Fair   61.0F  |  Forecast »

Best Family Fun Play Centers in Southeast Michigan

Pint-sized towns, inflatables, sports complexes and more are sure to keep your kids entertained! Check out these cool locales for games and good times.

(page 3 of 3)

Taylor Sportsplex

  • Address: 13333 Telegraph Road, Taylor
  • Phone: 734-374-8900

Spend some time on the ice or the green at this indoor sports complex that has both inline hockey and competitive figure skating.

The Chelsea TreeHouse

  • Address: 1101 S. Main St., Chelsea
  • Phone: 734-475-1555

Run around in 9,000 square feet of indoor play space, complete with a giant tree house, swinging bridges and healthy homemade snacks. Open daily; kids under 1 year old get in free.

Tiny Town Play Lounge

  • Address: 15444 Haggerty Road, Northville
  • Phone: 734-667-4965

Children can play house, stop by the salon, work at the supermarket or play veterinarian at this activity nook designed just for them.

Total Roller Hockey

  • Address: 46039 Grand River Ave., Novi
  • Phone: 248-669-9831

Roller hockey rules at this sports complex that has classes for kids starting at 3 years old.

Total Soccer

Address and Phone:

  • Fraser: 34300 Utica Road, 586-294-8848
  • Royal Oak: 1319 Lexington Blvd., 248-288-2110

Join a league at this indoor soccer facility, attend a camp or participate in tournaments. Enroll kids as young as 18 months in the SoccerTots program, which enhances motor skills and physical fitness.

Total Sports Complex

Address and Phone:

  • Roller Hockey, Novi: 46039 Grand River Ave., 248-669-9831
  • Sports, Novi: 41550 Grand River Ave., 248-374-0500
  • Sports, Wixom: 30990 S. Wixom Road, 248-669-9817

When they say total, they mean it! Enjoy everything you need to practice and play sports like football, lacrosse, volleyball, roller hockey and even baseball. This complex is home to team sessions and lessons for the most competitive all-star. Look for the new location coming in Farmington.

Total Sports East

  • Address: 40501 Production Drive, Harrison Township
  • Phone: 586-463-2000

This sports complex has it all: racquetball, bowling, Wallyball, handball and basketball. Join a league, register for a tournament or grab a membership to get even more perks, like a fitness club.

Whirlyball

Address and Phone:

  • Clinton Township: 19781 15 Mile Road, 586-792-4190
  • Novi: 41550 Grand River Ave., 248-788-8900

Don't let the bumper car exterior fool you. This powerful machine allows you to fly down the court and battle it out in a game that's a mash-up of basketball, hockey and Jai-Alai.

Whirlyball of Ann Arbor

  • Address: 750 Phoenix Drive, Ann Arbor
  • Phone: 734-975-6909

This Whirlyball arena also offers pool tables and video arcade games. Kids must be 8 years and 48 inches tall to play.

WideWorld Sports Center

  • Address: 2140 Oak Valley Drive, Ann Arbor
  • Phone: 734-913-4625

This indoor and outdoor soccer facility hosts leagues for youth and adults, with training programs taught by professional coaches. Rent a field or join a camp and get your kick on.

Woodhaven Funtastic Play Center

  • Address: 20372 Van Horn Road, Woodhaven
  • Phone: 734-692-3867

With all day drop-in play schedules and a cafe for parents, this indoor "soft play" facility offers fun, educational activities including a foreign language program and Toddler Time that incorporates parents into the fun.

Xtreme Bounce Zone

  • Address: 82 Aprill Drive, Suite C, Ann Arbor
  • Phone: 734-761-3242

This spot has a Monkey House, 18-foot giant slide, 52-foot obstacle course, Toddler Bounce Zone and more – six total inflatables for off-the-wall fun. Call ahead to find out when open sessions are.

Zap Zone

Address and Phone:

  • Ann Arbor: 2800 Boardwalk Drive, 734-930-6670
  • Brighton: 6995 Grand River Road, 810-227-2010
  • Canton: 41953 Ford Road, 734-844-7746
  • Farmington: 31506 Grand River Ave., 248-471-6777
  • Taylor: 9751 Telegraph Road, 313-299-9690
  • Utica: 7529 Auburn Road, 586-323-0030
  • Waterford: 3653 Highland Ave., 248-706-7777

Laser tag facilities at seven locations also feature 18-hole glow-in-the-dark mini-golf at Canton, Farmington Hills and Lansing locations.

Apr 9, 2012 12:54 pm
 Posted by  DivaDynamite

GREAT list!!!!

Don't forget about the glow in the dark golf in Novi. And there's a fun inflatable playground inside the bowling alley on Cooley Lake Rd in Waterford.

Add your comment:
Advertisement

More »Latest Articles & Blog Posts

Capturing Memories with Project Life by Stampin' Up

Capturing Memories with Project Life by Stampin' Up

Looking for an easier way to save and display your family memories and keepsakes? This kit has what you need to make scrapbook journaling lots of fun.

Local Sixth Grader Sings National Anthem For Tiger Fans

Local Sixth Grader Sings National Anthem For Tiger Fans

On Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, a Northville tween will show off her singing talents in front of a packed stadium at Comerica Park in Detroit.

Passport Rules for Kids

Passport Rules for Kids

If you're planning on traveling with your family outside of the country, they'll need a passport. Find out what you need and how to get passports for children.

Tips for Saving Cash on Flights

Tips for Saving Cash on Flights

Find out how your family can save money when flying abroad and in the country.

Tips for Traveling Internationally with Your Children

Tips for Traveling Internationally with Your Children

Thought about taking your kids for a trip abroad? You should! Here are tips to help make your cultural excursion easier – and cheaper – than you might think.

Staying Home Alone: How to Know When Your Child is Ready

Staying Home Alone: How to Know When Your Child is Ready

Whether you just want to run an errand or need to hit the gym for a break, it could be time to let your tween stay home alone. Here are a few ways to know your kid is prepared.

Craft Roundup: Get Ready for the Beach

Craft Roundup: Get Ready for the Beach

Whether you're hitting the pool or lake, southeast Michigan is packed with watery summer fun. These projects are inspired by (and ready for) this very topic!

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement