Summer Guide: Slew
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On weekends, the field opens at 8 a.m. A full day goes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and costs $39.99. A half day, $25.99, goes from 9 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m.
Visit topgunpaintball.com or call 732-928-2810.
TopGun Paintball Games is at 567 Monmouth Road, Cream Ridge.
Sky Zone, Ocean — Defy gravity at Sky Zone's trampoline park, where you can enjoy activities, including freestyle jumping, the Foam Zone, SkySlam, Ultimate Dodgeball, SkyJoust and more.
SkySlam lets you dunk like the pros, while freestyle jump let's you enjoy wall-to-wall trampoline courts. Individuals under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent.
Sky Zone sessions are $17 for 60 minutes, $21 for 90 minutes and $25 for 120 minutes.
Visit skyzone.com or call 732200-4344 for more information. Sky Zone is at 2355 Route 66, Ocean. Silverball Museum, Asbury Park — Break your everyday routine at Silverball Museum, located on the Asbury Park boardwalk. Tony Imbimbo, the night manager at Silverball, said the arcade game room features pinball, skee ball, air hockey and video games starting from the 1950s to 2016.
"We get everybody from 5-year-olds up to 90-year-olds," Imbimbo said. "You can now get an app that has 3,600 different pinball machines on your phone, but then you come in here and you play them for real. It's a lot different. It's really amazing that in the last five or six years, pinball itself has taken off among younger people. They seem to enjoy playing a physical game."
Play from opening to 5 p.m. for $15, or play from 5 p.m. to closing for $15. Play from opening to closing for $25.
Visit silverballmuseum.com or call 732-774-4994. Stop by at 1000 Ocean Ave. in Asbury Park.
ShowRoom, Asbury Park — Experience a movie in an intimate theater that's hard to come by anymore. Mike Sodano, the owner at the ShowRoom in Asbury, said the ShowRoom is the best spot to see a movie.
"We have a very comfortable, cozy atmosphere that you don't experience in what we call the 'big-box' theaters," Sodano said.
The independent movie theater features sofa-like seating, and a concession stand with delicious delicacies, like local vegan and vegetarian friendly snacks, as well as the typical popcorn and soda.
Every Wednesday night, enjoy dinner at MOGO and a movie for $16.
The theater is known for showing smaller indie films with profiles of musicians and artists.
"It’s the kind of movie you don’t see anywhere else," Sodano said.
Visit theshowroomap.com or call 732--502-0472. ShowRoom is at 707 Cookman Ave., Asbury Park. Mini golf — There are plenty of spots to mini golf at the Shore. Bradley Beach: Shipwreck Island Mini Golf is on the boardwalk at 800 Ocean Ave. Enjoy views of the beach and a course that is full of brooks, rock formations, waterfalls and other obstacles. Visit bradleybeachminigolf. com or call 732-774-2937 for more information.
Tinton Falls: Twin Brook Golf Center features an 18-hole championship miniature golf course built for adults and children. Visit twinbrookgolfcenter. com or call 732-922-1600. Twin Brook Golf Center is at 1251 Jumping Brook Road.
Seaside Heights: Wacky Rooftop Golf is available at Casino Pier starting at noon. It's located on multiple rooftops between the Casino Pier Arcade and Amusement Park. Enjoy views of the ocean, boardwalk and Casino Pier. Closing times vary. Visit casinopiernj.com for more information. Point Pleasant Beach: Jenkinson's Castaway Cove will take you on a journey through caves, past waterfalls or Crow's nest, which travels to the top of the cove offering views of down below. Visit jenkinsons.com or call 732-892-0600 for more information. Jenkinsons is at 300 Ocean Ave. iPlay America, Freehold — Enjoy a range of fun indoor activities, including laser tag, go-karts, amusement rides, a 4D theater, skyscraper, bumper cars and mini bowling at iPlay America. The summer is sure to host a variety of events and celebrity appearances as well.
Visit iplayamerica.com or call 732-577-8200 for more information.
iPlay America is at 110 Schanck Road, Freehold.