Feel the heart-racing adrenaline of roller coasters and endless family fun this weekend with a trip to Pirates of the Bay in New Bedford.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Feeling a little bored this weekend? Feed your fun side at White's Family Fun and Sports Center in Acushnet.
Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the park.
With its kid-friendly vibe, this park is a great spot for families.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
In The Landing Zone, younger visitors bounce around. Inflated bouncers fill the space, as do Spinzone bumper cars—which twirl in circles when hit.
Outsize of the zone, visitors can pop tokens into games in the arcade to win tickets redeemable for prizes or engage in lazer tag where teams move through two levels of mazes and catwalks as they avoid the photon blasts of opposing players' and the pitfalls of the 7,500 sq. ft. arena.
Leave all worries at home this weekend and head over to Westport Kartway in Westport for some funtastic thrills!
Who's ready to race? Hit the track at Westport Kartway for a day of high-speed, go-kart fun.
Impress your friends and family with your kickboxing skills.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
In 1946, Ellis D. Atwood began to build a sanctuary for one of America's most magnificent beasts: the railway train, which was then on the brink of extinction. He rescued equipment from short lines in Maine and laid tracks around his cranberry bogs, where they would cart his harvests and carry visitors on scenic tours. These daytrips became such a draw that Ellis decided to augment his plantation with amusement attractions and holiday light displays. The park borrowed his initials to form its name, Edaville, and today, more than 70 years since Ellis purchased the first of his rails, the park continues to welcome families who flock there for over 90 rides & attractions, the panoramas of growing cranberries. and the train. Which isn't just any train. It's Thomas the Tank Engine™
On 20-minute scenic train rides on a life-sized replica of everyone's favorite No. 1 Engine, guests can take in all of the sights and sounds at Edaville USA, including the Ferris wheel, the spinning coaster, the Tilt-a-Whirl and Red Baron plane rides, and the classic carousel and souvenir general store. Other highlights of whimsical theme park include Thomas Land, which recreates the storybook world of the Island of Sodor with familiar destinations such as Knapford Station and Tidmouth Sheds, and themed rides featuring characters such as Troublesome Trucks Roller Coaster, Cranky the Crane and Harold the Helicopter. And for junior adventures, the Dino Land Walking Trail is populated with 23 life-size animatronic dinosaurs. Fall and winter seasons transform the park into a sparkling venue for Christmas lights and visits with Santa, with select dates offering Santa VIP train rides or magical rides aboard a train designed after the Polar Express.
My Gym Children's Fitness Center divides its classes into seven age groups, each based in the process of natural childhood development. Staff and instructors draw from current physiological, psychological, and sociological studies, as well as hands-on childcare experience, to design age-appropriate workouts that hone each age group's most vital skills. Classes accommodate children aged 6 weeks–8 years, focusing on skill sets ranging from visual and spatial exploration to gross-motor-skill development to structured games and gymnastics fundamentals. Eventually, this instruction leads up to full cardio and sports-focused classes for children up to 13 years of age, which keep kids fit enough to track and capture their own stuffed animals.