Houston Indoor Playgrounds & Summer Kids' Activities

INDOOR TENNIS, ROCK CLIMBING, SOCCER, BOWLING & MORE

 
              The deep heat of Houston summer is setting in and as much as we would prefer to be outdoors, playing under the searing sun in triple-digit temperatures may not always be safe for little ones.

              Here's a list of indoor venues to keep in mind when searching for active family fun during scorching summer days.

    

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THE ZONE

10371 Stella Link, 281-816-3626

The Zone's sports programs include basketball, volleyball, futsal, batting and pitching - all indoors. Families can drop in during Open Gym times or sign up for sessions, camps and clinics. Inflatables, a karaoke room and gaming room are also available for parties.


THE HOUSTON CITY CLUB

One City Club Drive, 713-840-9001

Non-members are welcome to register for indoor tennis lessons, half-day or full-day summer camps. Certified USPTA instructors teach The Houston City Club's Junior Indoor Tennis Academy classes for children ages 5 and up.
  

TEXAS ROCK GYM

1526 Campbell Road, 713-973-7625

Families can drop in without reservations. Individual day passes allow access to 42 rope stations and two bouldering areas. Youngsters who love to climb can sign up for School of Rock and summer camps to learn core climbing techniques and safety.

 

PALACE BOWLING LANES

4191 Bellaire Boulevard, 713-667-6554

Kids can use lightweight balls and bumper guards. Children's bowling shoes are available for rent and come as small as Toddler size 8.  This popular bowling alley has 44 lanes for families.

 

WONDERWILD & WONDERWILDER

767 North Shepherd Drive, Suite 400, 713-864-4242

Weekdays are Open Play Days which means flexibility for families - they can drop in anytime. The Wonderwild side features a playscape, soft play structures, inflatable slide and jumping pillow for the little ones. Older kids, ages 5-11, prefer Wonderwilder with its ropes course, go-kart bikes track.  

 

KICKS

611 Shepherd Drive, 713-426-1107

The Kicks Kids program allows walk-ins for soccer classes year-round. Summer camps are available for kids ages 6 to 12. Mommy and Me "open play" is scheduled for every Friday afternoon from 4 p.m.-5:30 p.m.  

 




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