Spring Break Activities in Watertown!

Published On: Thursday, March 12, 2020By Categories: Blog, General News, Outdoor RecreationTags: , , ,

Watertown will keep the whole family entertained during spring break.  The city’s indoor and outdoor activities will refresh your student and remind them that they can put down their devices and create lasting memories!

THROW AN AXE AND GAME IT UP

Indoor axe throwing is all the rage, and Kiss My Axe in Watertown is making sure that it can be enjoyed by families. Not only is axe throwing available, but the business also has an array of arcade games for your family to enjoy!  Children under 16 are welcome with an adult until 8pm. 16 and up after 8pm.  210 S. Water Street

 

PRACTICE YOUR SKILLS

Get out your wheels and try a few tricks at the Watertown Skate/BMX Park!  The park features 120’x100’ concrete surface with 20 different obstacles for skates and bikes.  Located off of Carriage Hill Dr., adjacent to Watertown High School

ENJOY A STORY WHILE YOU HIKE

Families can enjoy miles of wooded trails at Brandt-Quirk Park, including StoryBook Trail!  This approximately 1 mile trail includes a full children’s story along the path, with each page placed a distance apart along the walk.  Stories change throughout the year, so check back each season.  Brandt-Quirk Park, Carriage Hill Drive

THROW A DISC

Learn a new skill at the 21-hole Rock River Disc Golf Course.  The course is moderately hilly and wooded for a great opportunity to enjoy the outdoors!  The course is FREE and open year-round.  Brandt-Quirk Park, 699 Carriage Hill Drive

ROLL AROUND

Skate Express Family Roller Rink is a fun, family attraction in Watertown.  Skate to your favorite music and play some roller games, complete with colorful lighting and a disco ball.  The business also services and sells roller skates. Group discounts are available for schools, churches, scouts, etc., and can offer private parties, available anytime they do not offer public skating.  N9668 Frohling Drive

CATCH A MOVIE

The Towne Cinema is a three screen venue that primarily shows first and second run new releases. They also hear the voice of the community, and offer special showings based on suggestions of their patrons.  Towne Cinema is making movies affordable for families, by never charging more than $4.25 per ticket!  They have a vast concession stand with options for everyone.  The business is also known locally for giving back to the community with its many charitable contributions.   308 E. Main Street

BOWL A FEW FRAMES

Watertown Bowl provides the community with two bowling venues to choose from.  Each location provides friendly, courteous service, along with a clean, family atmosphere.  The facilities can also hold your next group gathering.

Watertown Bowl North, 102 W. Cady Street

Watertown Bowl 18, 766 N Church Street

TIME FOR A SWIM

The Watertown Indoor Pool offers lessons for all ages, water aerobics, and lap swim in the mornings and evenings.  On weekends, the pool is available for open swim from 1pm-4pm.   131 Hall Street

Your family may also be interested in enjoying the indoor pools at Super 8 Motel and Holiday Inn Express in Watertown.  Enjoy a day pass, or inquire about hosting a private party.

Super 8 Motel, 1730 S Church St (920) 245-3649

Holiday Inn Express, 101 Aviation Way (920) 262-1910

 

TRY YOUR HAND AT PAINTING

Set Apart Art is an artist studio located in an old train depot, loaded with history and charm.  Classes held at Set Apart Art Studio include: Canvas Painting (adults and kids), Kids Art Camps/Classes, Private or Group Lessons, Pottery Painting, Board Painting, Glass Painting, and more. Need a special venue for a party? Reserve the studio for your event today! 725 W. Main Street

WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM

Your day isn’t complete without a delicious treat from Mullen’s Dairy Bar.  Their homemade ice cream is available in a wide variety of delicious flavors and can be made into sundaes, malts, cookie sandwiches, or any creation your imagination takes you.  Your family will remember the sweets, and their nostalgic décor.  212 W. Main Street

Robin Kaufmann is the Tourism Manager for the city of Watertown. She eats, sleeps, and breathes travel in her personal and professional life. She is the voice of Watertown Tourism, and the Facebook specialist for Enjoy Jefferson County Tourism.

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