- Where are you located?
- Where can I park?
- What does Green Circle, Red Circle and Blue Circle mean and why are the buildings named how they are?
- Can I use my McDermont Bonus Bucks at the concessions stand?
- Do I have to show my membership card or wristband every time I enter?
- How do I play the arcade games?
- How old do I have to be to participate in the attractions?
- Do I need to sign anything before coming inside?
What does Green Circle, Red Circle and Blue Circle mean and why are the buildings named how they are?
When McDermont Field House was the fruit packinghouse, there were different labels for the citrus fruit. Depending on the quality of the pieces of fruit, they were placed in Green Cirlce, Red Circle or Blue Circle labels. In order to maintain the look and feel of the packinghouse, we have named the three buildings of McDermont after the fruit labels. The Green Circle Building is oldest building; the structure has been there for about 100 years and currently houses the arcade and the Lazement (Laser Tag Basement). The Red Circle Courts are the current basketball/volleyball courts. The Blue Circle Building is the new enormous building that houses our Flowrider, Field House Fitness, Soccer Fields, Eagle Mountain Rock Climbing Wall, and the Lightspace Dance Floor.
No...The $40/$20 you receive on your membership card each month are bonus bucks that may be used for our Interactive Arcade, and Laser Tag. Only cash/credit card will work at the concession stand. You may load cash onto your membership card and that will work to purchase food. The bonus bucks may only be used to purchase admission, Discover McDermont Day Pass or an All Access Day Pass if the money is on your membership card. Once you transfer money onto a Bonus Bucks card it may only be used for our Interactive Arcade and Laser Tag.
Yes...McDermont Field House is the premier sports and entertainment destination in Central California, so there is a price to pay to enter. We swipe your membership card each time you enter to make sure your membership is active, similar to most other fitness centers.
Yes, everyone entering our facility is required to fill out one of our liability waivers (ENGLISH or SPANISH) before entrance is allowed. We have tried to simplify the process as best we can and hope the minute to fill it out is worth the hours you'll spend in our facility.