New Indoor Recreation Center Opens In Lakewood 

Daniel Heitzenrater, President/CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce, State Senator George Borrello, and County Executive P. J. Wendel joined Kyle and Emilee Crandall to cut the ribbon on their new virtual sports and entertainment venue, Mulligan’s on Fairmount, in Lakewood.

LAKEWOOD – A new indoor recreation center opened in Lakewood this week.  

Mulligans on Fairmount at 4467 West Fairmount Avenue in Lakewood with three rooms for virtual recreation, including digital golf, sports, shooting, and virtual reality and arcade gaming. 

Owners Kyle and Emilee Crandall say whether you want to play a round of golf at a premier course or just have fun and try out other virtual sports, they can offer groups a fun time. 

Mulligans on Fairmount features three fully equipped rooms for everyone from the serious sports enthusiast to the family looking for a great party experience.  

The Pebble Beach room offers digital versions of hundreds of championship golf courses where you can try out a driving range or work on your short game.  

The Maldives room offers hundreds of golf courses, along with a variety of digital sports, zombie dodgeball, carnival games, sharpshooting practice, and more.  

The Las Vegas room provides an out-of-this-world virtual reality experience with gaming adventures, along with a custom-built four-person arcade machine that will take you back to your favorite decade with tons of classic arcade games, along with big screen Mario Kart, Doom and more. 

“We set out to establish a unique one-stop shop for all ages for indoor entertainment in Chautauqua County. It’s been a lot of work, but we are so pleased to share the results with the entire community now,” said owner Kyle Crandall.  

The Crandalls were joined for a ribbon-cutting on Wednesday by State Senator George Borrello, County Executive P. J. Wendel, and Daniel Heitzenrater, President/CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce. 

For more information or to book a rental, visit their website at 


1 Comment

  1. Maybe the working poor, elderly, disabled, and displaced with lack of housing and resources can stay there to keep warm. Priorities….. Hmmm
    Good Job

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