- TripBuzz found 64 things to do with kids in or near Springfield, Ohio, including 49 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dayton, Fairborn, Yellow Springs and Kettering.
- From Victory Lanes to Putt-Putt Golf & Games of Springfield, the Springfield area offers 67 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Hiking Trails.
- Home to Wittenberg University, the city of Springfield, Ohio is a thriving college, business and residential community. The city features many scenic parks and natural trails, up to eighty miles long, making it a popular destination for bikers and hikers to visit. The picturesque creeks, local shopping and dining are also popular draws.
Everyday Edibles LLC 1706 East Main Street, Springfield, OH MoreLess Info
Eatery serves casual American fare like burgers and chicken sandwiches for lunch
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745 N Bechtle Avenue, Springfield, OH 45504 MoreLess Info
Featuring two different courses available, Putt-Putt Golf & Games of Springfield is a miniature golf facility offering a number of amenities for its guests to enjoy. In addition to mini-golf, the center also has a variety of arcade games available.
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3815 Crabill Road, Springfield, OH 45502 MoreLess Info
A 100 acre park with 60 acres of lakes, Rei Lakes Fishing & Campground offers hook-up camping and fishing along two miles of lake shoreline. The campground offers combination camping and fishing packages.
Operated for over 65 years, Shamrock Lanes offers a premier bowling experience for kids and adults alike. The facility includes a bar, entertainment center, and is available for birthday parties, corporate events and features a bounce house.
Buck Creek State Park comprises of a varied landscape of wetlands and meadows with numerous hiking trails, picnic grounds and campsites. Visitors can also enjoy many recreational acitivites such as boating, swimming and fishing, on Buck Creek.
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1101 Mitchell Boulevard Blvd, Springfield, OH MoreLess Info
As the home field for the Champion City Kings, a minor league baseball stadium, Carleton Davidson Stadium provides visitors with grandstand seats to watch the games in. For each inning break, there are activities with audience participation.
The Pennsylvania House is a recently restored historic inn and tavern dating back to 1822. The facility operates as a museum today offering guided tours of authentic furnishings and exhibits of antique paintings, clocks, dolls, textiles and more.