- TripBuzz found 17 things to do with kids in or near Wabasha, Minnesota, including 14 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Alma, Lake City and Pepin.
- From Eagle Watch Observatory to National Eagle Center, the Wabasha area offers 51 different types of family activities, including: Nature & Wildlife Areas, Golf, Parks and Bowling.
- The setting for the movie, 'Grumpy Old Men', Wabasha is a small town nestled on the Mississippi River. An older community, it has many national landmarks including the oldest church building in Minnesota. In the summer months, the town also hosts a number of outdoor festivals such as the Grumpy Old Men Festival as well as Septoberfest.
Wagner's East Lanes is a bowling alley with a full bar and restaurant on the premises. It offers open bowling with giant-sized projection televisions showing sporting events, as well as league play and tournaments.
A movie theater multiplex in the Carmike chain, the Carmike Cinemas Oakwood Mall 12 features twelve auditoriums, and shows mostly first run Hollywood movies in digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees and other promotions.
This park has a historic baseball stadium, softball fields, a football stadium, picnic areas, a pavilion that can be reserved, playgrounds, horse shoe pits, tennis courts, a small beach, walk paths and a train you can ride through the wooded loop. There are festivals, fishing areas and kayaking areas.
Situated on Dells Pond and nearby the Chippewa River, Mount Simon Park offers visitors the ability to boat, swim and fish. The park also features trails for biking and hiking, volleyball courts, a nine-hole Frisbee golf course and pavilions.
Drive-In movies are back in style because of places like Gemini Drive-In Theatre. The Gemini offers concessions such as pizza, hot dogs, and cheese curds and provides authentic speaker audio in most of their parking spots.
Visitors to the Great River Bluffs State Park in Winona, Minnesota enjoy expansive views of the Missippi River Valley. The park is punctuated by two major bluffs and his home to dozens of species of trees, shrubs and grasses.
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Opened in 1980, Cannon Falls Area Historical Museum is in the city's old 'Firemen's Hall', a building constructed in 1888. The museum offers glimpse of Cannon Falls's rich history, from its founding by the Freeborns in 1854 up to the present day.
Cannon Valley Trail is a paved trail with a scenic view that runs from Cannon Falls to Red Wing. It is ideal for hiking, biking, and rollerblading. It is mostly level and fairly shaded. There are a lot of rest stops and benches along the way.