Blackbeard's Family Entertainment transports visitors to magical and faraway places. One mini-golf landscape mimics the Wild West with realistic hotel and saloon storefronts, whereas another simulates pirate life, and a third brings storybooks to life with castles, moats, and sand traps filled with porridge.
It's easy to believe you're actually on a roller coaster as you sit in the virtual Cyber Coaster or that you're in a 1980s European discotheque while you sneak through the smoky, music-filled twists and turns of the XTreme laser-tag arena. To take a mock tropical vacation, head for the water slides or an adventure course that resembles a jungle rope bridge. Cap'n Kids' Rideland whisks away youngsters to a realm where gravity is irrelevant, and the go-kart tracks blur adults' everyday stresses into a whirlwind of speed.
Although Intersport Fitness Center houses a sprawling weight room, there's still space for exercisers who don't want to work out alone. The facility's staff schedules one-on-one personal-training sessions and weekly group-fitness classes, including cycling and aerobics. Topping things off are amenities such as saunas.
The first time Marqus Crawford ever stepped onto a basketball court was as a freshman in high school. With a whole lot of hard work, Marqus went on to set records at his school and earned a scholarship to play in college. Eventually, he began sharing his wisdom as a coach. Over the last three-plus decades, Marqus has had stints coaching at San José State University, San José City College, and now at MC-Elite Basketball Training. There, Marqus emphasizes the fundamentals of the game, including ball handling, shooting, and basketball IQ. He improves the skills of both male and female players, offering training sessions in private, group, and team settings.