Tires squeal and engines roar as autos tear around the 14 sloping curves and wicked hairpins of Adams Motorsports Park’s 3/4-mile paved race circuit. Since opening in 1959, the track has acquired an impressive history, with its veterans entering the likes of the Indy 500 and American Le Mans. Although its vintage layout remains, it has grown and undergone renovations and now boasts a massive 700-foot straightaway, where vehicles prove they can hit top speeds without hitching up to a cheetah. The park hosts wheeled contraptions of all types, such as karts with Honda 9-horsepower, 4-stroke engines that reach up to 50 mph. SuperMoto racers leave the pavement to tackle the dirt section’s jumps and treacherous Little Monza turn, which has taunted notable riders such as Jeff Ward.
Adams Motorsports Park also hosts events that bring DJ beats to crowds as they chow down and cheer racers. Time Attack Tuesdays places drivers against the clock, and on Thursdays, aspiring and professional Formula Drift drivers slide around the track. Additionally, the park’s academy teaches novices hoping to follow in the tracks of karters such as Patrick Long and Phil Giebler, both of whom once burned rubber at Adams.
Surrounded by the
peaks of the Ortega Mountains, the towering trees of Cleveland National Forest, and the waters of Lake Elsinore, The Links at Summerly Golf Club couldn't seem farther from the flat, wind-swept coast of Scotland. But that didn't stop course architect Cal Olson from molding an 18-hole layout in the image of Scottish links golf. To that end, he made the most of the area's natural mounding, shaped three miles of burns into the clay, and filled the course with devious bunkers shaped like kidneys or just ovals with poor posture. Adding to the difficulty, the 7,012-yard layout incorporates a host of water hazards, leaving players a thin margin for error on many holes.
A venue for first-rate course play, The Links at Summerly also serves as a venue for practice and improvement with lessons helmed by PGA Class A professional Scott Marson. Lessons can incorporate video swing analysis and guided on-course play to drive home new concepts and strategies.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Length of 7,012 yards from the tips
Course rating of 74.1 from the tips
Slope rating of 142 from the tips
Three tee options
Snack on tasty pub fare at Waldvogel's Bikini Beach Club, a local favorite.
Order a bottle for the table if you like — this restaurant has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more.
Customers here often groove to live music or a DJ.
DJ fans will appreciate Bikini Beach Club's frequent live mixes.
Enjoy live music with your food and drinks at Bikini Beach Club as well.
If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit Bikini Beach Club during the slower weekday hours.
Drivers will find parking not far from the restaurant.
Take a break from the kitchen without breaking the bank! Bikini Beach Club will fill you up with top-notch fare that s modestly priced.
For an indulgent meal of classic pub food, Bikini Beach Club is the place to bring your best buds for a night out.
The Jetovator is a bike-like device with a seat that allows riders to fly up to 25 feet above the waves. Riders are held aloft by the downward-facing jets of water issuing from their device's base and handle bars. It sounds like a complicated process, but really, newbies typically learn to fully operate the device in under 20 minutes. More experienced riders have been known to perform freestyle tricks such as back flips, barrel rolls, and corkscrews. The learning process is especially user-friendly at Aquaflyboarding USA, where a team of certified Jetovator instructors start each flight with a safety overview. Then, they coach flights in real-time. Aquaflyboarding USA also offers experiences on the Flyboard, a similar device that allows users to be propelled while standing up.
After one year and $1 million invested in course renovations, The Links at Summerly course is open once again. The course is near the peaceful shores of Lake Elsinore, and the Ortega Mountains rise into view just past the rolling fairways. Designed by renowned course architect Cal Olson, this par 72 course arises naturally from the verdant Temecula landscape, making rounds as much about sightseeing as they are about lowering handicaps. Don't get too caught up in the scenery, though; this Scottish-style links course offers plenty of challenging play, with tricky approaches and ever-present water hazards forcing golfers to remain focused and vigilant.
Switch up your normal routine and head to FaBoom Dance in Lake Elsinore and experience something new.
If you're a dancer of all trades, come join the fun with the varied classes FaBoom Dance has to offer.
Kickboxing offers a full-body workout as well as a useful self-defense skill.
With a Zumba class from FaBoom Dance, you can work on engaging and toning your muscles.
You won't be disappointed when you take advantage of their fun-moving aerobics.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If you're ready to try something new, come to FaBoom Dance!