- TripBuzz found 62 things to do with kids in or near Fremont, Ohio, including 52 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sandusky, Port Clinton, Oak Harbor and Marblehead.
- From Plaza Pro Shop to Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, the Fremont area offers 62 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, River, Bowling and Mini Golf.
- Home of former President Rutherford B. Hayes, Fremont, OH is peppered with a number of historic monuments, eclectic boutiques, unique eateries, the Sandusky River, and many more locally owned shops. Fremont celebrates culture and life with many events throughout the year including the Annual Sandusky County Arts and Music Festival and several farmers markets.
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The Holiday Beach Conservation Area is located along Lake Erie. Enjoy the sandy beach, nature trails, bird migration viewing, fishing, hunting, boating, playground, picnic areas, boardwalk, observation tower, seasonal camping and laundry/washroom facilities.
Family owned and operated since 1946, Rebman Recreation is a treasured gathering place for friends and visitors in Loraine. The bowling center, open Wednesday through Saturday, features leagues, a pro shop and a snack cafe.
Battle Zone Paintball is a paintball facility featuring four themed paintball fields. Field themes include village urban assault, a military field, fort-to-fort, and a tournament style Speed Ball course. Battle Zone also maintains a full service paintball shop.
Black River Historical Society has a mission to preserve and interpret the history of the City of Lorain and to share that history with the public through education and the preservation of historical artifacts.
Take the time to visit the hidden gem, known as the Ohio Bird Sanctuary, and find yourself immersed in nature. Located on 90-acres of wood and marshlands, there are miles of hiking trails, a visitor center, and hundreds of bird species on display.
Featuring grand traditional architecture, the Lorain Palace Theater takes movie goers back to a time when attending the cinema was an event. Guests will enjoy taking a step back in time while seeing a modern day feature title.