- TripBuzz found 126 things to do with kids in or near Stillwater, Minnesota, including 113 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Paul, Minneapolis, Hastings and River Falls.
- From Teddy Bear Park to Stillwater Boat Club & Rentals, the Stillwater area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Amusement Parks (Kids), Other Entertainment and Specialty Museums.
- Located along the St. Croix River is the city of Stillwater. Home to water recreation and natural beauty, the city is a tourist destination for its natural historic park, the St. Croix Boom Site, a scenic outdoor area used for hiking, wildlife watching and river access. Visitors from neighboring areas also travel to the city to visit Nelson's Ice Cream, a famous old fashioned ice cream parlor.
The Wilds Golf Club is perfect for golf, family affairs, and business functions. They offer banquet rooms, sports bar with satellite HD TV, golf shop, restaurants, and a bride's room for weddings. The restaurants provide casual dining by day and fine dining by night.
At the Ponds Athletic Complex, athletes can enjoy a variety of open, well-maintained fields. Visitors can play football, soccer, and youth baseball and softball, as well as use the regulation baseball field.
Billing itself as the largest full-service facility on Lake Minnetonka, Tonka Bay Marina provides rental slips along their dock space. In addition to sales and full mechanic service, they also have an enclosed dry holding boat stack area.
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2840 North Shore Drive, Wayzata, MN 55391 MoreLess Info
Noerenberg Memorial Gardens is full trees, shrubs and vines, as well as annuals and perennials that bloom throughout the year. The gardens are a popular place for weddings, and there are tours available onsite.
River Valley Theatre Company is a non-profit theatre group that combines performing arts and community participation to bring a variety of entertaining productions to stage. Providing educational classes like Youth Studio, they teach stagecraft and self-expression in a fun environment.
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235 Fuller Street South, Shakopee, MN MoreLess Info
People, places and events of Scott County history are displayed at Scott County Historical Society's Stans Museum. Permanent and temporary exhibits are offered. Open Tuesday through Saturday; ages five and under are free.
The Scott County Historical Society is a non-profit organization that has the goal of locating, collecting, and preserving the history of Scott County. The society has a collection that includes books, artifacts, oral histories, and newspapers.