Family Fun

Coldwater Country has fun for kids of all ages. Whether you are into laser tag, drive-in movies or steam train rides. We are sure you’ll enjoy your family gathering and take many memories back home.

  • Start your day sitting at a local counter with a full home-style breakfast at the Goodie Shop or Jeannie’s Diner in downtown Coldwater.
  • Head over to the Adventure Zone for a day filled with fun. Play a game of Laser Tag, run the Laser Maze, play a round of 36 holes of Miniature Golf, race around the track in NASCAR themed go karts, play virtual reality games in the newly added VR Lounges. Also, the Redemption Arcade is a favorite of the young at heart.
  • Grab a bite to eat at the Short’s Root Beer Stand where house-made root beer and sandwiches make this nostalgic drive-in restaurant is a must see.
  • Schedule an Airplane Ride on a Cessna (seats up to 3) or a Beech 18 plane (seats up to 7).
  • Head out to the Aqua Pit to run the inflatable, floatable obstacle course, rent kayaks or enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the beach.
  • Head next door to the Capri Drive-In to catch the latest released movies on 2 huge screens and HD projectors. The snack bar is like stepping back in time with the best popcorn around.
  • Spend the night in one of the area hotels located just minutes from most attractions.

  • Start your day at the Coldwater Garden's Restaurant, serving a full menu, including many Greek items.
  • Head north to Athens and visit the Critchlow Alligator Sancutary. You can be a Zookeeper for the day or adopt an alligator. They also have lizards, turtles, snakes, frogs and toads.
  • For a fun day with the animals check out Binder Park Zoo.
  • Stop in at the Tibbits Opera House for their Popcorn Theatre geared towards the young at heart productions and yes it even comes with free popcorn!
  • Freshen up and head west on U.S. 12 Heritage Trail to the ever-popular Bill's Steakhouse in Bronson and enjoy a phenomenal meal from steaks to freshwater fillets in a restaurant that has been a favorite to locals and visitors for decades.