BATTER’S BOX SF— The freshly opened, 2,000-square-foot facility in the Presidio packs a softball and two baseball batting cages, all equipped with HD video screens so you know when the pitch is about to be fired. www.battersboxsf.com. 933B Old Mason St., 707.412.8228. Map 2, E2
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS— The Bay Area’s professional basketball team currently plays at the Oracle Arena in Oakland but has plans to move to a state-of-the-art, privately financed recreation and entertainment facility in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. www.nba.com/warriors. Oracle Arena, 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, 510.986.2200.
HOUSE OF AIR— Jump to your heart’s content at this expansive indoor trampoline park, located in a historic airplane hangar in the Presidio. Not only does it afford some of the best views of the city and the bay, but the park includes large trampoline decks with trampoline walls (dodgeball, anyone?) and a children’s bounce house for ages 6 and under. www.houseofairsf.com. 926 Mason St., in the Presidio, 415.345.9675. Map 2, F2
K1 SPEED— Put the pedal to the metal and tear up the professionally designed racetrack at this indoor electric go-kart racing center. The eco-friendly entertainment venue features an extensive collection of racing memorabilia as well as a snack bar and meeting rooms, making it ideal for parties, business functions and special events. www.k1speed.com. 160 Beacon St., S. San Francisco, 650.741.0215.
MISSION CLIFFS ROCK CLIMBING CENTER— This original Touchstone gym established in 1995 has 23,000 square feet of climbing, including a lead wall that ascends over 50 feet and some of the highest indoor climbing you will find anywhere. The center also offers performance indoor cycling, yoga, a weight room and 2,000 square feet of bouldering. www.touchstoneclimbing.com. 2295 Harrison St., 415.550.0515. Map 2, J6
PLANET GRANITE— Located in the heart of the verdant Presidio by the Golden Gate Bridge, this indoor climbing gym boasts 25,000 square feet of climbing terrain, a full fitness and cardio area and two yoga studios. Enjoy fantastic views across Crissy Field as you climb and work out. www.planetgranite.com. 924 Mason St., 415.692.3434. Map 2, E2
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS— The NFL team has moved to Santa Clara to play at the new state-of-the-art Levi’s Stadium, nearly two million square feet of cutting-edge technology, sustainable design, gourmet concessions and art exhibits that redefine the fan experience. www.sf49ers.com. 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way, Santa Clara, 415.464.9377.
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS— One of the longestestablished professional baseball teams, the 2010 and 2012 MLB World Series champions attract 3 million fans annually. Watch star players Matt Cain, Tim Lincecum and Buster Posey play ball at the beautiful waterfront 43,000-seat AT&T Park, which frequently sells out. www.sfgiants.com. 24 Willie Mays Plaza, 415.972.2000. Map 1, F7