- TripBuzz found 236 things to do with kids in or near Pontiac, Michigan, including 232 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Westland, Dearborn, Detroit and Waterford.
- From Planet Rock Climbing Gym to The Realm of Darkness, the Pontiac area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Rock Climbing, History Museums, Sports Stadiums (Amateur) and Haunted Tours.
- Located between Flint and Detroit, Pontiac is historically a car manufacturing town. The city is also a short drive from Oakland University, Great Lakes Crossing Outlets and the Palace of Auburn Hills (home of the Detroit Pistons). Other attractions in the community include the Oakland County Historical Pioneer Society and Planet Rock Climbing Gym.
Family-friendly entertainment and amusement is provided at Castaway Play that offers a large indoor play structure, bounce houses, an extensive laser tag arena, arcade, and on-site cafe. The entertainment complex also has party packages for birthdays.
Taylor's Beach Campground is a family campground on Cook Lake with overnight, weekly, monthly, and yearly rentals. The campground offers shuffleboard, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, natural trails, paddleboats, fishing, and an arcade room.
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5045 Stanley Road, Flint, MI 48506 MoreLess Info
Architecturally refurbished to give you a feel of a historical village around Genesee County to preserve them with animals around, shops, stores, train ride,water sports and other fun activities. Affordable price for all activities at Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad.
Showcasing talented performers in the region, The New McCree Theatre hosts professional performances for plays, musicals, musical tributes, and more. The theater hosts an annual special performance during Black History Month.
With inflatable obstacles to navigate through, CRU Paintball offers visitors a 50,000 square foot facility with indoor paintball fields. Visitors can also purchase paintball equipment from its pro shop or relax in the lounge.
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100 Laird Avenue, Amherstburg, Canada MoreLess Info
The Fort Malden National Historic Site features artifact collections from the War of 1812 and Rebellion of 1837-38. Families enjoy live soldier demonstrations and reenactments, tours, displays as well as seasonal events and festivals.
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214 Dalhousie Street | N9V 1W4, Amherstburg, Canada MoreLess Info
The Park House Museum caters to school groups, seniors and the general public. Learn about the history of Amherstburg during the Victorian era in the 1850's through live story telling, hands-on demonstrations and exhibits.