- TripBuzz found 257 things to do with kids in or near Woodstock, Georgia, including 245 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Roswell, Atlanta, Marietta and Alpharetta.
- From Cherokee Batting Range to Hot Wheels Skate Center, the Woodstock area offers 96 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Golf, Other Adventures and Bowling.
- An outlining community of Atlanta, Woodstock is a small town with many amenities. Involved in a special project, the city has plans for the development of several bike trails, public parks and outdoor recreational spaces. The city further features a thriving downtown district with an array of shops including coffee houses, art galleries, beauty salons, restaurants and taverns.
40% 5 votes
Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest Street, Roswell, GA 30075 MoreLess Info
The Georgia Ensemble Theatre & Conservatory is a community theater that has the mission of providing excellent theater experiences to audiences. The conservatory offers summer camps for children grades 2 to 12.
Located along Lake Allatoona, Bartow Carver Park features access to the lake for boating along with hiking trails through wooded terrain. The park offers children's playgrounds, picnic areas, grills and a building with showers, restrooms and a kitchen.
91% 622 votes
900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30152 MoreLess Info
Georgia's Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield is a historic site that figured prominently in the Civil War. It is now a park managed by the National Park Service. Admission is free throughout the year.
Kennesaw Mountain is a 2,965 acre National Battlefield park that preserves a Civil War battleground of the Atlanta Campaign. Patrons can explore the battlegrounds, feel the sound of a cannon's roar or hike one of the many trails.
Patchwork Farms offers boarding and training for horses and rider instruction as well as having horses and ponies for sale. Their riding facilities include an outdoor arena, covered arena, enclosed 60 ft lunging ring and outdoor pen.
Open seven days a week, the Cherokee Lanes offers thirty-two lanes of quality bowling. Home to league play and casual, family-friendly play, the bowling alley features a game room and weekend night bowling with live music.
Located on the lush banks of Lake Acworth, Cobblestone Golf Course offers emerald Bermuda playing greens and a lakefront design by noted landscaper Ken Dye. This multiple-award winning course even offers a golf academy as well as many golf themed and charity events.
73% 26 votes
100 North Street, Canton, GA 30114 MoreLess Info
The Cherokee County History Museum and Visitors Center is a museum located in a historic courthouse. The museum features artifacts and exhibits from the collections of the local historical society.