Be a champion of indoor sports
Because not everyone is an avid outdoorsman, and/or because sometimes the weather just completely sucks, the Good Lord invented indoor gaming. Of course, there’s always darts and billiards, both of which you can play in the classic dive-bar environs of the 8 Ball Saloon (cash only, please) or the sleek and modern Revel and Roll, where you can also bowl a few cosmic frames if the mood strikes you (sorry). There are also board and card games of all kinds at the Vault of Midnight (Ann Arbor’s answer to The Simpsons’ Android’s Dungeon) or Get Your Game On, which also caters to video gamers. Or demonstrate your prowess at Skee-Ball, air hockey, and, yes, pinball, at Pinball Pete’s, one of the area’s last remaining classic arcades.
Seeking something different? Gather a posse and rent a late-night, BYOB private karaoke room at Blue Karaoke and air those pipes out -- karaoke's totally a sport. Even better, take that posse and BYOB to Whirlyball of Ann Arbor, which combines the joys of dodge ’em cars and jai alai (yes, you read that right).