- TripBuzz found 28 things to do with kids in or near Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, including 17 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lewisburg, Hazleton, Benton and Danville.
- From Children's Museum to Bloom Bounce, the Bloomsburg area offers 44 different types of family activities, including: Family Fun Center, Playgrounds, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Settled in the late 1700's, Bloomsburg offers small town charm and down-home hospitality. The city is home to Pennsylvania's largest state fair, a traditional farm fair aptly named the Bloomsburg Fair. Home to just over 14,000 residents the city has a casual and relaxed atmosphere throughout the community of shops, eateries, museums and parks.
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340 Reading Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815 MoreLess Info
Named after a natural rock formation overlooking the Susquehanna River, Indian Head Recreational Campground is a family style campground. Visitors may enjoy fishing in the nearby river or traversing one of the available walking trails.
Roller skating, laser tag, two-story Ball-O-City Interactive Foam Ball Zone, and the inflatable challenge obstacle course are primary attractions at Skatetown Family Fun Center Inc. An arcade and a snack shack are also available, as well as party packages.
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1879 Columbia Blvd, Bloomsburg, PA 17815 MoreLess Info
A movie theater multiplex, Digiplex Cinema Center Bloomsburg is part of the Carmike Cinema chain. The theater shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies, and offers a variety of promotions and discount deals.
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Bloomsburg University, 400 E 2nd Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815 MoreLess Info
The Student Recreation Center provides recreation facilities and activities to students at Bloomsburg University. Facilities include a weight training room, racquetball courts, jogging track, climbing wall, fitness room, and multi-purpose room.
Home to over 100 vintage motorcycles, Bill's Old Bike Barn also houses a large antiques collection, including riding clothing, posters and memorabilia, with a special focus on the 1939 World's Fair in New York.