Are your children tired of this winter weather and have built up energy that can only be expelled by extended use of play equipment? I know this is the case at my house with my boys. School age children like my 8 year don’t experience this as often with sports and activities like Martial Arts, younger children that aren’t old enough for activities aren’t as lucky.
Many times the younger children that stay home with mom or go to daycare get lots more indoor time and not enough time to run out their excessive amount of energy! Let’s Play Huntsville can provide the perfect indoor place for your children to burn off their extreme energy in a stimulating and enjoyable environment. Let’s Play Huntsville’s unique play area fosters imagination play by providing a pirate ship themed play structure, a cannon area, and a spider web tower. Your children can pretend they are pirates sailing the seas, a knight protecting the castle with cannons, or even a princess in the tower of a castle! These areas are great for your most active children under 12. There is also a special area for babies and children under 4 that includes mini slides, sensory activities, and play equipment.
Let’s Play Huntsville is also a great place to host your child’s next birthday party. They have several party packages suited for a small party of up to 8 or a large party of 25 children. The staff can take care of everything for your party, all you have to do is bring a cake or cupcakes!
Rocket City is lucky to have such a unique and family friendly indoor play center! Let’s Play Huntsville is located in WestSide Center located next to Altitude Trampoline Park and Target.
The play center is open for Walk-in play anytime. Their hours are:
- Monday to Thursday: 10 AM – 6PM
- Friday and Saturday: 10 AM – 7 PM
- Sunday: 11AM – 6PM
Check out Let’s Play Huntsville the next time you are looking for a fun indoor activity or location for a party in Rocket City.
By: Brooke Hyde
Brooke Hyde is an IT professional and mompreneur who likes using technology to improve businesses. She currently works for a defense contract in Huntsville, and runs her small business The Automated Mompreneur. When she is not working with technology to help government and momprenuers be more efficient, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two boys, and two dogs in the family you-pick vineyard, Hyde's Harvest Vineyard.Posted by Matt Curtis on