We’ve compiled a list of the best pumpkin patches in Maryland and Virginia for Route 1 Kids based on Route One Fun readers’ input! And – many of these farms have fun events that go beyond Halloween, so enjoy!
Searching for fun, free things to do near the Route 1 Corridor on Tuesday mornings with the infant, toddler and preschooler children? Tuesday Circle Time at the Takoma Park Maryland Library, full of books, songs, and rhymes, comes highly recommended from local (really, global) superstar Mandy Sheffer.
Route 1 and DC families with preschoolers are clamoring for more open gym, indoor play areas. A place where infant, toddlers and preschoolers can run, jump, climb and tumble without costing us an arm and a leg. Thankfully, at just $5 per child, the Pre-Schoolers Open Gym at Fairland Sports and Aquatic Complex in Laurel is a great place to do just that! We checked it out earlier this month and had a blast! More on our time at this Preschool Open Gym below!
Promotions and discounts on food, drinks and activities in Hyattsville, Cheverly, Route 1 corridor and Washington, DC for furloughed federal employees.
If you haven’t checked out Prince George’s County Sports and Learning Complex in Landover yet with your energetic 1-12 year old(s), then let this winter be the season you do so! This place is HUGE and heir “gymnastics workshops,” i.e. open gym, is a time when kiddos can run around and try their acrobatic skills on equipment usually reserved for budding / training gymnasts – for the most part. They can jump, swing and bounce along to their hearts’ content, just like these kiddos below!
8/27/18: Please note that many classes/events take a break during the summer, so please call to confirm their status. Who says kid-friendly fun is limited to the weekends? Not this lady! Below are just a sprinkling of ways for you and your kid(dos) to have fun along Route 1 during the week! While most of […]