- TripBuzz found 192 things to do with kids in or near Collegeville, Pennsylvania, including 185 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, West Chester, Media and Doylestown.
- From Movie Tavern Providence Town Center to Hoy Park, the Collegeville area offers 104 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Other Adventures, Amusement Parks (All Ages) and Movie Theaters.
- Named for being the home of Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA is located only 30 miles from Philadelphia and is situated on the Perkiomen Creek. Collegeville has three major parks, one of which hosts a summer concert series in the warmer months. Locals and visitors can also enjoy access to the Perkiomen Trail, a multi-use trail that stretched 19 miles.
Duke Island Park in Bridgewater, New Jersey is an elegant, manicured space. It is managed by the Somerset County Parks Commission. Park guests enjoy five large picnic areas with 12 tables each. Duke Island Park is also an excellent destination for cyclists.
Green Brook Township is the home of Washington Rock State Park. The park is dedicated to George Washington, first President of the United States and an important military figure in the Revolutionary War.
Caddy Shack Mini Golf is a family owned and operated miniature golf course and restaurant. The course is challenging, designed with traditional obstacles such as the water wheel and swinging bridges, and is fun for all ages.
With the grounds decorated with flowers, Caddy Shack has an extensive, 20-hole miniature golf course for its guests. The concession stand serves ice cream, fries, and roasted chicken. Visitors can also see rabbits and ducks near the course.
Established in 2003, the B2B Baseball & Softball Academy is an academy aimed at improving the skills of local baseball and softball players. The academy offers private instruction, summer camps, numerous clinics, and many other services for its players.
People can take a tour of the 1861 Samuel Sloan designed home of railroad magnate and Lehigh University founder Asa Packer. At the Asa Packer Mansion, people can see the only working model of an 1905 Model D Grand Welte Cottage Orchestration known to exist in the United States.
Visitors can step aboard a 1920s narrow gauge diesel train for a one hour round trip over the Lehigh River Gorge. Passengers can choose between standard coach cars, open air cars, or first class cars aboard the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway.