- TripBuzz found 31 things to do with kids in or near Newton, Iowa, including 21 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pella, Altoona, Marshalltown and Des Moines.
- From Cardinal Lanes to Iowa Speedway, the Newton area offers 46 different types of family activities, including: Race Car Driving, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Located in central Iowa, just thirty minutes east of Des Moines in the city of Newton. Home of the Iowa speedway, the city draws many motor and race enthusiasts from around the US. Other points of interest include the rolling green countryside at the local dairy farm and the cities many museums.
As an indoor entertainment center, Monkey Joe's is filled with wall to wall bounce houses and other inflatables for children to play on. The center has a separate play area for toddlers with age-appropriate inflatables.
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Iowa State Cyclones - Jack Trice Stadium is used primarily for college football and is the home field of the Iowa State Cyclones. The stadium holds approximately 55,000 and consists of double-decked bowed grandstands running the length of either sideline.
A gymnastics and tumbling academy with philosophical and spiritual roots in Christian faith, the Sapphire Gymnastics Academy focuses on inspiring confidence and self-assuredness in students. The facility offers classes for all ages and ability levels.
Learn about the cultural and historical development of Urbandale, Iowa at Living History Farms. Children and adults tour homes, experience a one-room schoolhouse, explore early farming techniques and enjoy interacting with costumed staff.
An indoor training facility for baseball and softball players, Grand Slam USA offers a variety of clinics to help improve technique. Additionally, during Christmas, summer and spring break, special camps are also scheduled.
Courage League Sports is a recreational sports center dedicated for individuals who are facing a physical or mental hardship. Programs at the center include fitness classes, yoga instruction, and numerous sports classes.
Featuring the 6.5-acre McFarland Lake, McFarland Park provides 5.5 miles of trails suitable for hiking and biking. It can be used for fishing, picnicking, camping and exploring the woodland, tallgrass prairie and stream habitats located in the park.
Located along the South Skunk River, Inis Grove Park provides open green space and nature areas along with basketball and tennis courts. The park has picnic facilities including shelters, tables and grills, a playground, restrooms and horseshoe pits.