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If you are looking for an indoor playground in Oakland County, then we have you covered. There are plenty of ideas of places for kids to burn off energy, run around and also have fun.
The sledding hill at Bloomer Park in Rochester Hills is a great place for older children. The steep slopes are fast, but also a bit bumpy.
Cranbrook Institute of Science is a natural history science museum in Bloomfield Hills. See a giant T Rex, touch a meteorite and more.
If you enjoy sledding, snowshoeing, hiking, sledding or skating, then check out all the fun winter activities at Oakland County Parks.
If you are looking for a experience for your children, or for yourself where you can explore nature, learn, and have fun, then check out Stage Nature Center Educational programs. The Stage Nature Center also offers 100-acres to explore in addition to an amazing educational center.
The Kensington Metropark Sledding Hills consist of four different slopes. It’s a perfect outing for families with members that have a variety of sledding abilities.
Martin Road Park, in Ferndale, is a 32-acre park that offers sports fields, play structures, in-line rink, a sledding hill, and more.
Borden Park sledding hill, in Rochester Hills, is perfect for families. with hills big enough for daredevils and small enough for the timid.