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  • K1 Speed

    K1 Speed

    2425 S. 21st St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-275-5278 When local off-road racer "Pistol" Pete Sohren closed his Speedway indoor kart-racing business, Valley go-kart enthusiasts weren't left with many options — that is, until national chain K1 Speed opened a Phoenix location in the old Speedway building. Visitors can now enjoy all the medium-octane (45 miles per hour, max) excitement of whizzing around an indoor track on a go-kart — minus noxious exhaust fumes. All K1's karts are electric, which means you can race with a group of friends, and spectators won't have to shout at each other or gag on the smell of gas. As a company, K1 has credibility — professional racer Boris Said is a co-owner — and the tracks are designed to mimic those in NASCAR. Plus, the lobby is pretty pimp, all decked out in custom paintings of cars, chrome siding, and shiny arcade racing games, with plenty of black leather couches and chairs for resting after the big race. More >>

  • Karsten Golf Course

    1125 E. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Karve Studio

    7154 E. Stetson Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Ken McDonald Golf Course

    Ken McDonald Golf Course

    800 E. Divot Drive Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-350-5250 It's hard to improve upon perfection — especially when perfection comes cheap. However, Ken McDonald Golf Cours has managed to make the course even better than it was before by elongating its 11th hole. The par-72 championship course has upfated carts, is scenic, always in great shape, and, most importantly, still cheap — even in the winter. Winter rates at Ken McDonald fluctuate but rarely go above $32, which is nice when rates at the Valley's premier courses skyrocket with the arrival of the snowbirds to upwards of $200. More >>

  • Ken Shamrock's Lion's Den

    2954 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-941-LION Former UFC and WWE star Ken Shamrock has been training fighters in mixed martial arts for years at his Lion's Den dojo in Reno, Nevada. In 2008 Shamrock opened a location in Scottsdale, boasting 8,000 square feet of training space, including a boxing ring, a fighting cage, and a fully equipped weight room. Shamrock handpicked the instructors for the Scottsdale location, who include Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Carlos Farias, UFC fighter Edwin Dewees, kick-boxing world champion Rick Roufus, and Shamrock himself. Members of the Lion's Den can receive instruction in a variety of martial arts, from Muay Thai kick-boxing and grappling to boxing and jiu-jitsu. Members can participate in classes or pay for special one-on-one instruction. Kids are welcome, too, as the dojo offers martial arts programs for "Cubs" (ages 4-8) and "Juniors" (ages 9-14). More >>

  • Kids That Rip Indoor Skate Park

    Kids That Rip Indoor Skate Park

    1927 N. Gilbert Road Mesa, AZ 85203
    480-844-9600 Kids That Rip Skatepark in Mesa sent two of its skaters to X-Games 18 in Los Angeles during 2012 to compete on the ramps. But not every skater out there has the goods to be X Games-worthy. So why not grind bowls, ramps, and rails aplenty on smooth wood surfaces indoors instead of baking in a cement microwave outside? Kids That Rip has over 3,500 square feet of street course bliss inside an air-cooled facility that will make it feel like Dogtown at Venice Beach. There also are the previously mentioned bowls and ramps, and even a tunnel. Skate camps for kids ages 5 to 15 run throughout the summer, starting at $199 per week for park members. The park also features an all-ages open skate at $15 for a three-hour session, with a themed open skate every first Friday. More >>

  • Kierland Golf Club

    Kierland Golf Club

    15636 N. Clubgate Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    480-922-9283 This Scottsdale course is Troon-managed, which means you can guarantee it's going to look pretty much immaculate. Designed by Scott Miller, the 27-hole course has more than 300 bunkers, lakes, washes and stands of trees all of which comes together for a unique collection of nines, all different and all challenging. The golf carts might be one of the course's biggest draws since Kierland offers state-of-the-art rides equipped with air conditioning. In other words, this course can really be enjoyed during the 120-degree days of summer. Golfers can also feast their eyes on spectacular views of some of the Valley's best landmarks including Camelback Mountain, Mummy Mountain, Pinnacle Peak and the McDowell Mountains. More >>

  • Kiwanis Activity Center

    16957 E. Kiwanis Drive Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

  • Kiwanis Park Batting Range

    Kiwanis Park Batting Range

    6005 S. All-America Way Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-350-5727 Most outdoor batting cages suffer from the wear and tear of AZ summers, with ratty nets and sun-cracked equipment. And it's more than likely that the machines haven't been calibrated in years, resulting in more junk than strikes down the middle. Kiwanis Park is a rare exception, a batting range tended with loving care, thanks to the city of Tempe. Baseball machines start slow and top out at 75 miles per hour, but there also are slow-pitch softball machines, so you can practice for your office league, and fast-pitch softball machines for those training to be the next Jennie Finch. In addition to the cages, there's a pro shop to upgrade from that beat-up old batting glove and a concession stand to quench your thirst and sate those mid-practice hunger pangs. More >>

  • Kiwanis Recreation Center

    Kiwanis Recreation Center

    6111 S. All-America Way Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-350-5201 We give extra props to this Tempe outdoor facility because of everything around it — tennis and volleyball courts and shaded picnic areas for starters. Located in the 125 acre Kiwanis Park, the rec center's other amenities include indoor wave pool, fitness center, gymnasium, corporate ramada area and classrooms. Since almost all outdoor activities must be done at night during the Arizona summer -- if you want to avoid being miserable -- it's a good thing the 15 tennis courts at Kiwanis Park in Tempe have lights, which stay on until 10 p.m. Of course, even summer nights here are hot, so you'll probably still work up a sweat. That's no problem if you're playing at Kiwanis, because the tennis courts are located right next to the community pool. More >>

  • Kolby

    Kolby's Corner Pocket Billiards

    1301 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-829-7344 If you're serious about billiards, follow the pros. Literally shoved into the corner pocket of a Tempe strip mall, Kolby's Corner Pocket attracts the top namein 2008, local superstar Scott Frost bested world-famous One Pocket player Efren Reyes on his home turf. Sure, there are cheaper pool halls in town, but cheap often equals moth-eaten felt, shabby balls, and rickety old cues. Trust us: You want your balls to be smooth and fresh, and Kolby's equipment is in tip-top shape. The hall has 15 nine-foot regulation tables, a full menu, and bar. There are also a few less expensive (but smaller) hourly tables, if you're not on par with the pros. More >>

  • KOLI Equestrian Center

    5594 W. Wildhorse Pass Blvd. Chandler, AZ 85226