Brunswick Zone has been a trusted name in recreational pin pulverizing for more than a century, providing good times to patrons across the country. Friends and families season afternoons with a pleasant peppering of strikes, spares, and easygoing gutter balls under classic bowling conditions, or take the next bold step in ball-hurling evolution and engage in a round of cosmic bowling, where dancing lights, thumping tunes, and black-lit gear light up the full sensorium. At XL locations, game rooms beckon with nimble joystick workouts on classic and modern arcade games.
With 55 years of combined riding experience in the area, Academy Rentals has the goods and knowledge to equip riders for adventures such as zooming across the desert on the back of an ATV or gliding across placid waves atop a wakeboard or jet ski. Half- and full-day tours sweep across dunes in California and Mexico, outfitting guests in safety equipment and giving them their pick of dirt bike, ATV, or dune buggy from makers such as Yamaha and Honda. Before guided or self-directed trips, riders of all experience level can learn or reacquaint themselves with driving basics at the hands of knowledgeable instructors who’ve mastered high-speed transportation by sleeping on the underside of a bullet train.
For proof that there is no limit to the number of fitness certifications a person can receive, you need only peek at personal trainer Roger’s résumé. To date, he has received certifications from the AFAA, NASM, NCIM, ISSA, NCPT, and even the ABCDEFGHIJKLMN. At Incinerate Elite Personal Training, he applies his expertise to private and semiprivate personal-training sessions. The workouts are tailored to your specific goals and expectations.
San Diego Motorsport Rentals gives outdoor adventurers the ability to tame any obstacle with the fleet of all-terrain and aquatic vehicles. Four-wheeled ATVs from Honda, Suzuki, and Kawasaki cut through more than 150,000 acres of off-road paradise. Their mechanics also keep engines in tune on four-stroke dirt bikes so riders can feel the wind blow through their hair while tearing through rugged paths or their high school graduation. From their Grand Avenue and Mission Bay outposts, customers can check out jet skis or boats ready to break through incoming breakers.
In 1983, while constructing a portion of the All-American Canal, a group of workers discovered a treasure amid the shadows of Lions Head Peak—a seemingly limitless supply of hot mineral water. In later years, Glamis North Hot Springs Resort sprung up around this natural oasis, constructing multiple pools and small tubs in which their guests could relax and swim in the mineral-fortified water. Today, palm trees and the Chocolate Mountain's towering peaks surround these piping-hot pools.
Like a teapot housing a genie looking for something new, the area offers visitors far more than just hot water. ATV rentals speedily ferry guests across 64 square miles of desert dunes and toward nearby destinations. The vehicles can explore canyons, old cabins, and bat caves that were created by the San Andreas Fault. Upon return, drivers can decompress at the Sassy’s Outback Café, where master chef Josue Camarena pours country gravy over meatloaf and cooks country-fried steak. As the sun sets over the desert, the resort's guests retire to RV sites, wooden cabins, or covered wagons that can also serve as extra bedrooms.
Chuckwalla Valley Raceway sends speedsters zooming around its 2.68-mile track: a banked, high-speed bowl outfitted with elevation changes and 17 total corners that challenge even the most experienced drivers. Visitors climb behind the wheel during a number of varying driving adventures, including half- and full-day programs designed to improve driving skills, and fans stop by to watch cars soar around the track during various racing events every month.