City Beach

★★★★☆
City Beach Volleyball Club offers year-round volleyball programming for every level of participant. We offer a wide range of programs, from skills clinics and summer camps to upper-level power teams. City Beach also offers a number of corporate events, from team building events to beach parties and is committed to giving our customers the best experience possible.
  • 2911 Mead Avenue

    Santa Clara, CA 95051

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  • 408-654-9330

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just like a chuck e cheese but for adults. you can enjoy rock climing, a game of volleyball or even just hang out and enjoy a couple of drinks. i want my next birthday party here. they also have kiddie things to do, but they kids always have the fun.

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★★★★☆

just like a chuck e cheese but for adults. you can enjoy rock climing, a game of volleyball or even just hang out and enjoy a couple of drinks. i want my next birthday party here. they also have kiddie things to do, but they kids always have the fun.

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My daughter has had the opportunity to play volleyball here. Have not used any of the other fun game activities, but do see that there is a lot. It looks like this is set up for events. They have basketball, table tennis, pool tables and a few more things. I have used the exercise equipment , not a lot but enough to get the cardio going. As for volleyball, they organized teams, practices and private instructors. The facility is clean and plenty of parking. There is also another location in Fremont.

5
★★★★★

My daughter has had the opportunity to play volleyball here. Have not used any of the other fun game activities, but do see that there is a lot. It looks like this is set up for events. They have basketball, table tennis, pool tables and a few more things. I have used the exercise equipment , not a lot but enough to get the cardio going. As for volleyball, they organized teams, practices and private instructors. The facility is clean and plenty of parking. There is also another location in Fremont.

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The last company I worked for was big on forced-fun events where you and your co-workers trudge off to some peculiar venue and indulge in awkward conversations for three hours in the name of team building. I've been rockwall climbing, bowling, go cart racing, paint balling (not sure that can be a verb, but whatever), and I've even done one of those goofy ropes courses--all for corporate team building events.

One of the better events I've been to was held at City Beach. It was low on corny themes (e.g. rock climbing as an allegory for raising shareholder value), active but not overly so (there was foosball, ping pong, bocce, volleyball, and basketball as choices), and low key. Also, we didn't have to drive to a remote location, get suited up in some silly garb, and engage in any activities that were going to make folks feel really out of place (think of that heavyset guy from IT trying to climb a rock wall with a canvas harness wedged up his butt).

At any rate, if you're planning a corporate event around the South Bay, I strongly recommend City Beach.

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★★★★☆

The last company I worked for was big on forced-fun events where you and your co-workers trudge off to some peculiar venue and indulge in awkward conversations for three hours in the name of team building. I've been rockwall climbing, bowling, go cart racing, paint balling (not sure that can be a verb, but whatever), and I've even done one of those goofy ropes courses--all for corporate team building events.

One of the better events I've been to was held at City Beach. It was low on corny themes (e.g. rock climbing as an allegory for raising shareholder value), active but not overly so (there was foosball, ping pong, bocce, volleyball, and basketball as choices), and low key. Also, we didn't have to drive to a remote location, get suited up in some silly garb, and engage in any activities that were going to make folks feel really out of place (think of that heavyset guy from IT trying to climb a rock wall with a canvas harness wedged up his butt).

At any rate, if you're planning a corporate event around the South Bay, I strongly recommend City Beach.

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