- TripBuzz found 191 things to do with kids in or near Rochester, Michigan, including 185 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Detroit, Waterford, Sterling Heights and Troy.
- From Rochester Play to Rochester Municipal Park, the Rochester area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Children's Play Area, Theaters and Parks.
- Seated in Oakland County, Rochester is a short drive from both Detroit and Pontiac. It is home to Oakland University and being an historical community, offers an array of cultural sites and recreational activities. This includes a walking trail system and several public parks, along with an arts center and local opera house.
Rochester Play is an indoor children's play center with several climbing structures and toddler area. Adults are encouraged to participate with their children or can relax in the nutritious cafe with free wifi. Private parties and summer camp also available.
Two toddler lot playgrounds are offered within the Rochester Municipal Park. Other facilities at the park include over a mile of paved pathways, a sand volleyball court, lighted tennis courts, and a pond that is available for ice skating in the winter.
Established in 1946, the Rochester Avon Recreation Authority is a recreational service organization that has the goal of enriching lives through programs, classes, and events. The organization has a multi-use indoor turf facility.
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The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm is a suitable location for those who are interested in learning about the history of the greater Rochester area, including its agriculture, industry, and cultural evolution. The location also offers environmental education programs.
Suitable for leagues, parties and casual bowlers, Classic Lanes features 32 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. It offers bowling with fog and various lights including disco and laser as well as food and drinks.
Designed by Kevin Aldrich in 1998, the Blackheath Golf Club revolves around a Scottish-style links course with plenty of scenic outlooks and roaming wildlife. There is also a basic clubhouse with snacks and beverages.