One of my family’s favorite spots to hang out during our 7-day cruise was at the sports square area.
Hubby and I tried the 230-foot ropes course challenge. This course has 20 bridges, each named for a Carnival homeport city; 10 distinct elements; and 20 different activities over two different loops, an inner basic loop and an outer more “challenging” route. It looks difficult and a little too thrilling but all challengers wear a safety harness while traversing the nets, ropes, and bridges. We had fun!
Also, the Sky Fitness area features stationary bicycles, elliptical and rowing machines, punching bags and more. And if you would like to run in the sun and fresh sea air, Sports Track is an 800-foot-long jogging path that surrounds the entire area. There is also a lighted multi-purpose space for basketball, volleyball, and soccer, along with a six-station Vita exercise course, a mini-golf course, ping pong and foosball tables. The SportSquare also has a full bar with a large flat-screen display.