- TripBuzz found 270 things to do with kids in or near Northville, Michigan, including 265 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ann Arbor, Canton, Westland and Dearborn.
- From Maybury Riding Stable to Maybury State Park, the Northville area offers 81 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, History Museums, National & State Parks and Horseback Riding.
- Northville is a quaint residential and tourist community featuring Victorian architecture and historical structures throughout the city. The charming centrally located downtown features many shops, eateries, theatres and galleries. The area hosts many events throughout the year including a Victorian Festival, the Northville Grub Crawl to promote the local restaurants and regular farmers market.
Tanglewood Golf Club is a 27-hole championship golf course that is described as having a 'Country Club-Like' atmosphere. In addition to the course, the club offers private lessons, clinics, club re-gripping and repair, and has a golf professional on staff.
Located along two lakes, Lakeshore Park provides access to Walled Lake for swimming and beach recreation. The park offers a playground and open green space and can be used for soccer, hiking along nature trails, picnics and biking.
As the home of several regional hockey leagues, Eddie Edgar Ice Arena offers visitors the opportunity to watch hockey games with the locals. The rink also hosts open skating sessions for the community several times a week.
The 18 hole course at Cattails Golf Club has four separate tee distances that let golfers play the course at their own pace. Additional on site practice facilities include a putting green, 30 station driving range, and chipping range.
Woodland Lanes features league, family, and large group play for bowling enthusiasts. The facility boasts 32 lanes, automatic bumpers, renovated lounges, a full snack-bar menu, and a pro-shop for bowling accessories and services.
The newly renovated Merri-Bowl Lanes offers traditional bowling and more with a focus on family-friendly entertainment. Other activities include moonlight and glow bowling, league play, youth programs, catered parties and bumper lanes for children.
The extensive Heritage Park is spread over 211 acres close to the Rouge River. In addition to standard park-related activities like hiking, open play fields, and picnic areas, there is also a history museum and nature center.