- If you're looking for a special occasion activity that is outdoors, this is a fun one. The company is easy to work with and seems to be taking all the necessary protections to keep the experience COVID-safe. They have catering and food/adult beverage options as well, if you fail to prepare adequately!
- The boats are easy to drive and can be a fun time on the lake in rain or shine.
- Luckily enough for us, Seattle has one of ~4 Shop Task outlets in North America. These guys live and breathe roller blades. They have a wide selection, along with helmets and wrist guards (and they're great with making your blades as comfortable as possible with wheel adjustments and ankle boots).
We are all getting obsessed by tennis and want to play better.
3 months ago
If you are near NE Seattle and Magnuson park, Tennis Center Sand Point is a semi public club and is outstanding for all ages. Membership is less than $150 per YEAR! 10 indoor courts and full staff.
Wow! That's amazing. Now just to convince the kids to come with me... 🤔
I am in love with tennis. What a great family sport. I am in NE Seattle so I love Tennis Center Sandpoint, but a great place to start for classes/family coaching would be Edgebrook or Robinswood. I play teams from both spots. Once you get into the tennis world, you'll find all kinds of great coaches and all kinds of social opportunities to play with other adults or kids for your kiddos. Have fun!