- 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.
As a space for outdoor recreation activities, Ballenger Park provides the community with amenities like basketball courts, picnic pavilions, and softball fields. The park features a variety of native trees and a pond with a walking trail.
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597 County Road 50 | East Oxley, Essex, Ontario MoreLess Info
Nestled amongst the wineries of the area, Oxley Beach Golf Course is Canada's southernmost golf course. The 18-hole par-3 course is a quiet and relaxing course. They offer special packages that include trips to the local wineries.
A movie theater with eight screens, Lapeer Cinemas Ncg displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room and a concession area with food and drinks.
There are 18 traditional ten pin bowling lanes within the Gerlach's Bowling Center that are open to the general public. The center is open almost every day of the year and can accommodate leagues as well as local tournaments upon request.
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518 W Nepessing St Ste 1, Lapeer, MI 48446 MoreLess Info
Lapeer County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the heritage of Lapeer County and offers three sites. The society features a Heritage Museum showcasing a historical experience with educational programming, The Historic Courthouse and The Davis Brothers Farm Shop Museum.
Originally opened in 1941, the Pix Theatre still maintains its historic art deco facade and marquee. While it screened movies throughout much of its history, the theater now specializes in live performances in addition to music concerts.
The Pix Arts Counsel is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting theatrical and performing arts in the local community. The council hosts musicals, dramas, and comedic performances in the local PIX Theater.
A family-centered skate park, the Adrian Skatery II Inc features skating areas with a variety of obstacles and features. The park also features a pro shop that sells an array of skating related apparel and merchandise.