5 Kid-Friendly Activities in Greater Morgantown
MedExpress Kids Day Recap
The 30th Annual MedExpress Kids Day took place over the weekend on July 15th in downtown Morgantown. Kids had the opportunity to learn the importance of safety, the chance to play games with others, explore a giant sandbox, and much more.
Take a look at a recap in the pictures provided.
“It was our first time attending Kids Day and we were surprised at how much there was to do. It’s definitely something we’ll be doing every year from now on. Our kids had a blast!” said Ben Dyer, parent of MedExpress Kids Day attendees.
Did you and your kids also enjoy MedExpress Kids Day? Check out these five kid-friendly activities in Greater Morgantown for more kid-friendly fun!
Visit Cheat Lake Park
There is much to do at Cheat Lake Park and Trail. A trail along the Lake Lynn shoreline is 4.5-miles long, perfect for biking with the kids or taking a walk. Playgrounds are situated near the trail, where children can play, as well as a “beach” and swimming area.
If you plan to visit Cheat Lake Park, pack a picnic to enjoy with the kids and take an outdoor adventure. You could also fish near the station at the northern tip, or take in the scenery at the viewing area in the southern tip.
Spend the Day at Kid’s Kingdom
Rainy day? No problem! Take the kids to Kids Kingdom Morgantown, a family-friendly indoor facility with reasonable prices. Kids Kingdom gives kids the opportunity to play on six different inflatables, try an interactive projection game, explore the arcade, and have fun with friends and family – no matter what the weather looks like outside!
Explore Spark! Imagination and Science Center
At Spark! Imagination and Science Center, your kids can have fun and learn about science at the same time. Interactive art exhibits and hands-on learning are located throughout the museum. Space weather, dinosaurs, and engineering skills are just some of the topics that kids can learn about while visiting Spark!
Experience the Arts at Monongalia Arts Center
Take the kids to see a show at Monongalia Arts Center (MAC), where visual arts such as ballet and plays are performed, hear a concert, participate in an art education class, or visit the two art galleries where you and your kids can experience cultural art as well as pieces by emerging artists.
See the Goats at Arthurdale Heritage
A community referred to as “Eleanor’s Little Village,” Arthurdale Heritage was the first project of the New Deal. Take the kids to visit the goats and livestock guard dogs, or experience what it was like back in the 1930s by touring the museum and craft shop. There are also yearly events such as the New Deal Festival, ice cream social, or Christmas with Santa.
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