31808 Casino Drive
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Phone: (951) 674-9694
Fax: (951) 245-9249
31808 Casino Drive, Lake Elsinore, CA, US, 92530
- Phone: (951) 674-9694
- Fax: (951) 245-9249
If free-falling at around 120 miles per hour is your kind of action, this drop zone is for you. Only 90 minutes outside of L.A., this is the largest skydiving center in North America and they welcome jumpers of all levels of experience. Safety is the number one priority here: students are outfitted with automatic parachute activation devices. If you go with your buddies you can all jump from the same plane with your choice of accelerated free falls or static-line jumps.
Designed by legend Arthur Hills, CrossCreek is surrounded by rolling hills, old oak and sycamore trees, and flowing creeks. The natural hazards of this par 71 golf course make this course a challenge for any golfer regardless of skill level.
Provides quality golf instruction at afffordable prices at 3 different Southern California locations.
Ted Robinson designed and Pete Dye updated this 6,636 yard, 18 hole premier golfing facility. Temeku Hills offers breathtaking views, five lakes, several doglegs, four sets of tees, and challenging greens. Other amenities of this club include a 40,000 square foot clubhouse, golf shop, grass driving range, banquet facilities, and the Grill Room.
Shoot some pool and throw some darts at High Society Billiard & Dart Club. Tournaments and leagues are available.
Temecula Creek Inn offers a stunning 27-hole championship layout set within Southern California's picturesque wine country that received the coveted Four Star rating from Golf Digest Places to Play. Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course's 27 holes offer guests three distinct course options, perfect for a day of golf or an extended stay. From the traditional adjoining fairways of the Creek course, to the scenic beauty of the Oaks, to the dramatic elevation changes of the precision-demanding Stonehouse, this is golf at its purest, surrounded by nature at its finest.
Spread out over 534-acres, this once barren and abandoned Silica mine has transformed into a challenging par-70, 6,544-yard luxury golf course. The surrounding area was once known as the Lemon Capital of the World but since then the lemon groves have given way to big business and urban development, virtually wiping out the industry and moving it elsewhere. The course itself offers a host of challenging opportunities for amateur golfers and professionals alike. Green fees are generally reasonable depending on time and age. Make sure you reserve your tee time as Dos Lagos Golf Course tends to have quite a lot of players.
KCS Equestrian Center offers lessons in Western and English style riding. They have boarding and training facilities for horses.
A public 18 hole course designed by Ron Fream. Rated 7th Best among California's public golf courses, Redhawk Golf Course's practice facilities include a practice bunker, driving range, and a putting & chipping green. Their golf shop features brand name clubs, clothing, and accessories. After a nice golf outing, chill out at Rico's Cantina which specializes in Southwestern-Mexican foods and spirits.
Eagle Glen Golf Club is located in the city of Corona and is well worth the drive. The club has quickly become a favorite of the Inland Empire, as well as all of Southern California. Eagle Glen Golf Club was designed by Gary Roger Baird and is managed by Troon Golf, the leader in upscale golf course management. The layout at Eagle Glen will be sure to provide golfers of every skill level a challenging yet memorable golfing experience. The front nine is defined as requiring target-style golf, while the back nine links in nature with an abundance of natural grass. The greens remain consistent throughout the course, large and undulating. There is no particular signature hole on this course. But the overall game is quite enjoyable. Call ahead for tee times.
Teaching gymnastics and dance is just the tip of the iceberg. It also has instructors who teach sports like rock climbing, martial arts and wrestling, to kids of all ages. There are structured classes, as well as periods of "open gym" time when students can practice on their own. Parents are free to stay and supervise from the second floor viewing area.
A semi-private course, the Rancho del Cielo Golf Course is the National Headquarters for the American Lite Golf Association. Due to the shortened length of this 32-par, 10 hole course, golfers use Cayman balls or lite balls.