- TripBuzz found 252 things to do with kids in or near Madison Heights, Michigan, including 240 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Detroit, Westland, Dearborn and Waterford.
- From Astro Lanes to Madison Park Bowl, the Madison Heights area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks and Rock Climbing.
- Part of Oakland County, Madison Heights is a suburb of Detroit. And with a large Asian population, the community is home to several restaurants and retail shops inspired by the culture. For fun and recreation, the city is also equipped with a bowling alley, movie theater, skate park and laser tag center.
Open to hockey and figure skating enthusiasts, John Lindell Ice Arena offers visitors a soft ice arena to skate in during any season of the year. In addition to open skate sessions, the rink hosts skating classes for beginners.
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Behind Burdi Park, 12 Mile Rd & Pauline Street, Warren, MI 48092 MoreLess Info
Located in Burdi Park, the Anne Fracassa Memorial Dog Park provides hours of outdoor fun for dogs of all ages. The park also features agility equipment, toys, picnic benches, and more.
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5460 Arden Avenue, Warren, MI 48092 MoreLess Info
The entire family can enjoy splashing and playing at the Warren Community Center Water Park. A service of the City of Warren, this park is equipped with water slides, games, a play structure and waterfall.
The Warren Community Center is home to a large swimming pool, basketball courts, and a fitness center with treadmills, ellipticals, bikes and weights. The pool includes lap lanes, a water castle and water slide.
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29901 S Civic Center Blvd, Warren, MI 48093 MoreLess Info
Warren Racquetball & Fitness is a recreational location offering a variety of facilities for its guests to use. Racquetball and basketball courts, a fitness center, and weight rooms are among the facilities at the center.
A movie theater with an EPIC Experience auditorium, MJR Troy Grand Digital Cinema 16 displays first-run feature films. The theater offers a bar and lounge, self-service ticketing, leather chairs and a concession area with food and drinks.