13 PLACES TO HAVE FUN INDOORS IN SOUTHERN OREGON

Who else starts going a little stir crazy not being able to get outside because of the snow and what seems like continuous rain or sometimes even the terrible summer smoke?   There is always the obligatory day out to a movie or bowling but we are always looking for places to get the kids out to run around and stimulate their minds.  Well, here we are to help you with places to take the kids on a rainy day....and to help you keep your sanity!

ROGUE ROCK GYM - Indoor Rock Climbing - What to do in Southern Oregon - Things to do on a Rainy Day in Southern Oregon
ROGUE ROCK GYM - What to do in Southern Oregon - Things to do in Medford on a Rainy Day

ROGUE ROCK GYM

One of our personal favorite spots to get some energy out.  It is an indoor climbing facility where you can either free climb on the boulder or venture onto the top-rope routes with a qualified climbing instructor to belay you.  Read our blog for details of all of the possibilities:  here.  Ph:  541-245-2665 | Rogue Rock Gym Address:  3001 Samike Dr, Medford MAP 


ASTRAL GAMES - Medford - What to do in Southern Oregon - gaming - Video games - Magic - Pokemon - Dungeons and Dragons

ASTRAL GAMES

Astral games is where our boy is at least once a week.  Every day they are hosting various gaming gatherings that include Pokemon, Magic, Dungeons and Dragons, Yu-Gi-Oh among others.  Open gaming days include playing console video games $5 all day.  Follow them on Facebook HERE

125 S Central Ave, Medford, Oregon MAP


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OREGON CAVES NATIONAL MONUMENT

Take an hour and a half ranger-guided tour of the Oregon Caves learning about the history of the men who discovered them.  Make sure to bring a coat (it's a brisk 46 degrees).  If you have kid make sure to stop by the Visitors Center to pick up their Junior Rangers workbook so that they can earn their badge and to explore their cool interactive displays towards the back of the center.  

Ph:  1-877-444-6777  Make reservations online:  https://www.nps.gov/orca/index.htm

OREGON CAVES NATIONAL MONUMENT | 19000 Caves Hwy, Cave Junction, Oregon  MAP


KID TIME - What to do in Southern Oregon- Things to do with Kids - Medford

KID TIME CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

Kid Time is where your child's imagination can run wild.  Their newest exhibit is a Dentist's Office, but they also have Pirate Ship playground, A 0-12 month playground, Grocery Store, Farm, Veterinary Clinic, and Treehouse for hours of imaginative play.  Throughout the day they offer crafts and music and special days like Lego Building, and Movie Nights!  I gurantee your kids will not leave here tired!

Ph:  541-772-9922 | 106 N Central Ave, Medford, Oregon  MAP


VISIONS OF WONDERLAND - What to do in Southern Oregon - Things to do - Medford

VISIONS OF WONDERLAND

A learn to paint experience when you have no experience'; it is always fun to paint with Miss Tika!  If her workshop isn't full you can jump in on any of her classes last minute and paint your own masterpiece!  If you are lucky it will be a Wonderland Tea Party day that isn't sold out where you paint can paint with your child.   Follow here on Facebook for all of the latest!  Checkout our blog here to see all of the fun we had with Miss TIka!

Ph:  541-778-7215 | 632 Crater Lake Ave, Medford, Oregon  MAP

SCIENCEWORKS - What to do in Southern Oregon - Things to do in Ashland on a Rainy Day

SCIENCEWORKS HAND'S ON MUSEUM

ScienceWorks features interactive science exhibits, live demonstrations and performances.  They have lots of fun exhibits like Bee TV, the Shadow Wall, Bubble-ology Room among others and they always have a traveling exhibit like the current one Zoo in You.  They also have art & science activities to participate in.  We always end up spending at least a couple of hours of there, whiling away the afternoon.  On the first Sunday of every month it is only $1 per person and then every day prices are $8 for kids 2-12 and $10 for teens and adults.  Check their website for membership information.  Read our blog about the fun we have had there, here.  Ph:  541-482-6767  | ScienceWorks address:  1500 E Main St, Ashland  MAP 


KID'Z ZONE BROOKINGS - What to do in Southern Oregon - Things to do in Brookings on a Rainy Day with the Kid's

