- TripBuzz found 69 things to do with kids in or near Decatur, Alabama, including 43 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Huntsville, Madison and Athens.
- From Point Mallard Waterpark to Wheeler Lake, the Decatur area offers 49 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Military Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Recreation Centers.
- Located along the blue waters of the Tennessee River is the city of Decatur, Alabama. A large economic center and ever-growing residential area, visitors enjoy the city's many water recreation opportunities and well as in-town attractions. Taking in the natural beauty of the local wildlife refuge is among the most popular, as well as attending the Alabama Jubilee hot-air balloon race.
A family-oriented bowling alley, the Cullman Bowling Center offers a variety of specials and deals throughout the week. In the evenings, it hosts Glow Bowling, and is available for parties and special events.
Part of the Carmike Chain, Cullman's Carmike Cinema is a movie multiplex that features first-run films with digital video and sound. It offers specials on tickets and concessions, including a refillable popcorn bucket.
An authorized YOLO dealer, Smith Lake Paddle Boards sells YOLO paddleboards and paddles as well as paddleboard accessories and apparel. Lessons are available as are rentals with delivery and pickup at Smith Lake.
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Roller coasters, dinner cruise and theaters can be enjoyed at Looney's Tavern Entertainment Park. It is a family-oriented entertainment park that features the famous production of 'The Incident at Looney's Tavern,' plus many other festivals and concerts throughout the year.
Smith Lake Park is located on the shores of the 21,200 acre Lewis Smith Lake. It features 9 cabins, 61 tent sites, 500 miles of shoreline, a pool, playgrounds, a boat launch, and more so guests can enjoy outdoor fun.
Located at the base of the Wilson Dam, Rockpile Recreation Area offers camping and picnicking along the edge of Pickwick Reservoir. Visitors can observe a variety of wildlife including orioles, gulls, and flycatchers.
William Bankhead National Forest is a multi-camping experience forest that comprises of 180,581 acres where deer herds can usually be encountered. It is a unique ecosystem that is perfect for hiking, biking and kayaking.