The leagues are confusing. There are power house teams that play every season, and win the chamionship games every season so any one that is new should just stay clear, its a waste of money and a house team...good luck....
On top of the fee to play the sport there is a $25 players card, which you'll have to purchase every year, and the money goes straight into the pocket of the owner. And if you you want someone to sub for you for a game, they'll have to buy one too, thats if they are allowed to play. So if you don't have enough players, too bad, you have for forfeit.
The birthday partys are very disorganzined, they generally take place durning the day when other sports are going on, so the language they hear from the court is not appropriate for little ears. And I don't think concessions gets inspected by the health inspector...the staff doesn't wear gloves
Summer camp was boring, we ended up sending our girls to the YMCA where they did different activities everyday, all employees are CPR/First Aid certified (they are not at the CSC) and the employees are screened for past violations, offenses, etc. (which they are not at the CSC).
They do not have open play time for members, because if you are a member of PEAK, that is all you are a member of, you can't play on the field for free, its cost money, you can't just shoot the basketball around, there is an open play fee, during a certain time of course, forget inline hockey or volleyball, those need to be specially booked.
There are alot of car break-ins, the trainers at PEAK actually got into a fist fight on the football field, whie birthday parties were going on, and now they want to add a bar downstairs...really...mixing alcohol and playing sports....with kids around...sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.
Its like the owner is trying to make so much money, any way he can, by offering so many different things that is like a trainwreck.....
Time to leave your excuses at the door..
Time to leave your excuses at the door.
There are so many weather-related factors that could prevent you from bringing your game outside in Charlotte. "It's too hot!" "It's raining!" Well now it's time to leave your excuses at the door.
The Charlotte Sports Center, the Queen City's largest indoor facility, allows you to play regardless of the weather. The 75,000 square foot center focuses on indoor soccer, basketball, tennis and roller hockey, offering clinics, leagues, lessons and tournaments to all participants. The leagues run throughout the year and vary in age group. There are also designated open play sessions for members.
Other areas in the facility have been set aside for volleyball, Ultimate Frisbee, flag football and lacrosse, so name your game. It's all happening at the Sports Center. Sean O'Connell
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