Kids Activities in Greer

Up to 56% Off at AMF Bowling Co.

Multiple Locations

$32 $17

Bowling at over 250 locations across the country hosts groups of two, four, or six for two hours of bowling

39% Off Summer Camp at Glendale Outdoor Leadership School

Spartanburg

$325 $199

Kids climb a rock wall, mountain bike, hike, swim, kayak, create crafts, and tackle the High and Low Challenge Course

Up to 55% Off Aquarium Visit or Membership

Hendersonville

$6 $3

Aquarium housing sharks and blue-spotted stingrays features entertaining and educational interactive activities

Up to 55% Off Crystal-Digging Adventure

Lake Secession

$50 $24

Explore 5-plus acres of dumps and spoil piles while unearthing quartz crystals and pieces of amethyst

56% Off Summer Overnight Camp at Camp Blue Ridge

Mountain City

$2,500 $1,099

Kids choose their own schedule at this overnight camp, with dozens of art-, sports-, and skill-based activities to choose from

50% Off Five-Day Kids' Robotics Camp

Multiple Locations

$199.95 $99

Instructors teach the fundamentals of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with challenging robot kits

Half Off Colburn Earth Science Museum Memberships

Downtown Asheville

$50 $25

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Members receive free admission and discounts at a science museum with more than 4,500 mineral specimens, including more than 1,000 gemstones

Up to 57% Off Mini Golf and Arcade Games

Gastonia

$18.50 $8

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The facility has three 18-hole courses with tunnels and waterfalls and 33 arcade games

Up to 59% Off at Kate's Skating Rink

Multiple Locations

$45 $19

Classic roller-skating rink boasts pizza by the slice, an indoor playground, and an expansive arcade for family fun

Up to 57% Off Zipline Tour for Two in Morganton

Morganton

$138 $59

Course with multiple ziplines, rope bridges & tunnels; 32-foot climbing tower; & 50-foot-high educational treehouses

Up to 53% Off Bowling in Rock Hill

Rock Hill

$25.30 $14

Groups lace up included rental shoes and roll through two games on laser-lit lanes adjacent to onsite snack bar

Up to Half Off Attractions at Adventure Landing

Pineville

$33.98 $18

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Families putt around a mini golf course, zip around a go-kart track, and strategize at bumper boats

Up to 62% Off a Standup-Paddleboarding Adventure

Multiple Locations

$99 $45

Guides impart paddling and water-safety tips before students glide solo along North Carolina's scenic shorelines

Up to 44% Off Girls' Soccer Summer Camp

Charlotte

$110 $69

First-time or developing players aged 4–12 refine technique during girls-only summer camps led by enthusiastic staff

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art – 50% Off

Charlotte

$16 $8

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Swiss architect Mario Botta designed the museum to showcase art in every space, including works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Max Ernst

Up to 65% Off a Cultural Kids' Summer Camp

Multiple Locations

$458 $159

Weeklong and three-day summer camps explore a different region every session, including Japan, China, Costa Rica and South Africa

Up to 66% Off at CORE Wrestling

Charlotte

$100 $39

Wrestling memberships and camps help train wrestlers in the core values of respect and integrity and skills like positioning

Circus Blast – Up to 61% Off

THE PARK EXPO

$99.95 $39

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Animal acts, thrilling stunts, and clowns roll into town for a 90-minute family-friendly spectacle

Up to 50% Off Kids' Activities at BounceU 

North Charlotte

$8.99 $4.50

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Kids bounce in inflatable houses, slip down slides, and traverse obstacle courses

Up to 51% Off Paddleboarding Lesson and Tour

Huntersville

$70 $35

Instructors teach basic standing and paddling techniques and introduce ecosystem and wildlife of Mountain Island Lake during 90-minute tours

Up to 53% Off Childcare

Lexington

$17 $8

Kids entertain themselves with inflatable obstacle courses and games under adult supervision as parents enjoy evenings out

52% Off Lexington County Museum Family Membership

Lexington

$25 $12

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36 buildings, such as an original post office, populate the seven-acre museum, which recreates 19th century life in Lexington County

