10 Things to Do with Kids in Burlington County
Tired of your kids playing video games or watching YouTube? Looking to find something new to do with your children? Burlington County has lots of activities for you and your family. Winter, spring, summer or fall – check out this list and plan your next adventure!
Located in Cinnaminson, this is New Jersey’s largest indoor electric kart racing track. Kids have to be a minimum of 6 years of age and 48 inches tall to race in a junior kart, and 12 years old and 56 inches tall to race in an adult kart. Be sure to make a reservation in order to guarantee a slot will be available for you!
Warrior Gyms contains a Ninja Warrior course, inflatable obstacle course, rock wall, and an area to practice parkour which makes it a perfect place to burn a little energy any time of the year. The staff is friendly and very helpful and they offer a great monthly membership!
Bowling is lots of fun and Oakwood Lanes does it right! 26 lanes of fun! This is a great place for birthday parties and you should be sure to check out their “Glow Bowling” on Friday and Saturday nights!
Come learn about the Powhatan Renape Nation when you visit Rankokus American Indian Reservation. On the reservation, you will find the American Indian Heritage Museum, an art gallery, and a replica woodland village.
Coco Key Water Park is a great time in all types of weather. This water park has an aquatic jungle gym, a lazy river, multiple slides, and much more. Day passes are available or stay overnight at the hotel in order to take full advantage of all that Coco Key has to offer.
Escape rooms around the country are extremely popular and you can head to one in Marlton. The Escape Room Challenge has 3 different rooms of varying difficulty for you to try. (They also have one room that can be made easier for kids under the age of 15.) You can book a reservation online and see how smart you are!
If you are looking for a challenge then head to Elite Climbing. You and your family can try your hand at indoor rock wall climbing. Elite Climbing will set you up with all of the safety gear and then you can challenge yourself to climb to the top!
There’s so much to do at this 55-acre park. You can fish, hike, bike or enjoy a picnic. Amico Island Park is a great place to go and enjoy nature
This place is like one-stop shopping for kid fun! The Funplex has an arcade, laser tag, bumper cars, go-karts, bowling and much more. Pricing varies and there are always lots of specials. They even have a year-round membership!
Does someone in your family love airplanes? Then bring them to the Air Victory Museum. Here you can get up close and personal with full-sized planes including an F-14A Tomcat. The museum also has many special events throughout the year so be sure to check their calendar.
Burlington County has lots to do for children and families – both indoors and outdoors. Where do you like to take your kids when you are looking to do something fun or just get out of the house? Share your favorite spots here!