- TripBuzz found 158 things to do with kids in or near Ringoes, New Jersey, including 155 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Trenton, Doylestown, New Brunswick and Princeton.
- From Pine Creek Miniature Golf to Black River & Western Railroad, the Ringoes area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Mini Golf, Farms & Ranches, Scenic Railroads and Parks.
- Ringoes is a small community located in southeast New Jersey. The community, home to just over 5,000 residents, is known for it small town charm and hospitality, as well as its scenic historical architecture. As the oldest settlement in the county, it offers visitors a glimpse into early life in New Jersey through its homes and businesses.
Situated on six acres, Pine Creek Miniature Golf features 36 holes of miniature golf split into two separate 18-hole courses. The facility provides a natural environment with flowers, streams, ponds, benches and swans.
Guests at the Black River & Western Railroad are able to step into the past through a short train ride. The actual route runs through several settings, including heavily wooded areas to combine natural views with an old-fashioned train ride.
Living history is put on display through the Famous Trials Theater. Rather than standard plays or musicals, the theater specializes in putting together a reenactment of a famous trial from the past and offers select dinner packages.
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With buildings dating back to the 18th century, Holcombe Jimison Farmstead Museum gives visitors an inside glimpse into the region's past rural life. The museum consists of a tractor barn, dairy exhibit, blacksmith shop, and other agricultural buildings.
Used as a strategic point in the revolutionary war, Goat Hill Overlook features wide views of the Delaware River as well as local connecting bridges. Picnic tables are available, as well as a trail that leads to Washington's rock.
New Hope-Lambertville Toll Supported Bridge, originally constructed in 1904, is supported financially by other toll bridges that cross the Delaware River, although no tolls are collected at this site. The bridge is popular with walkers who stroll between New Hope and Lambertville.
Built to inspire the minds of children is the Bucks County Children's Museum. The exhibits throughout the museum are set to educate youth on the workings of everyday life and include a general store, a construction site, a play factory and town square.