- TripBuzz found 65 things to do with kids in or near Flint, Michigan, including 35 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frankenmuth, Lapeer, Grand Blanc and Burton.
- From Flint Children's Museum to CRU Paintball, the Flint area offers 71 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Parks, Movie Theaters and Bowling.
- Only 66 miles from Detroit, Flint, MI is situated along the Flint River and, with a population of over 100,000, is the 7th largest city in Michigan. With a number of shopping opportunities, spas, and elegant restaurants, Flint is almost resort-like. Of course, for the bold and daring there are also outdoor activities including skiing, driving in the off-road vehicle area, boating, and much more.
With over 30 acres of space, Rosie's Park is packed with activities and attractions. Amenities include picnic areas with grills, a one mile walking trail, basketball court, and a dirt BMX riding trail with a half pipe.
The Bay City State Recreation Area in Bay City is located on the Tobico Marsh freshwater coastal wetlands. It features a sandy each, meadows, cattail marshlands and oak savannah prairies with an amphitheater, beach house, picnic area and playground.
A 64-lane bowling center, Cloverlanes Bowl offers open and league bowling as well as private event and party hosting. The center provides automatic scoring, a pro shop, cosmic bowling and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Suitable for casual and league bowlers, Pampa's Entertainment Center is a traditional bowling facility with a full-service pro shop and a poker room. The center also provides private event hosting, a full bar, a grill and a banquet hall.
The Rust Belt Market is a place for unique items and staff present you with a detailed description of the items. Handmade innovative items are also presented to encourage local people doing the work like designs on t-shirts and bags.
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Fun for all groups, the Step On Bus Private Day Tours takes patrons on various historical tours of Michigan's greatest sights. The tours offered include Amish historical sights, antique shops, museums, lighthouses, cafes and more.
Situated in the restored old town area, the Greater Lansing Visitor's Center serves as a hub for out-of-towners visiting this area. Employees at the center are able to offer advice on a variety of topics, from shopping to sight-seeing.
Woodland Lanes features league, family, and large group play for bowling enthusiasts. The facility boasts 32 lanes, automatic bumpers, renovated lounges, a full snack-bar menu, and a pro-shop for bowling accessories and services.