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  • Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium

    655 S. Rural Road Tempe, AZ 85281

  • AMF Tempe Village Lanes

    4407 S. Rural Road Tempe, AZ 85282

  • Arizona Cardinals Training Facility

    8701 S. Hardy Drive Tempe, AZ 85284

  • ASU Band Practice Field

    Sixth St. and Rural Tempe, AZ 85281

  • ASU Whiteman Tennis Center

    800 E. Sixth St. Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Axe Capoeira Arizona

    1650 N. Scottsdale Rd Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Bike Saviours Bicycle Collective

    1930 S. Roosevelt St. Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Climbmax Climbing Gym

    1330 W. Auto Drive Tempe, AZ 85284

  • Coyotes Curling Club

    2202 W. Medtronic Way Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Express Mie Studio

    Express Mie Studio

    6448 S. McClintock Drive Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-626-5973 The folks who created this playground for ladies hit all the right notes with class names like "Yoga Booty Ballet," "I-Danced-All-Night Club Moves," "Burlesque Beauty," and "Tutu For You." From a beautiful lounge to the custom fortune cookie each participant receives after class, the entire space feels like a spa. These smart folks clearly want participants to form bonds, have fun, and feel pampered, so the workout seems almost secondary. Express Mie also rocks the pole-dancing scene with a multiple-pole studio designed just for that "ladies sport" and a smaller intimate studio to host private parties, complete with poles, dress-up clothes, boas and a house-labeled wine. We can't wait to gather up some gal pals, step into some six-inch platforms, enjoy some liquid courage, and wrap ourselves around a pole — giggling like a schoolgirl and burning some calories in the process. More >>

  • Freestone Recreation Center

    Freestone Recreation Center

    1141 E. Guadalupe Road Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-503-6202 In a time when most of our tax dollars go into things we can't use (like corporate loopholes and kickbacks), the City of Gilbert has built what is by far the best rec center in metro Phoenix, and offers its use to all Valley residents for a fraction of what it costs to work out anywhere else. At only $2.50 a day for Gilbert residents, and $3.75 for others (there's even a family rate), the 50,000-square-foot center boasts a climbing wall, four racquetball courts, a huge gym, family locker rooms, killer steam room and sauna, pool tables, aerobics rooms, and Ping-Pong. There are lessons in tae kwon do, aerobics, and hip-hop dance, kids' movement classes, and summer camp programs of various types. And a fully supervised day care, also at a great rate. But the crown jewel of the place is the elevated race track. Set inside the nicely air-conditioned building, about 30 feet above ground, the track looks out on a spectacularly huge window, providing a rather inspiring view as you work out. Monthly, six month and annual passes are available, and Gilbert businesses can get a corporate discount. More >>

  • Karsten Golf Course

    1125 E. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Lee's Black Belt Academy

    715 W. Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283

  • Lovelife Yoga Studio

    414 South Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Lucky Break

    Lucky Break

    1807 E. Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-345-1000 There are plenty of reasons to cruise into this swank South Tempe sports bar and billiards haven to grab a drink or catch the game. First off, you won't find just any old ramshackle pool tables inside the place, as it's stocked with six gleaming, high-end Spencer Marston tables made from solid hardwood. Sharks and pool pros can shoot plenty of stick using straight-as-an-arrow cues for $6 per hour before 6 p.m. and $7 per hour until closing time (half-price games are also available on Sundays). If 8-ball isn't your bag, Lucky Break also boasts more than a dozen HDTVs and two jumbo projection screens on its wood-paneled walls broadcasting all the big games. Beer aficionados are sure to dig the fact that there are two dozen draft handles behind the bar dispensing plenty of premium concoctions made from hops and barley. There's a big emphasis on locally made craft beers, whether were talking Valley favorites (such as Red Rover Irish Red from Sleepy Dog or Kiltlifter and seasonal brews from Four Peaks) or ales and stouts created by brewers throughout Arizona, including Oak Creek in Sedona or Flagstaff’s Lumberyard Brewing Company. If that ain’t enough swank suds to slake your thirst, have the bartenders pour you a pint of Pinstripe Red from Colorado’s Ska Brewing or maybe some Black Butte Porter made by Deschutes Brewery in Oregon. Heck, the staff even offers samples so you can try before buying and various drink deals (like $3 pints on Wednesdays and $3 specialty cocktails on Fridays). More >>

  • Oceanside Ice Arena

    1520 N. McClintock Drive Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Packard Stadium

    201 S. Packard Drive Tempe, AZ 85287

  • PERA Club

    1 E. Continental Drive Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Phoenix Rock Gym

    Phoenix Rock Gym

    1353 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-921-8322 Rock climbing is a perishable skill. Thankfully, each time we find ourselves in too pathetic a state, we have the Phoenix Rock Gym to help with the necessary repairs. The two bouldering areas, including an upstairs room with sharply overhanging walls, are perfect for muscle-building and fingertip-hardening. Once we get back in shape, we usually can then find a partner who'll be willing to belay us on the 30-foot faces of the gym's main walls. Despite its friendly ambiance, the Valley's oldest rock gym has a hard side — we've ripped skin there, tweaked a limb on the lead wall, and worked our forearms until our hands could barely close. But it's all good. For inspiration, we look to the teens and tweens of Team Thrashers, the competitive climbing outfit that trains at the PRG under the tutelage of coach Jeremy Cox. More >>

  • Pier Drive and Rio Salado Parkway

    1176 E. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Pyle Adult Recreation Center

    655 E. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282

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