03 Jun Fun Summer break activities for your kids
Summer break is finally here! Well depending on who you ask… As a parent you might be wondering how you could possibly come up with enough fun activities to keep your kids entertained. You might even have a fun trip planned to some exciting destination but that won’t stop your kids from feeling bored before or after their vacation.
Thankfully as a resident here at HighPoint Community Apartments, you not only have access to kid friendly amenities right on your doorstep but you also have multiple fun activities for your kids to enjoy in your surrounding area!
Fun for all at HighPoint!
HighPoint offers a wonderful array of outdoor activities for all to enjoy, from the sand volleyball court, large heated pool with a sundeck for relaxation that overlooks the lake, its fountain, grilling area, cozy outdoor fireplace, to its wooded walking trails and more. The Friendship Centre programs also offer enlightening academic enrichment programs, exciting after school care, as well as captivating summer camp programs.
Boucher Prairie Park, Romeoville
With the days starting to warm up, your kids might want to cool down at their local splash pad and with it’s convenient location, Boucher prairie park is just the place.
Funflatables is another nearby location, which offers an indoor play area, where your kids can jump, climb, slide, and play on a safe soft playground.
Haunted Trails Family Entertainment Center, Joliet
Haunted Trails is a spooky-themed family park with exciting rides, batting cages, zipping go-karts, as well as miniature golf. You can also stop by the cafe for some tasty snacks.
Sky Zone Trampoline Park, Joliet
Sky Zone is an indoor trampoline park, where kids of all ages can engage in active play. Kids can practice their dunking skills at SkySlam or challenge their friends at a game of Ultimate dodgeball.
Seven Bridges Ice Arena, Woodridge
If you don’t mind the 15 minute drive, Seven Bridges Ice Arena offers a large public ice skating facility, where kids can beat the heat and glide across the ice while singing “Let it go” from their favorite movie, Frozen.