- TripBuzz found 53 things to do with kids in or near Greeley, Colorado, including 33 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont and Silverton.
- From Family FunPlex to Greeley Ice Haus, the Greeley area offers 69 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, History Museums, Swimming Pool and Bowling.
- Greeley is a city located in Northern Colorado. The city promotes health and fitness through their many recreation centers, parks and sports facilities. Popular events that take place throughout the year include the local Farmer's Market, Arts Picnic, Festival of Trees and Neighborhood Nights which presents movies under the stars.
Family FunPlex is home to a variety of recreation activities with its indoor aquatic park called Adventure Island and a fieldhouse which can be used for many different sports such as basketball, volley ball and more. The facility also includes a miniature golf course and a gymnasium.
The Greeley Ice Haus is an indoor ice arena with frequent public skate events including: Weekend Cosmic Skating, Drop-In ice-hockey, Stick 'n' Puck practice (all ages), Skills & Drills practice. Skate sharpening and cafe are also on-site.
Open for parties, leagues and casual bowlers, Highland Park Lanes features 32 lanes of bowling with a pro shop. The bowling center also offers snack machines, a bar and lounge with big screen televisions and a restaurant.
Chippers Lanes is a bowling alley offering both standard and cosmic bowling. Attractions and available activities include bowling, several bowling leagues for various skill levels, volleyball, laser tag, live music, and event rooms.
Poudre River Trail is a paved path stretching between Cache la Poudre river and Windsor, Colorado, and can be travelled both on foot and bike. The trail also contains multiple signs informing people about the historcial significance of the place.
Built inside the restored historic structure of Kress Building, Kress Cinema & Lounge is an independent theater whose shows include both mainstream and alternative content. The theater also houses a full bar and a kitchen allowing visitors to enjoy a meal while watching a movie.
Housed in Beaux-Arts style gallery building, this site contains exhibits on bicycles, the formation of Union Colony, and Horace Greeley's presidential campaign. The Greeley History Museum also contains a research center.