Up to 52% Off Fitness-Center Memberships

Indian Trail

$105 $50

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Work out in a facility with Cybex and Power Lift cardio and strength-training equipment; personal training and group classes are available

Up to 42% Off Kids' Basketball Camp

Carolina Courts

$300 $175

Kids learn the basics of the sport, take them to the next level, and apply newly gleaned skills during competitions; lunch is provided daily

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Nestled in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Cherokee Hill Farm’s 100 acres have hosted the equestrian pursuits of owners Mike and Linda Schatzberg for more than 25 years. When the horses aren't resting in one of the stable's 22 stalls, they graze on green grass and croquet mallets in one of the grounds' pastures or tote riders into the 380-acre landscape of the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center. Horse owners board their steeds at the farm, where staff members lovingly care for and train them. The Schatzbergs' passion for shar-peis led them to create an onsite kennel where pups can play while their owners ride. Beginning riders benefit from the blue ribbon expertise of instructor Mike, who specializes in hunt-seat riding.:m]]

460 Cherokee Hill Lane
Tryon,
NC
US

All equipment is included (except for shoes with required heel). Horseback riders must weigh less than 200 pounds and wear shoes with a heel.

101 Smith Road
Landrum,
SC
US

Hollywild Animal Park's family of animal lovers care for a stable of four-legged, photogenic stars. Dozens of resident critters include lions, a white tiger, and Tank, the white rhino best known for giving its spots to an outcast cow in an act of zoological altruism. Trips on the Outback Safari ride breeze past 70 acres of rolling terrain, and visitors can purchase feed to bestow upon hungry quadrupeds including fallow deer, zebras, and Scottish Highlanders. A specialized feeding area provides additional opportunities to bottle feed the next generation of mammalian stars, and a picnic area gives humans chances to gloat about opposable thumbs as they nosh nimbly on sandwiches.

2325 Hampton Rd
Wellford,
SC
US

A rider since age 5, Brooke Walton saddled up to a horse not long after her own feet knew steady ground. By age 15, she had already qualified for national medal finals, ridden in her first Grand Prix, and earned invitations to represent the United States for Young Riders in France and Venezuela. In 2003, Brooke finally harnessed her passion and natural aptitude for horse riding into the founding of Indigo Road Farm, a training facility on whose grassy pastures she now nurtures show horses and hosts lessons for new riders. Horses housed in one of three barns whinny in contentment as they survey their lodgings, which include 17 rubber-matted, ventilated stalls and perks such as bimonthly massages from a professional chiropractor. When freed from their stalls, steeds gallop across Indigo Road Farm's four spacious pastures, sand area, and derby fields strewn with waterside jumps.

392 Pine Dr
Greer,
SC
US

League bowling is alive and well at Wade Hampton Lanes. There are morning and late-night leagues, church and practice leagues, leagues for men and seniors and youths, and even a league for homeschoolers and their families. This roster is a testament to the broad range of people who enjoy bowling at the center, where 32 synthetic lanes also attract casual bowlers, especially during events such as the creepy cosmic bowling that takes place on Halloween weekend. When these bowlers aren't picking up splits or pouring concrete in the gutters, they're playing video games in the arcade, browsing the pro shop, or noshing on wings and sipping draft Yuengling brews in the bar and grill.

3065 Wade Hampton Blvd
Taylors,
SC
US

Trainers Kimberly Carter, Rachel Lecture, and Sarah Boudreaux willed Bramblewood Stables into being through hard work, fortuitous circumstances, and the bonds of friendship. Bramblewood's cadre of skilled instructors tailor riding programs around classical dressage, balancing the relationship between horse and rider through empathy, understanding, and trust falls. ARIA-certified instructors Kimberly Carter and Rachel Lecture elucidate the art of hunt-seat riding, emphasizing flat work leading to jumping. As horse and rider explore well-lit dressage and jumping rings and more than 80 acres of scenic trails, trainers guide steeds and their owners through programs geared toward the breaking of younger horses, balancing older horses, and performing maintenance on coin-operated horses.

175 McConnell Rd
Taylors,
SC
US