- TripBuzz found 33 things to do with kids in or near Auburn, Alabama, including 16 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Opelika, Tuskegee and Phenix City.
- From Southeastern Raptor Center to Jordan-Hare Stadium, the Auburn area offers 39 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Baseball Fields and Golf.
- Auburn holds one of the most popular universities in the state, which is called Auburn University. Not only is the city a strong college town, there are multiple metropolitan options in the city like shopping, cultural attractions, restaurants, and festivals. Its location in the River Heritage region of Alabama also allow there to be several state parks and outdoor recreational sites in the area.
The Southeaster Raptor Center is a rehabilitation center that rehabilitates injured students and conducts educational programs throughout the Southeast. The center also has a charity organization called the War Eagle Forever.
Home to the Auburn Tigers of Auburn University, Jordan-Hare Stadium has a natural grass field for its football games. Concession stands and specialty carts inside and outside the stadium offer treats like funnel cake, gelato, hot dogs, popcorn, and more.
Covering 696 acres, Chewacla State Park has a 26 acre-wide lake with swimming areas and playgrounds. Cabins, picnic areas and scenic trails make this state park a worthy retreat from the tensions of the cities.
Auburn's Frank Brown Recreation Center is a public fitness center that hosts a variety of programs, including fitness classes, drop-in basketball games, and games and parties for children. The facilities include sports courts and weight equipment.
Auburn's Carmike Wynnsong 16 is a 16-theater movie multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies. The theater features digital video and sound, as well as 3D in select theaters. It also offers an array of refreshments.
The Great American Park is an off-road park that specializes in mud-riding and obstacle courses for off-road vehicles. Visitors can bring trucks, dirt bikes, or ATVs to take on the various courses designed by the proprietors.