Well, we only stated here for 1 night but we spent our time walking around all of the Universal area resorts and taking silly pictures. I googled for you:
Galaxy Bowl, 10-lane bowling alley and full-service restaurant: Offering everything needed for a boisterous bowling experience for children and adults. Features include food and beverage options (soda, beer, wine, hot dogs, churros) and music and video screens. Bowling is $15 per person + $4 for shoe rental, and if you have one to three people, that price gets you 1 hour of lane time. If you have four to eight people, that price gets you 1.5 hours of lane time.
North Courtyard: 10,000 sq ft pool featuring zero-entry, a sand beach, iconic dive tower water feature, and 100 ft waterslide.
South Courtyard: 6,000 sq ft pool featuring zero-entry, a sand beach, and Universal’s first lazy river.
Poolside activities: Hula hoop contests, dive-in movies, ping pong, pool tables, and more.
Universal Orlando Resort Store: Offering sundries, guest necessities, newspapers, magazines, etc., as well as Universal and Cabana Bay Beach Resort logo merchandise. (SMALL BORING STORE)
Jack LaLanne Physical Fitness Studio: Offering cardiovascular equipment, and an open area with mats, medicine balls, Bosu Balls, and rubber dumbbells, and locker rooms. (NICE FACILITY)
Game-O-Rama game room. (SMALL< BUT WE SPENT $20)