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Kids Activities and Charlotte Relocation

Kids Activities and Charlotte Relocation

Are you considering a Charlotte relocation and wondering what the kids will do for fun? You will find that Charlotte, North Carolina is truly a family-oriented city. There is so much to do year-round, whether you have young ones or teens.

Here are just a few ideas to get you started with some fun things to do with the kids if you are considering a Charlotte relocation.

Recreational Water Parks

Ray's Splash Planet is an amazing water park sure to thrill the kids! In addition to the huge water park, it includes a state of the art fitness area with an aerobic and dance room, cardiovascular theater, free weights and resistance equipment.

Ray's Splash Planet is owned and operated by Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation. For someone considering Charlotte relocation, it is a regional attraction open to residents of other counties and states as well as citizens of Mecklenburg County. Residents of the the county do receive a discount on admission and membership.

Ray's Splash Planet is the perfect place to hold a child's birthday party.  It has party rooms, a playground and outdoor covered picnic area, basketball gymnasium, horseshoe pits and access to the Irwin Creek Greenway.

Located to the northeast of Charlotte, in Concord, the Great Wolf Lodge water park and entertainment resort will keep the family entertained for days. If you are considering Charlotte relocation, this would be a fun place to stay or spend a day or two during your visit.

Great Wolf Lodge has endless rides and attractions including the massive water park, kids spa, game arcade, an enchanted kingdom, mini golf, arts and crafts, a teenage gaming and tech room, dining, shopping, lodging and special daily activities sure to please the whole family.

Children's Museums and Theatres

If you have kids of any age and are thinking of Charlotte relocation, you'll certainly want to know about ImaginOn. A collaboration between Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and the Children's Theatre, the mission of ImaginOn brings stories to life through extraordinary experiences that challenge, inspire and excite young minds. For those unfamiliar due to a recent Charlotte relocation, it is located in the heart of downtown.

In addition to scheduled programs, you'll find friendly video game competitions or animation in Studio i, an impromptu performance or costumes to try on in the lobby, or a puppet show in Spangler Library.

The Spangler Library on the first floor offers books, media, and resources for children from birth through 5th grade. Special collections and resources for parents, teachers and caregivers are also an important part of ImaginOn’s mission. Staff members with expertise in early literacy, child development, and children’s and teen literature can help find just the right book, resource, or information.

Studio i, located on the second floor in the Loft, is a space where families and teens can bring stories to life through movies and music. Teens can express themselves in Studio i through animated and live action videos, music or a combination of the three. Studio i has the tools needed for each step in the production process, including: shooting, editing and sound mixing. Completed videos and songs can be burned to a disc, available for purchase at ImaginOn, or shared online. How cool is that?

The Children’s Theatre of Charlotte has been opening young minds to the wonders of live theater for over half a century. Today, it continues to be one of the most technically imaginative and resourceful theatres in the country. The Children’s Theatre of Charlotte offers classes for all ages, from preschoolers through high school students. Classes are taught by professional theatre artists with extensive experience as instructors, performers, directors and playwrights – and always, the ability to inspire and motivate young people.

These are just a couple of fun or educational activities for kids of all ages if you are considering a Charlotte relocation.

Charlotte, NC Relocation Specialist – Nancy Winters, Real Estate Broker – I specialize in helping individuals and families relocate to Charlotte, North Carolina. I provide real estate services to those seeking Charlotte’s moderate climate, friendly people and affordable housing. Wilkinson & Associates – Google or call me at(704) 345-5844.

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