If you're a sports fan, Target Sports Ctr in Gormley is the place you want to be.
When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this club has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
In 1967, Monty Guest—a revered black belt who was one of the top students of Canada’s premier martial artist, Masami Tsuruoka—developed the Kai-Shin form, which translates to “open mind”. Although several thousand years separates the birth of karate from the founding of the Kai-Shin system, Kai-Shin is still rooted in history, providing students young and old with a time-tested approach to building confidence, improving self-discipline, and bolstering fitness.
With more than four decades of teaching under his black belt, Sensei Guest still remains KaiShin Martial Arts’ head instructor. He, alongside a small team of instructors, shares his accrued wisdom at two facilities, including one in Mississauga that features a ring devoted purely to sparring and re-enacting famous Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robot matches.
Ultimate Airsoft doubles as a training facility for law-enforcement officers and the backdrop of military-simulation games. The 15,000-square-foot indoor arena's airsoft games invite players to trawl the urban environs, littered with empty oil barrels and
wooden structures to hide behind. The obstacles are rearranged several times a year, so the players who play in weekly leagues probably shouldn't hide their snacks in the abandoned car's wheel.
On six wind-swept acres of sprawling green grass and leafy trees, two half-acre ponds shimmer and occasionally ripple as rainbow trout pierce the surface in search of tiny winged dinners. The scenery is pleasant, but the trout are the stars of the show at Burd’s Family Fishing resort where anglers of all kinds cast lines into well-stocked ponds in hopes of big catches. The staff provides all equipment including a rod and bait, allowing new fisherman to try out the sport without investing in expensive gear and a “Gone Fishing” garage door cover. They also clean the incandescent fish for free and bag them on ice for easy transport. Rod-reelers need only pay admission and a fee per hooked trout. Visitors can also take a respite from angling to picnic among the pastoral landscape and tranquil ponds by bringing their own lunch.
When folks think of axes, lumberjacks and lumberjack impersonators immediately spring to mind. Perhaps that's why it's hard to hold an axe without getting the urge to watch it spin through the air and sink its blade into a tree. At Bullseye Axe Throwing, people can indulge that instinct. Here, at a safe target range, visitors get in touch with their primitive selves, taking axe in hand and propelling it towards wooden bulls-eyes. The crew of teachers and axe-aficionados are so dedicated to the sport that they've even put together an axe-throwing league.
Not only does the shooting range provide a great outlet for stress, it also prepares you for zombie situations and can make for a really fun day. No license or membership required! The shooting range at Urban Tactical offers a wide selection of firearms and ammo in a safe, clean, and enjoyable facility. All shooting-range packages include instruction from knowledgeable range officers so you’re sure to learn how to shoot properly. Urban Tactical features two indoor ranges with a state-of-the-art HVAC system that improves air quality and reduces lead exposure.