KID'Z ZONE BROOKINGS

They provide indoor ball pits and play equipment and newly added an indoor batting cage.  For the play area it is $6.25 per child 2+ years and $3 for under 2.  The batting cages are $10 per 25 minutes or $16 per 55 minutes.  Ph: 541-813-2235 | Kid’z Zone address:  745 Railroad St, Brookings  MAP


CRATER ROCK MUSEUM - What to do in Southern Oregon- Things to do in Central Point on a Rainy Day with Kids

CRATER ROCK MUSEUM

They have a display of rocks, minerals and gems.  Their exhibits include acollection of petrified woods, fossils, Native American artifacts and more!  The second Saturday of every month is FREE for kid’s day.  Every month there’s something new to explore whether it’s dinosaurs, geodes, thunder eggs or digging around in the outdoor rock yard if weather permits, there is always something fun to do!  Regular admission is $7 for Adults, $6 for Students, Children 6 and under are always free.   Ph:  541-664-6081 | Crater Rock Museum Address:  2002 Scenic Ave, Central Point  MAP


ROGUE VALLEY FAMILY FUN CENTER - What to do in Southern Oregon- Things to do in Central Point on a Rainy Day with Kids

ROGUE VALLEY FAMILY FUN CENTER

The Family Fun center has over 60 video games for the bigger kids to play and Cactus Jack’s Playhouse for the little ones.  Cactus Jack’s is a three story soft playhouse with slides, punching bags and more.  Entry is on only $5 for all day play for the playhouse.  Video games take tokens.  Ph:  541-664-4263 | Rogue Valley Family Fun Center Address:  1 Peninger Rd, Central Point  MAP


ROGUE AIR TRAMPOLINE PARK - What to do in Southern Oregon- Things to do in Medford on a Rainy Day with Kids

ROGUE AIR TRAMPOLINE PARK

An indoor trampoline park that provides 20,000 sq ft of wall to wall trampolines.  You can play dodgeball, basketball and a variety of other activities.  Admission is $10 for weekdays, $12 for weekends.  Ph:  541-200-1100 | Rogue Air Trampoline Park  Address:  519 Medford Ctr, Medford  MAP


KLAMATH FALLS CHILDREN'S MUSEUM - What to do in Southern Oregon- Things to do in Klamath Falls on a Rainy Day with Kids

CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF KLAMATH FALLS

A fun places for all ages checkout the Doctor's Office, Dentist Office, Beauty Salon and more in Our Town.  They also have the Experimentation Station with lot's of science based fun and the Multi-Media  room where they can play with music instruments and multi-media equipment.  BRAND NEW to the museum, OIT students have been working on creating science and engineering exhibits such as a Pulley, Electrical Panel and lot's more!  They offer $1 Wednesdays for 1 hour of play or regular admission is $5 per person.  Ph: 541-885-2995 Children's Museum of Klamath Falls Address:  711 E Main St, Klamath Falls   MAP

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LASER-OPS ENTERTAINMENT

A laster tag battle arena and arcade opening February 1st.  They provide the guns and you will be able to drop-in for battles 7 days a week from 11am-9pm.  Ph: 541-282-4941  | Laser Ops Entertainment Address:  1600 N Riverside, Medford, Oregon  MAP

DOUGLAS COUNY MUSEUM - What to do in Southern Oregon- Things to do in Roseburg on a Rainy Day with Kids

DOUGLAS COUNTY MUSEUM

Oregon’s largest natural history collection is on display at the Douglas County Museum. More than 7,500 items are used to help tell the ancient and contemporary stories of the Umpqua River Valley. In addition, DCM houses one of the Northwest’s most comprehensive plant collections in its research herbarium with nearly 3,000 catalogued specimens.  Open Tuesday - Saturday  10am - 5pm | Admission - Student (5 - 17) - $2 | Adult - $8 | Seniors & Veterans - $5   Ph: 541-957-7007 | Douglas County Museum address:  123 Museum Dr, Roseburg  MAP

Of course you can always throw a raincoat and rain boots on the kids and just deal with the muddy aftermath like we do sometimes, but it’s nice to always have a backup plan!

If you are looking for more family fun you can always click over to our Fun for Kids page and FREE For Families page and if you are looking for Where to Have Birthday Parties  we have a page for that too!!  Now get out there and have some fun!  

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