- On August 14, 2018
- family, fun, weekend
The weekend is traditionally a time spent with your loved ones, and with the start of school closing in, it marks the end of the summer vacation for both parents and their children. Here are a couple of ideas on how to have fun with the family on the weekend in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Host an Ice-cream Party
During the hotter months of summer one of the best ways to handle the heat is by throwing an ice-cream party. Invite your friends, neighbors, family, and host a party with all kinds of ice-cream flavors and varieties. Even during the winter time, this party is a guaranteed success because who doesn’t like ice-cream?
Visit the Trampoline Park
There are plenty of things to do in Minneapolis with kids, but one of the best ideas is to visit us the Zero Gravity Trampoline Park and treat your children with an entire day of fun-packed activities. We offer over a dozen attractions and activities that are fun for the whole family including;
Zero Gravity also features a Tot Spot for toddlers, meaning you can bring children of all ages.
Contact us to learn more about all of the family-friendly activities and attractions that we offer.
One of the most popular weekend activity ideas is a family camping trip. Minneapolis offers many fantastic camping spots that are exciting and interesting for your kids. It really would be a shame having them miss out on that experience. Sleeping in the tents, having breakfast in the woods, hikes next to a river beat sitting on the couch any day.
Attend the Game
Visiting the sports arena, field, court, etc are traditionally associated with quality family time. A family visit to a sporting event is one of the staples of American culture. Just as our parents brought us, and their parents brought them, continuing the tradition with your own kids is a great idea for weekend fun. Even if you never experienced this yourself, you can start the tradition with your kids and treat them to a ball-game. The sports teams in the Twin Cities encompass a large variety of sports types and costs from professional to college to local leagues. Get them some souvenirs and make it a family thing; rooting for the team of your choice.
Family Game Night
Finally, not all weekend activities demand going out or spending money. Organize a game night for your family and compete with your kids, or against them, with other family members and friends. Whether it is a classic board game or a family-friendly party game, game nights often spawn some of the greatest memories and family tales.
Whatever you decide, you can’t go wrong with spending quality time with your family.