Players from every team in the NBA bubble have played golf.
Most have had at least a few players go fishing while some have taken boats out.
Bowling is available for a few hours most nights.
The barbers arrive for the first time later this week.
And the walking trail is pretty much always occupied by coaches or players.
On occasion at Walt Disney World, basketball even gets played.
This is the NBA's home away from home for the foreseeable future - and efforts are being made to make the time fun.
The bubble in central Florida is where 22 teams have settled for about a week now, where they all will remain for another month and where teams that make the playoffs will be for considerably longer.
"We're trying to just live our life," Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers said.
"Have our best Disney life."
This summer away from home isn't ideal with those involved away from their families, many teams missing players or other personnel because of the coronavirus and daily reminders that this well-isolated world was created during a pandemic.
But the league is trying to make the days at Disney go a little faster, with activities available almost around the clock.
And, of course, there's the food.
Panned by some players upon arrival, it may not be quite the level that NBA types are used to but it's generally been OK.
"If you're talking about it being a five-star restaurant, no, but if you talk about it being good food that you can eat and enjoy, I think it is," New Orleans coach Alvin Gentry said.
The NBA even developed an app for the Disney life and includes everything from how to get food delivered to how to book extra practice time.
You can even report violations of health protocols, such as someone not wearing a mask, as well as links to mental health resources and even details on how players can register to vote if they haven't already.
In short, there are many ways to keep busy in the bubble.
"We've got a lot to do. It's still not normal, but that's fine with us" Rivers said.
"Again, we're going to live the best Disney life that we can."