The MCCS Community Center is a great indoor space to hold your next party. A PA system allows you to play your favorite tunes while the high ceilings make this a perfect place to set up a giant inflatable Jupiter Jump from Outdoor Adventures. The Community Center will provide tables and chairs to meet your needs.
The Auto Skills Center offers state-of-the-art equipment and a knowledgable staff for all your "DO IT YOURSELF" needs. There is all Full Service available where we do all the work with ASE Technicians; you can wait in our lobby or drop off your car and pick it up later.
Information, Tickets and Tours offers discounted tickets and travel information regarding theme parks, hotels, museums, zoos and more.
Outdoor Adventures provides recreational rentals, including equipment for winter and summer sports, camping, gardening and party gear. Children’s games, tables, chairs, canopies and Jupiter Jump inflatables. Spaces can also be rented out for those needing a place to board their horses.
The paintball park aboard base is open Friday through Sunday for individuals and private groups. Private groups can also rent this great facility Monday through Thursday. Bring your own equipment or rent it on site. It’s a day of fun for the whole family!
With 20 well-maintained lanes, large screen televisions, digital jukebox, video games and a snack bar, Sandy Hill Lanes is a great facility for indoor recreational fun and relaxation.
Sunset Cinema shows first-run movies seven days a week for $3, as well as 3D movies for $5. It is the location for several MCCS special events throughout the year. Sunset Cinema is also available for reservations as the Combat Center Auditorium. The facility offers a projector, lighting and sound that can be utilized for briefs, ceremonies and meetings.
The Wood Hobby Shop provides low-cost laser engraving services to imprint unique messages and designs onto almost any surface. Patrons can also purchase woodworking supplies and lumber to build or repair your own woodwork, craft and hobby items. Patrons using the woodworking machinery are required to attend a free safety class first.