Designed mainly for active youngsters under the age of eight, the West Cincinnati location amps up the uninhibited joy of jumping for kids and the stress-reducing rigors of a clean, safe environment for guests young and old. At the West Cincinnati location, tiny tots can boing-boing their way through brightly colored inflatable structures and explore the toddler area or cheer for their elders—children—on the indoor basketball courts. At the simplified Harrison location, kids are free to bask in the bliss of bouncing as their parents hold aloft scorecards for the most awesomest toe-touch jump. The playland offers edible areas for guests to refuel their stomach tanks in between mid-air somersaults and Matrix leaps across chasms; West Cincinnati also maintains a full café.
Tactical Intelligence Group's NRA-certified instructors boast a wide variety of backgrounds, including law enforcement, military service, and fugitive recovery. This diverse experience converges into a single goal: to train and educate Ohio's citizens on safe firearm use. During beginner courses, the instructors illuminate shooting fundamentals and observe students on the range. Tactical Intelligence Group also leads sessions for more advanced shooters and cartoon cowboys.:
St. Leon Community Park provides the town's 678 residents and numerous visitors a place to play, picnic, and enjoy the great outdoors. One such sun-filled event is the St. Leon Walk/Run, a 5K race for all ages that raises donations for adding new amenities to the park while revealing a beneficial use for feet beyond typing on smartphones.
Tri County Golf Ranch's 9-hole, par 3 course challenges golfers of all skill levels with its undulating bentgrass greens, uphill and downhill shots, and multiple tee options. Before rounds, golfers can practice drives and mulligan excuses on the ranch's manicured short-game area and the sizable driving range—which houses 18 heated and covered bays—before hitting the links.
Game of Fairfield is a haven for friendly competition. The facility encompasses bocce ball courts, video games, and billiards tables, where visitors can rack up between bites of food. Bowling alleys wait nearby, where the crashing of pins unfolds during open games or league play. Live entertainment and special events often take over Game of Fairfield, including regular Cosmic Bowling with black lights and DJs that spin popular music.
At Cincinnati Gymnastics, Olympic coach Mary Lee Tracy and a staff of dedicated instructors help kids realize their athletic potential with expert guidance in gymnastics. Kids aged from three to seven build acrobatic abilities at an early age through classes and camps that hone skills on the vault, bars, balance beam, and floor.