will need sound course management and accurate shotmaking to keep the ball in play on the sloping fairways and small greens that snake through the hazards. Before taking the course, players can warm up swings at a 20-stall driving range or at two separate greens for chipping and putting.
Course at Glance:
* 18-hole, par 72 course designed by Gary Player and Karl Litten
* Length of 6,886 yards from the tips
* Course rating of 73.7 from the tips
* Slope rating of 131 from the tips
* Four tee options
Operated by a team of board-certified physicians, I Care Clinic strives to make basic health care accessible and affordable for the general public. In addition to caring for patients with urgent medical needs, the doctors also offer a variety of essential primary care services, including general physicals, cancer screenings, and brain reboots.
The center does more than keep patients healthy. Those seeking to lose a few pounds for cosmetic reasons can turn to its weight-loss programs. These fully customized programs can include weekly progress reviews with a staff member as well as waistline-slimming vitamin injections and whole-body vibration sessions. Additional services include laser hair removal, rejuvenating facials, and lymphatic massage.