Colonial Springs Restaurant is located at Colonial Springs Golf Club. Our dining room and outdoor patio seating offer a beautiful view of the golf course and 11-acre lake. Special needs can be easily accommodated, as well as unique personal requests for special occasions such as parties and anniversaries.
Gleaning attention from media outlets such as Sports Illustrated, ESPN Radio, and the Washington Post, not to mention endorsements from major-league players such as Mariano Rivera, Manny Ramirez, and Mike Bordick, Frozen Ropes has gained a nationwide reputation thanks largely to its unique training model. Coaches from all baseball and softball backgrounds integrate instructional elements ranging from basic strength conditioning to biomechanics and sports psychology, helping students build their skills the same way dentists do—through a scientific approach to relentless drilling. Since 1989, the program has been used to help novices and professional-level players produce more of the company's namesake, the “frozen rope”—slang for a hard-hit line drive or a strong throw. At each of the company's nationwide facilities, instructors must complete Frozen Ropes' comprehensive curriculum—including hours of classroom instruction, shadowing, and mock lessons—before they can even begin teaching students the proper way to eat sunflower seeds.
North Star II Fishing & Charter Boat's crew has learned to analyze the weather, tides, and times of day to deduce when fish will come out of hiding. To supplement their instincts, the crew also gleans wisdom from a fish-detecting GPS radar and a local grizzly bear. The company's fiberglass-coated Northstar 2 meets the standards of the USCG's annual inspections, and can accommodate up to 100 passengers on each chartered trip. Extensive seating options, a sound system with Sirius radio, and a kitchen to prepare snacks make fishing trips comfortable as well as aquatically lucrative. The company's newest vessel, Nautic Star, fosters a more intimate brand of fish-storytelling on its 40-person capacity boat. Fluke, flounder, bass, and live eels are among the species hauled in from the deep, whether by fishing line, cast nets, or polite invitations to hop onboard.
A colorful creature soars high above Rocky Point's coastline. Its rainbow sail lifts, dips, and turns over sandy beaches and a blue ocean that stretches as far as the eye can see. The gliders in question belong to GMI Paragliding School, which makes its home along Rocky Point, a site insured by the United States Hang Gliding Paragliding Association. The school’s skilled instructor introduces beginners to the basics of paragliding, which include ground control, monitoring the weather, theory, and techniques to avoid attracting amorous vultures. After mastering beginner skills, new flyers can join Long Island Paragliding Club to pursue dreams of someday touching the sky’s ceiling.
Sportime's expert instructors impart athletes of all skill sets with ball-swatting knowhow at a full-service tennis facility replete with a lounge area, pro shop, locker rooms for showering, and seasonal indoor and outdoor tennis courts. One-hour private tennis lessons––valid for either adults or juniors––assimilate swingers to the ways of the racquet in a friendly, individualized setting. A senior or staff pro instructor certified in tennis tutelage will guide students through tennis kinetics, Sportime's own accelerated tennis-teaching method that focuses on nurturing and refining forehands, honing backhands, and safely rescuing trapped dolphins from the net.
Deer Park Community Center runs on the belief that children should remain active and use their imaginations. So, the facility organizes a full slate of athletic and cultural programs as an alternative to other popular forms of entertainment, such as playing video games and trying to sell annoying siblings on eBay. The DPCC offers activities that satisfy a wide range of interests. Youngsters can spark up competition with games of volleyball, basketball, and dodgeball, or get their creative juices flowing during theater performances and age-appropriate dances.
Upscale bowling, casual dining, and a local hangout roll into one at 300 Long Island, where boulder-launching revelers can rock the pins on 40 sleek, mood-lit lanes in the main concourse area. While bowling, feel free to tap professional servers for fresh appetizers, pizzas, and more from the varied menu, and they'll deliver dishes directly to your lane. Players troubled by fallout from dizzying spins, complicated scorecards, or highly relatable life insurance commercials can find calming respite at the full-service bar and lounge areas that flank the alleys. The Back 9 area boasts an additional nine private lanes, complete with bar and leather seating. Reserve Bowling rates range from $4.25 to $7.25 per person per game, and shoe rental is $4.50 plus tax. Click here for hours and rates.
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