- TripBuzz found 202 things to do with kids in or near Algonquin Park, Ontario, including 202 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Detroit, Westland, Dearborn and Sterling Heights.
- From Superior Odyssey Sailing Charters to Belle Isle Park, the Algonquin Park area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Specialty Museums and Camping Site.
A small, locally-owned independent theater, the Lyon theater maintains an intimate, family-oriented atmosphere. The theater shows two movies at a time, one aimed at children and the other at more mature audeiences, and offers low-priced tickets and concessions.
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1800 N. Dixboro Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105 MoreLess Info
Visitors at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum can view flowers, gardens, restored landscapes, and a sustainable farm. The conservatory is the largest free-span conservatory in the world, and is divided into temperate, tropic, arid, and bonsai sections.
Currently functioning as both a museum and the South Lyon Historical Society is the Witch's Hat Depot Museum. The museum was named for its distinct roof design and has been preserved on the inside to replicate a historic, turn-of-the-century train depot.
Featuring 28 lanes, Pinz Bowling Center hosts both open and league bowling as well as private parties and events. The center offers automatic bumpers and a full-service restaurant and bar with food and adult beverages.
The Huron Valley Rail Trail spans 12 miles, and connects with over 25 miles of trails throughout various other parks and recreational locations throughout the area. The trail itself is composed of a 12 foot wide asphalt path.
Consisting of both indoor and outdoor gardens, Matthaei Botanical Gardens grows a wide range of plants for tropical and desert environments. It also has an interactive children's garden with toys and a waterfall.
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21975 A.D. Shadd Road | N0P 1Y0, Chatham, Ontario MoreLess Info
Visitors of the Buxton National Historic Site & Museum can learn about the history of the Underground Railroad in Canada. The site, which offers information regarding the immigration of African-Canadians and a genealogy site, also features a museum shop.