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17 Things That Teens Will Love To Do This Fall

by Jill P 

 

One of our KZOOkids readers recently asked about places for teens to go around greater Kalamazoo. Where do teens like to go and hang out? Here’s some of the ideas that our readers suggested and some we’ve reached out to the community to see what is being offered. Most of these are based on what is available this fall.

If you have any suggestions that we should add to this list, let us know!

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17 Things For Teens To Do This Fall

1. SkyZone has a special SkySlam night. SkySlam is every Saturday from 8:30 pm-10:00 pm for ages 14+. All activities are included and for $18 (plus $1 for Sky Socks) you get an hour and a half of jumping plus 2 pieces of pizza and a soft drink.

2. Check out one of the corn mazes in the area. Harvest Moon Acres has a Flightlight Maze Nights every Saturday night. Your teen will surely love this and each flashlight maze is followed by a campfire. Gull Meadow Farms has a night maze also.

3. Head out to the movies or go to a drive-in movie at Capri Drive-In Theatre in Coldwater.

4. Grab some friends and hit the trails at Fort Custer with your bikes or hiking shoes. We know many teens that love to mountain bike here!

5. Check out My Art on Canvas for a fun day of painting or one of the fun classes at Art Bayou.


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6. Take in a KWings Hockey game. Yes, the season starts in October already and offers plenty of excitement for all ages.

7. Go horseback riding.

8. Go to Teen Night at the KIA. These take place monthly on Friday nights at the KIA from 6:00pm – 8:00 pm. Upcoming dates include: October 9, November 13 and December 11.

9. If your daughter is a teen, head out to get a manicure/pedicure. We have a good list that is kid-friendly and also suitable for teens.

10. Head over to the Kalamazoo Nature Center for their Zipline Adventures: Fly Like a Bird.

11. Take in a show at Miller Auditorium such as the Illusionists appearing in October. Or check out Theatre Kalamazoo to see what shows are in our area.

12. The Alamo Drafthouse just announced their New Film Series: Victory Vanguard Presents which is targeted toward younger audiences. Tickets for the screenings are $3 and guests 14 and older may attend without a parent or guardian. Screenings will be followed by a programmer-led discussion.

13. Take in a tour with Haunted Kalamazoo.

14. Visit a haunted house in the area or go on the Shadow Hollow Haunt at Stokes Homestead Farm Market. Binder Park Zoo will have Haunted Africa opened on Fridays and Saturdays open from 6-8 pm.

15. Not just for adults, Art Hop has plenty for all ages to see.

16. Participate in the Alligator Round Up at the Critchlow Alligator Sanctuary.

17. Head over to the library for one of their special teen programming events. You can search for “Teen” events under of the local library calendars.

 

 

 

Jill P

Jill is a mom of a busy 8 year old son. KZOOkids.com was started in 2013 to showcase all of the great things to do in and around Kalamazoo. When not working the KZOOkids.com website, Jill likes to hike, cook, and read in her free time.

 

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