- TripBuzz found 66 things to do with kids in or near Post Falls, Idaho, including 57 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Hayden and Coeur D Alene.
- From River City Lanes to Fun Unlimited, the Post Falls area offers 40 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Parks and Cultural Centers.
- Surrounded by lakes and rivers, Post Falls is a popular tourist town in Idaho. The city also has a thriving retirement community which has led to the growth of retail within the community. Post Falls is equipped with several public parks, beaches and golf courses. Thus it provides for a variety of outdoor recreation including fishing, boating and cycling.
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In addition to steaks, seafood, and pastas, diners will find unusual meats such as elk, buffalo, and alligator at this elegant, rustic spot
Providing amusement for the entire family, River City Lanes offers fun for both casual and league bowlers. There are also arcade games, outdoor batting cages and an on-site bar/grill for added convenience and enjoyment.
Post Falls Cinema Six is a six-theater movie multiplex that shows first-run Hollywood movies. A classic-styled theater with a retro feel, it offers discount tickets and free admission for children under three.
Fall's Park is a 22 acre city park featuring a fishing pond dedicated for youth and handicapped individuals. The park also offers three picnic shelters, walking paths, a playground, interpretive signs, and scenic views of the nearby gorge.
Visit the Buck Knives Plant Tour to see the process Buck uses to produce their world famous knives from blanks to warranty repair. Tours are 45 minutes long and given year-round. The on-site factory store offers discounts on Buck products.
Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center is a venue for a host of occasions including artistic and cultural events, musical and theater performances, movies, conferences and education outreach. They also feature local artists, photography, Native American artifacts, paintings and multi-media art.