- TripBuzz found 10 things to do with kids in or near Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.
- From Detroit Lake Public Beach to K & K Tubing, the Detroit Lakes area offers 34 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Theaters, History Museums and Beaches.
- A major tourist hotspot in the summer months, the city of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota sees a population increase of over 13,000 when the city starts to thaw. Along with agriculture, tourism in the city's largest industry for its many attractions and waterfront recreation along the over 400 lakes located within 25 miles. Kayaking, stand-up board, swimming, boating and fishing being the most popular activities.
Voyageur Lanes is a bowling alley offering both open bowling sessions and Rock-N-Bowl sessions. The alley also maintains an in-house cafe and is host to several competitive bowling leagues. Voyageur Lanes is available for private party hosting.
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200 E State Street, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 MoreLess Info
The goal of Becker County Parks & Recreation is to provide outdoor recreational opportunities to enhance the local community's enjoyment of the outdoors. The department is in charge of 75,000-acres of land.
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714 Summit Avenue, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 MoreLess Info
Becker County Historical Society serves the public with a museum, archive collection, cultural demonstrations and K-12 workshops. Holdings include artifacts dating back to the glacial period of the county, a newspaper microfilm archive, photo collection and index of courthouse records.
Hosting a variety of local vendors, Shady Hollow Flea Market provides an area for visitors to shop for produce, crafts, and antiques on Saturdays and Sundays. The flea market has a cafe that serves pizza and burgers.
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826 Summit Avenue, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 MoreLess Info
Offering a variety of recreational activities to its community, Detroit Lakes Community & Cultural Center consists of a fitness facility, aquatics center, and historic theater. It also offers fitness classes, massage therapy, and child care.
Part of the Detroit Lakes Community & Cultural Center, the Historic Holmes Theatre the hosts a varied array of performances, including musical concerts in many genres, dramatic productions, and a variety of other shows and events.