All Play, a new indoor sports, entertainment facility, is on its way to N.J.

All Play USA LLC, a provider of indoor play and entertainment experiences, has chosen New Jersey to house its flagship facility.

The spot in Hamilton beat out other locations in New York and Philadelphia due to its proximity to major roadways providing easy access to the facility, All Play USA said.

The Hamilton location will house an interactive golf driving range, a multisports turf facility, bowling lanes, a trampoline park, climbing zones and food and beverage options.

“The fact that All Play USA has chosen Hamilton to be the home for its flagship indoor sports and entertainment facility illustrates the strength of our community as a family-friendly destination for entertainment and recreation,” Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede said. “Combined with the many strengths of our community, our growing number of hotels, our retail shopping centers and our great restaurants, Hamilton continues to thrive economically.”

“We are thrilled to have the cooperation of the mayor and her staff in bringing this new concept to market for the residents of New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania,” Ryan A. Marrone, co-founder and managing partner, said. “All Play was founded with the belief that we can meet market demand and fill an existing gap in the marketplace with a first-class facility that is comprehensive to all members of a family in its offerings and quality of products and services.”

All Play said it has two primary components to drive people to the facility. The first is a 2.3 acre field house with artificial turf and hardcourts in a temperature controlled environment with a skylight. The second is an interactive golf driving range with BigShots Golf software.

“We are very excited to be part of the All Play experience as the first location is opened in Hamilton, New JerseyJason Payne, managing partner of BigShots Golf LLC, said.

All Play said it has narrowed the site selection in Hamilton to two locations. Once completed, All play expects to break ground in 2019.