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Fun as a Family
Family fun can be the best part of childhood! Whether it's free and on the local playground OR requires a bit more investment at theme parks or indoor play venues, the memories can be priceless. Find plenty of family fun things to do and things to do with kids in your local area here. This category is proudly sponsored by The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring Friends School. And if you're in the Virginia Beach area, check out The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium.
Parks & Playgrounds
If you're looking for a neighborhood park or playground, Tots2Tweens.com has them listed. Check out those close by - or make it a day trip. Enjoy visiting parks and playgrounds as a family. This category is proudly sponsored by The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring Friends School. And if you're in the Virginia Beach area, check out The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium.
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Rich in history, this park provides recreational offerings that engage visitors and help connect them with farming practices that formed its unique pastoral landscape. This 1,860-acre park has scenic views, woodlands and the rolling pastures ...Read More
The 1,125-acre Caledonia State Park is in Adams and Franklin counties, midway between Chambersburg and Gettysburg along the Lincoln Highway, US 30. The park is nestled within South Mountain, the northern terminus of the well-known Blue...Read More
As one of the facilities of Harford County Department of Parks and Recreation, our mission is to increase awareness, understanding, and appreciation of estuarine ecosystems through research, monitoring, and education. We are one of the...Read More
The park has a beach on one of Virginia’s most popular lakes, a fishing pond accessible to children and the disabled, a bathhouse-concessions complex and a boat launch. Overnight stays are made possible by camping, six camping cabins, t...Read More
On a peninsula where Aquia Creek and the Potomac River meet, Widewater provides access to both bodies of water. The park lies on non-contiguous parcels surrounded by private property. Two parcels are open for access. The park has a visitor ce...Read More
Leesylvania is nestled along the tidal shores of the historic Potomac River. Native Americans lived on this land for thousands of years. Capt. John Smith visited the area in 1608 on his voyage of discovery. It’s also the ancestral home ...Read More
This park is on the South Fork of the Shenandoah River and has more than 1,600 acres along 5.2 miles of shoreline. The park opened in June 1999. In addition to meandering river frontage, the park offers scenic views of Massanutten Mountain to...Read More