- TripBuzz found 97 things to do with kids in or near Winchester, Virginia, including 73 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Martinsburg, Harpers Ferry, Front Royal and Berryville.
- From Wagon Wheel Ranch to Skyline Paintball Winchester, the Winchester area offers 82 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Historic Sites, Theaters and History Museums.
- Home to Shenandoah University, Winchester is a small town in Frederick County, Virginia. Surrounded by apple orchards, the town is a large producer of apples and apple products. This college town also hosts numerous festivals and special events throughout the year including an Apple Blossom Festival and the Marker-Miller Peach Festival.
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3322 Lockes Mill Road, Berryville, VA 22611 MoreLess Info
Situated along the Shenandoah River, Watermelon Park Campground has been welcoming families since 1939. Activities include river tubing, sun bathing, hiking, picnicking, canoeing, and kayaking along with an ice cream stand during the summer months.
The Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club is open to the public and can accommodate the skill levels of most golfers. The course itself plays from 5,006 yards to 7,315 yards with a slot rating from 120 to 143.
History is brought to life at the Belle Grove Plantation. Visitors are able to see the 18th century plantation in action with many demonstrations and wonderfully preserved artifacts that are kept in appropriate displays.
Double H Stables is an equestrian facility offering a variety of horse related services. Included among these services are horse boarding, trail rides (500 acres of trails available,) horse training, and horseback riding lessons.
Skyline Paintball is a paintball and laser tag facility offering a variety of fields and arenas. Attractions include paintball, laser tag, a full service paintball shop, and children's Splatmaster Mini Paintball.
Hupp's Hill Civil War Park expands over 18 acres, including a museum, where guests can learn about 19th-century history. The story of the Shenandoah Valley campaign of 1864 is on display through a variety of artificats, collections and theatre presentations.
The Museum of American Presidents is a museum that provides information and artifacts from all of the previous presidents of the United States. The museum's artifacts include James Madison's desk, White House doors, and several handwritten presidential letters.
Situated on the shore of the Shenandoah River, Poe's Southfork Campground provides RV campers with a panoramic view of the river. From the campground, visitors can take out canoes and kayaks out on the water from the boat ramp.