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Champions Has It All


There's fun for everyone at Champions Sports and Recreation Center
in Hastings. The outside recreation area includes a go-kart track, 18 holes
of mini-golf and batting cages.


Inside there are three 30 foot waterslides. The Recreation Area
includes Adventure Challenge (a two story soft-play maze), Treadwall (rock climbing
on vertical treadmill), batting/golf cage, Jumpshot ( a game played in an enclosed
trampoline with a ball), Jamball (a hoop that can be lowered), and Wee Village(imaginative
play area for children 5 and under). Also inside are two regulation hardwood
courts, a multi-purpose court, tennis courts, racquetball courts, a video game
room, Big Dally's Deli and a complete fitness center.



Address: 1220 West 18th Street
For information, rates, and hours call (402) 462-6220

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