- TripBuzz found 41 things to do with kids in or near Trussville, Alabama, including 36 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Birmingham, Pelham, Hoover and Leeds.
- From Gipsons Gymnastics to Civitan Park John LeMaster Disc Golf Course, the Trussville area offers 52 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Disc Golf, Gymnastics and Parks.
- Trussville, located in both Jefferson and St. Clair County, Alabama, is home to a population of just under 20,000 residents. Spanning an area of over 20 square miles, Trussville is located in central Alabama near Birmingham, along the Cahaba River. Originally an agriculture community, the city has become one of the fastest growing suburbs in the area.
A community park, Banks Park features an array of amenities, including a basketball court, playground equipment for kids, picnic pavilions for rent, tennis and volleyball courts, and baseball fields. It also has a community center available for rent.
Located in downtown Cullman, Sportsman Lake Park offers a place for family gatherings. The park has picnic areas and pavilions. Visitors can walk shady trails or feed fish from the lake's shore or small dock.
Cullman County Parks is a collection of parks and other facilities for residents and visitors to enjoy. Guests commonly visit Smith Lake Park or Sportsman Lake Park, with both locations offering campsites, playgrounds, and boat rentals, among numerous other amenities.
Offering entertainment for all ages, the Merry-Go-Round Skate Center is a retro-styled roller skating rink in Gadsden. Open Friday through Tuesday, the center features a lady's night, Glow night, and pizza party packages.
Dub Parker Park is a fenced park area that offers a playground with playground equipment. The park also offers picnic tables and a pavilion and provides a boat launch. A security guard is always present during hours of operation.
An ideal space for birdwatching, the James D. Martin Wildlife Park rests on Neely Henry Lake. It includes a walking trail that not only offers views of the lake, but extends to nearby islands for more wildlife exploration.