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 park offers nature trails, a fishing pond, sports fields, and two play structures.
Auburn Hills Public Library Storybook Trail The Auburn Hills Public Library Storybook Trail features a series of signs along the trail that display pages of a book for families to read and enjoy. At the present time, the library has “A Frog in the Bog” by Karma Willson along their trail. This preschool counting book will keep you laughing along…
SEA LIFE Michigan, Michigan’s largest aquarium, is hosting Homeschool Week February 22 through the 26th. Tickets are just $10 each.
Pump it Up- Auburn Hills is an indoor inflatable play space offering several different bounce houses and obstacle courses. Additionally, they offer special events, toddler times, out of school time fun, birthday parties, and party rooms.
Gametime in Auburn Hills is Michigan’s largest gaming center. Gamers can experience 10,000 square feet of PC, console, VR and Esports gaming.
River Woods Park hosts scenic walking trails along the Clinton River, a playscape, modern pavilion (w/ restrooms), picnic areas, & basketball.
Riverside Park in Auburn Hills offers a river path, playground, canoe launch, restrooms together with a picnic shelter.
Great Lakes Crossing has become a fun destination for families in the Metro Detroit area. Just a “short” drive north on I-75 and you can end up on a mini-vacation in Auburn Hills. Besides LEGO land, SEAlife Aquarium, Peppa Pig Land and an amazing (FREE) play structure, there is also Round 1. Round 1 has a a plethora of activities…
Peppa Pig World of Play Michigan at Great Lakes Crossing. Step into the magical world of Peppa Pig. Geared toward preschool aged children, this permanent indoor play space features 13 interactive play areas.