Having played and coached at the professional and Major League levels, instructors are equipped with a wealth of knowledge, which they tote to the indoor training facility where baseball and softball players of all ages hone their skills. Athletes can rent space and purchase memberships to rehearse technique on their own, or they can enroll in clinics, camps, and group or private lessons. Ten batting cages, which lock up feral mascots who escape from their plush zoo, stripe the space, and 25-foot ceilings give players plenty of room to train. Two 75'x75' turf areas can combine into one jumbo-size field, and pitchers practice in one of four lanes.
Tower Tee Golf in Saint Louis offers a nice course for pros and beginners to practice golf.
For a well-crafted dish, be sure to visit the restaurant at this course.
With its kid-friendly vibe, this course is a great spot for families.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
It's all about the hand-eye coordination in baseball. Hone in your skills at St Louis Baseball and Fastpitch Academy in Saint Louis.
Don't spend time searching for parking — guests are welcome to use the adjoining lot.
Go out for a game of golf (mini golf, that is) and have a blast at Fairview Heights' Centerfield Park.
Check out the restaurant at this course for a delicious meal.
Grab the kids when you head to this course — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
Rev your engines! Centerfield Park's go-kart races are the perfect way to spend your day.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Gateway Fun Park delights visitors year-round with a range of entertainment attractions for all ages—from group outings and birthday parties to packs of friends wiling away the afternoon. Mini golfers aim for the green amid two 18-hole courses' babbling brooks, stone partitions, and miniature buildings. Drivers safely let loose their suppressed road rage by bouncing into each other in bumper cars. A full-scale go-cart track gives lead feet of any age a taste of the open road, and the kiddie track lets kids ages 4–9 finally take the wheel their parents normally refuse to let them eat.