- TripBuzz found 581 things to do with kids in or near North Andover, Massachusetts, including 567 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Lowell and Cambridge.
- From Weir Hill to Brooks School Day Camp, the North Andover area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, History Museums, Arcades and Theaters.
- A popular tourist destination for being home to multiple state forests is the breathtaking city of North Andover. Natural beauty surrounds the area that offers camping, hiking, and biking throughout the cities nature preserves. Near to multiple lakes, locals and visitors also enjoy boating, fishing and swimming. The city also hosts an annual Sheep Shearing Festival.
Since 1971, Brooks School Day Camp has been providing summer camping experiences for children ages 4-18 on their 250 acres of landscape. Counselor training programs are available, as well as Soccer lessons and an aquatic school.
A youth baseball facility named after former major league baseball player Carl Thomas, the Carl Thomas Facility includes three well-maintained baseball fields for practice and games. The facility also has restrooms and concession stands.
Legends Gymnastics is a facility that strives to advance its students' development in the sport of gymnastics. Competitive teams, open gyms, and birthday party hosting are among the many services provided at the gym.
The Andover Sportsmen Club is a recreational club that conserves, restores, and manages the fish, game, and other wildlife in Andover. The club has facilities such as a trap range, a clubhouse, and an archery range.
Festival friendly Smolak Farm is an outdoor venue that provides educational tours and plentiful activities. Farm stand and ice cream stand are available in addition to animals, seasonal hay rides and an autumn classic car show.
Turtle Lane Maple Farm is a family owned maple farm known for producing a variety of maple based products, primarily maple syrup. The farm offers guided tours in which guides will explain the syrup making process and offer edible samples.
Situated on 35 acres of woodland, Windrush Farm offers visitors a facility with indoor and outdoor arenas to take riding lessons at. Visitors can take the horses on a trail ride in the extensive trail system that surrounds the farm.