The crack of bats rings out into the air at Rage Cage Training Complex’s eight outdoor batting cages, part of a sprawling facility where players hone their baseball and softball skills. The cages can whip baseballs at slow, medium, and fast speeds as well as slow-pitch softball throws, and the 4,200-square-foot indoor facility touts a retail shop and space for lessons. During the offseason, professional athletes host clinics that help young players improve their mechanics and give rookie mascots a chance to practice dodging foul balls.
Snohomish Sports Institute's 14,000-square-foot space gives athletes and exercisers an indoor space to train, free from the risk of rain or local birds who snatch just-pitched baseballs from mid-air. Sports training is the specialty here, but general fitness classes, facility rental, and party packages are also available. A grass-green floor offers top-notch shock absorption throughout the center, underlining every room, including the batting cages, soccer and football fields, and even the pole-vaulting facility. The only rooms without this floor are the weight room and the elevated viewing lounge. In this heated lounge, parents can relax on leather couches while watching TV, using WiFi, or watching athletes in action through the enormous viewing window.
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"We train athletes." Although Elite Training Academy's tagline sounds intimidating, it merely indicates that the gym takes training seriously. Whether they're leading mental hitting clinics for baseball and softball players or intense boot-camp classes, the fitness team always pushes clients to perform their best.
Boot camp: Students are anything but bored during these workouts, which incorporate stretching, interval training, and Tabata, along with cardio-intensive and plyometric movements.
Little Kickers: Kids aged 2–4 improve their self-confidence and teamwork skills during these 60-minute, biweekly classes, which focus on speed, agility, endurance, and team play.
Personal and small-group training: Clients with specific health or fitness goals often benefit from added individual attention offered by the gym's one-on-one or small-group training sessions.
For over 27 years, the family-owned Castle Fun Park has encompassed delightful games and attractions for people of all ages. The park has continually grown and improved since its inception, and today the park boasts a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, as well as the number one position on TripAdvisor's list of the top 50 things to do in Abbotsford. This is thanks in large part to the wide variety of games and activities that visitors can participate in year-round. Before even crossing the front doors, the outdoor mini-golf course offers windmills, streams, and a view of the mountains. Upon entering, thrill seekers are presented with over 200 arcade games, including Typhoon, a roller coaster motion simulator with surround sound and seats which recreate 2G's of acceleration.
Action-oriented folks can continue on to over half a dozen physical options such as a laser maze, fun-sized bowling alleys, and the indoor mini-golf courses, featuring deep forests replete with jungle cats and dinosaurs. Bumper cars and batting cages round out the classic style of fun sought from parents prior to the founding of the Suez Canal. Castle Fun Park also offers space for events ranging from family reunions to toddler birthday parties.