Labor Day weekend is around the corner, and as always, it’s a fun day! Kids get the best treats, but also the entire family is catered. You do not need to spend much to have fun especially for a growing families. Here are some ideas for you to enjoy this Labor Day holiday.
When the temperatures outside are soaring high degrees, nothing quenches your thirst better than heading to an indoor water park in the middle of the summer heatwave. Splash into some water fun at one of these great water parks:
Great Wolf Lodge: Located in Grapevine, Kansas City, and Traverse City, the park is open year-round for family fun with over 56,000 square feet of water attractions. Attractions include Howlin’ Tornado, Fort McKenzie white water rafting adventure, and more.
Aquatic Fun Center: in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin area, this family entertainment center features:
- Water slides
- Swimming pools
- Play areas
There are also outdoor pavilions with picnic tables for a quick bite to eat or a place to sit down during your visit. Prices vary by location, so check their website for more details.
Fun at an Amusement Park or Zoo
What could be more fun than spending the day watching animals soar above you on rides while you’re strapped into your spinny chair? Try out one of these fun-filled amusement parks or zoos with plenty of things to see and do.
Six Flags: Fun for the whole family is what you’ll find at one of this amusement park’s many locations. In Arlington, TX; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Los Angeles, CA; New York City NY, and St. Louis, MO.
There are plenty of fun-filled adventures for everyone in your family. Keep an eye out for their special Labor Day deals on tickets such as Fun Card Sunday or Fun Card Monday. The tickets offer discounts if you buy an unlimited ride Fun Card online before the day of the visit. Even a few locations feature fireworks shows after dark if you’re visiting the park on a Friday night or Saturday. Fun for all ages and thrills beyond compare makes Six Flags amusement parks a great place to visit this Labor Day weekend.
Family Fun on Bikes
Aside from doing DIY home projects, rolling down hills with your kids or riding around a park are two fun ways to get outside this summer! If you don’t have bikes handy, then head on over to your local library and check out a bike for everyone in the family. Kids will love the freedom of cruising around town, while parents can enjoy the time spent relaxing with their kids.
So don’t stay bored at home, check out the above, and have some fun and affordable activities with kids this Labor Day Weekend.