- TripBuzz found 22 things to do with kids in or near El Paso, Texas.
- From Southwest University Park to El Paso Zoo, the El Paso area offers 28 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Family Fun Center, Historic Sites and Amusement Parks (All Ages).
- El Paso, located in west Texas, is located across from Chihuahua, Mexico. El Paso is the 19th most populated city as of 2010, located on Rio Grande. Home to some of the largest United States military complexes; this city has a large federal and armed forces presence. A variety of art and music festivals also bring entertainment to the streets of the city.
A baseball stadium, Southwest University Park is home to the Pacific Coast League's El Paso Chihuahuas and offers a seating capacity of 7,500. The park provides concessions with food and drinks, party areas, luxury suites and club seating.
While modest in size at only 35-acres, the El Paso Zoo, is big on the quality of its habitats. This zoo features several species on the endangered lists, a relaxing train ride through the Africa exhibit, and an 8-acre children's area.
Family-based recreation is provided at Bob-O's Family Fun Center through a variety of attractions. The site has a laser tag arena, miniature golf course, go karts, bumper boats, batting cages, and a large video game arcade.
Contrary to its name, Wet n' Wild Waterworld, is so much more than a waterpark. This venue does feature water-based rides and attractions for all ages, but also has amenities for those who want to grill and picnic, has live entertainment, and abundant shade.
Interactive play that helps families get closer together is the primary function of Jungle Jaks which features fun obstacle courses, bumper boats, slides, and kiddie rides. Quality foods are available for both adults and children as well.
A 40-lane bowling facility, Fiesta Lanes provides traditional bowling with shoe rental and glow bowling nights. The center also has karaoke, a full arcade including video game console machines and a menu that includes food, drinks and adult beverages.
Dedicated to teaching its visitors about the horrors inflicted upon over 11 million victims, the El Paso Holocaust Museum, is one of only 13 such museums in the U.S. Through personal accounts, artifacts, exhibits, and multi-media presentations, this is worth a visit.
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1331 McKelligon Canyon Road, El Paso, TX 79930 MoreLess Info
Located within the largest continuous mountain range in Texas, Franklin Mountain State Park is quickly becoming a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts. The park features some camping sites, several hiking and mountain biking trails, and rock climbing opportunities.
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Bldg. 5000, Pleasanton Rd., El Paso, TX MoreLess Info
U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Museum preserves the history and heritage of the U.S. Army and the Air Defense Artillery branch from 1907 to present. The museum displays historically significant artifacts and showcases a wide artillery collection.