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!
Are your kids excited about being home for spring break but you’re starting to worry about how you’re going to fill the days? Then have no fear! Route One Fun’s 2019 Spring Break Guide’s got you covered with plenty of fun spring break activities along Maryland’s Route 1 Corridor, DC & beyond (couple of day-trip […]
With a mix of sun, clouds and perhaps everything in between, enjoy this list of family-friendly things to do along and beyond our beloved Route 1 this weekend!
Route One Fun’s Kids Weekend Guide is all you need for planning your local fun this weekend! From the Big Circus to Storytime to Baby Love’s Yoga, a free showing of the Sandlot and even more, you’ll have tons of ways to enjoy some family fun this weekend!
Get out and play during this great fall weather! We recently explored the Frontier Fort Playground at the Good Luck Community Center in Lanham, Maryland and had a great time climbing up, sliding down and hiding amongst this Imagination Playground’s fort structures and swing sets. With plenty of parking, a gazebo with picnic tables, ample seating, restrooms nearby, and about a ten minute drive from East West Highway and Route 1, the Frontier Fort Playground in Prince George’s County is definitely a kids’ playground worth visiting soon!
Kids love – we love – the Wizard of Oz-themed playground at Watkins Regional Park in Upper Marlboro yet! If you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s a peek at what you’ve got to look forward to at this truly amazing, huge, colorful and creative playground!
As finishing touches are being put on the new playground in University Park (grand opening 5/19), I caught local sculptor Don Becker working his magical, chainsawing ways to repurpose an old tree stump into a new park bench! Purdy cool. Love the animal theme! More about Don’s other tree stump sculptures in UP here, here and here. […]
A little birdy told me that a new tree sculpture will be made out of this tree stump, greeting folks as they head to / by the new playground opening soon in University Park! More about the playground, here. As with the other tree sculptures who call University Park their home, local sculptor Don Becker […]
Yes, it’s chilly, I know – but it’s supposed to be warming up this Friday so putting this possibly new-to-you playground (and duck pond!!) on your what-should-we-do-with-the-kids radar! A while back, we rode our bikes to explore University Hills Duck Pond Park in Hyattsville. We entered the park at 3400 Stanford Street and came across […]