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  • 12th and Park Recreation Center

    12th and Park Recreation Center

    1410 S. Tucker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-589-6142

    The 12th & Park Recreation Center is a great facility in a great location. An indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, weight room and boxing gym accompany outdoor basketball courts and sports fields just south of downtown - all free of charge. All it takes is a basic registration and you can play basketball on courts that won RFT’s “Best of St. Louis” award in 2009, or spar in 2008’s best boxing gym. You can pump iron day and night if that’s your thing, or take a water aerobics class in the morning. Since the '70s, this versatile facility has kept innumerable children and adults entertained. Currently, a local charter school holds recess at the center, and various after-school programs keep children busy in the afternoon. Adult class offerings vary by season, but the weight room is available as long as the center is open. More >>

  • Chaifetz Arena

    Chaifetz Arena

    1 S. Compton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-977-5000

    http://www.thechaifetzarena.com You won't leave Chaifetz Arena without overhearing at least one discussion about how to pronounce the name of the 10,000-seat arena on the campus of St. Louis University (for the record, it's Shay-fetz, not Chay-fitz or Kay-feetz). But you don't come here for the name or the SLU connection - it's all about the music, man! Though not quite as massive as the Scottrade Center, Chaifetz has hosted a laundry list of A-list performers, including Lil' Wayne, Vampire Weekend and even Bob Dylan. This is the place for shows that don't require production teams equal to the population of most small Missouri towns. Since most shows at Chaifetz are free or heavily discounted for students, the crowd can be, well, a little less than reverent to the folks on stage, but never mind that. In addition to its musical offerings, Chaifetz also plays host to SLU-approved political figures and speakers on occasion, so just ignore the Bill O'Reilly house ads blazing during intermission. More >>

  • Moolah Theatre & Lounge

    Moolah Theatre & Lounge

    3821 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-446-6866

    http://www.stlouiscinemas.com/moolah/ Moolah Theatre & Lounge is a one-screen movie theater that also houses one of the few bowling alleys in St. Louis City proper, Moolah Lanes. It features couch seating as well as stadium seating and concessions including beer and wine. More >>

  • Racquet Club of St. Louis

    476 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-2100

  • Ramp Riders

    Ramp Riders

    2324 Salena St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-776-4025

    http://www.rampriders.net If you possess a device with two or more wheels which also relies on self-powered conveyance, and like to do tricks on said device, there’s a good chance Ramp Riders is your kind of place. It’s a 30,000 square-foot indoor skate park housed in a former Falstaff Brewery warehouse just off Gravois Avenue in Benton Park. Hidden beyond the questionable exterior is a wonder world of wooden ramps, quarter pipes and rails that’s known as one of the top skate parks in the region. The atmosphere is a bit janky — old mattresses strapped around structural support beams will do that — but this is definitely a professional operation. The pro shop can take care of any purchases or repairs you might need, and helmets are required to use the park. Admission is $10 and $65 gets you a 10-session pass. Private lessons are also available and you can even rent the facility, just like Lil’ Wayne did when he was in town on a tour stop. More >>

  • St. Nicholas Roller Skating Rink

    1805 Lucas Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-231-2860

  • Trueman

    Trueman's Place

    1818 Sidney St St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-865-5900

    http://www.truemanssoulard.com No frills is the name of the game for Trueman's Place located on the edge of both Soulard and Benton Park. It's a big stop each year for folks walking down to the annual Mardi Gras celebration and also a great place to sit outside when the weather is nice. A full menu includes everything from St. Louis style pizzas to sandwiches and wraps to feed hungry sports fans. The summer months also find Trueman's hosting sand volleyball leagues, but babes in bikini tops grace the walls all year 'round. More >>

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