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Business Listing   Academy of Kung Fu - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 577-8323


Business Listing   Boardwalk - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 423-4200


Business Listing   Canton Restaurant and Lounge - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 578-9970


Business Listing   Chinese Garden Restaurant - Lounge - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 425-7550


Business Listing   FOXX Bowl - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 425-7979


Business Listing   Golden Palace Restaurant & Lounge - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 423-4261


Business Listing   Grumpy's Tavern - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 636-4322


Business Listing   Lite Weights for Women Only - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 577-8950


Business Listing   Longview Country Club - Clubhouse - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 423-8500


Business Listing   Longview Country Club - Professional Shop - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 425-3132


Business Listing   Longview Country Club - Turf Maintenance Center - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 425-7690


Business Listing   Longview Taekwondo - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 423-3780


Business Listing   Mint Valley Racquet & Fitness Complex - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 636-4770


Business Listing   Oregon Way Tavern - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 577-5773


Business Listing   Physical Impact - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 577-6015


Business Listing   Porky's Cafe & Lounge - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 636-1616


Business Listing   Powerhouse Gym & Fitness Center - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 425-5611


Business Listing   Regent Chinese Restaurant & Lounge - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 423-8680


Business Listing   ROXY Special Event Venue - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 425-4564


Business Listing   Shamrock Tavern - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 577-7444


Business Listing   Silver Star Sports Bar & Grill - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 423-8007


Business Listing   Three Rivers Athletic Club - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 636-5589


Business Listing   Triangle Tavern - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 636-2900


Business Listing   Tumbleweeds Preschool - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 423-4770


Business Listing   Western Youth Baseball - Longview, WA - Phone: 1 (360) 425-5680


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Helpful Definition for: Clubs

A health club or a fitness club in Longview is a place which houses exercise equipment for the purpose of physical exercise. The facilities and services provided in these clubs are: main workout area, cardio area, group exercise classes, sports facilities, and personal training. The other services provided are health shops, snack bars, restaurants, member lounges and cafes. It is not unusual for a sauna, steam shower, or wellness areas to be present. They charge a fee to allow visitors to use the equipment, courses and other provided services. Costs can vary through the purchase of a higher-level membership or a life membership.

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