Batting Cages in Rancho Cucamonga


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  • Scandia Ontario
    Scandia Amusement Park adds a Nordic theme to classic amusement-park rides. Towering over the park, the signature Scandia Screamer Coaster sends riders through more high-speed drops, twists, and turns than that time they tried to cartwheel down the stairs. Shrieks of excitement echo at Cliff Jumper, a 100-foot-drop tower, and the Viking Ship, which swings like a giant pendulum through the air. A kiddie section treats young visitors to less-intense rides, including a carousel and the aptly named Little Dipper Coaster. Back on the ground, more than 12,000 vibrant flowers line two Scandavian-themed putt-putt courses. Waterfalls and trickling streams calm players as they putt golf balls through challenging obstacles such as a stone castle. The competition continues at batting cages, which hurl baseballs and scoops of ice cream at speeds of up to 70 miles per hour. Aside from these everyday attractions, Scandia Amusement Park lures in visitors with birthday-party packages and a seasonal haunted house.
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    1155 S Wanamaker Ave.
    Ontario, CA US
  • Power Alley OC
    The numbers used to describe the Power Alley OC facility are impressive?20,000 square feet in total; 4,200 square feet of multipurpose training area; 8 automated batting cages?but none of it amounts to much without the coaches who put it to good use. The staff counts a former Atlanta Brave, a former San Diego Padre, and former college ballplayers among its ranks, adding up to a depth of experience that trumps any training aid. They pass on the knowledge and skills that took them to the highest level to their baseball- or softball-playing pupils through lessons on hitting, fielding, and pitching for teams and individuals. Hitters can also make use of the batting cages and ATEC pitching machines at their own leisure, enabling them to simultaneously work toward twin dreams of becoming both a big league slugger and rapping umpire.
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    1430 E Walnut Ave.
    Fullerton, CA US
  • Fullerton YMCA
    Established: Before 1950 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 25?50 people Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes Pro Tip: Bring your own mitt. Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Pools and batting cages Recommended Age Group: All Ages
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    2000 Youth Way
    Fullerton, CA US
  • Golf N' Stuff
    The sight of a medieval castle surrounded by tall cacti may seem anachronistic at first, but it's hard to question the image when one is trying to putt a mini golf ball into a grassy hole off the circulating paddles of a windmill. It's whimsical moments like this that make Golf N? Stuff's name feel understated. Beyond the two lush 18-hole mini golf courses that draw year-round visitors, the entertainment center boasts go-karts, bumper boats, and more than 100 arcade games. Batting cages let both kids and adults perfect their swings. Visitors can refuel on hot dogs, Dippin' Dots ice cream, and soda at the snack bar.
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    10555 Firestone Blvd
    Norwalk, CA US
  • All-Star Baseball School
    When he looked past the flourishes of players in the majors, Dylan Gaines realized the swings of professional hitters were nearly identical. Working with pro ballplayers such as Darrell Thomas and Nez Belelo, Dylan honed those swing fundamentals during his stint on the Seattle Mariners. At All-Star Baseball School, he's broken down and distilled these basics into a potent dram of batsmanship for students since 1997. Along with Eric Fischer, a veteran of the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins, Dylan teaches his pupils hitting, pitching, and fielding skills during private lessons and summer camps. After the classes let out, little leaguers can study the greats with an instructional DVD hosted by baseball legend and record holder Pete Rose, who walks viewers through pointers for hitting homers without planting baseballs in the stands beforehand.
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    660 Stoney Dr.
    South Pasadena, CA US
  • Redline Athletics Lake Forest
    Within the 8,000-square-foot Redline Athletics Lake Forest facility, instructors lead athletes of all levels through sport-specific training. Redline Athletics coaches have a lot of experience in a variety of sports—some were professional baseball players, some were standout college athletes, and one was a strength and conditioning coach for the New York Mets. The Lake Forest location has Erin and Cory Yoder, who played college volleyball at USC and UC Irvine. In addition to training athletes, they offer generalized classes in strength, agility, and endurance.
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    22600 Lambert # 1204
    Lake Forest, CA US