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As a parent, it's important to try to find family activities that will keep your kids busy and allow the family to spend quality time together. With limited time and money though, it can be hard to find things to do that don't cost a fortune. However, there are many fun family activities to do in just about any town that everyone will enjoy.
One thing you can find to do in almost any town is miniature golf. If your town has a green or a park you may also find baseball batting cages and baseball pitches. Grab a bat and ball and step up!
One great way to have fun together without spending money is going for a bike ride. Whether you go around your neighborhood or through the nearest park, it is one of the best and healthiest family activities for everyone to enjoy. You can also go to a local park and have a picnic or spend time taking pictures of nature and the wildlife in the park. Bring some brown bread and feed the ducks, or grab a couple of nets for the kids and see what they can catch in the pond.
Game night is one of the favorite family activities of many households. Many families have a set night each week that is given over playing games. Movie night is another great way to spend time together without spending a fortune. Armed with a DVD player and a Netflix subscription, a lifetime of movies is available at your fingertips.
There are many ways to spend quality time with your family in your own town. Just be creative, and have fun!
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