If you spent 2020 and 2021 social distancing, you’ll be delighted to learn upon emerging from quarantine that there are still plenty of fun things to do in North Ridgeville.
So what are you waiting for? Get out there and enjoy North Ridgeville with our guide.
Five fab things to do in North Ridgeville
Mulligan’s Family Fun
If your children are bouncing off the walls, make for Mulligan’s Family Fun to safely channel their energy. Located on Victory Lane, Mulligan’s Family Fun features a large miniature golf course. You’ll also find bumper cars and basketball hoops. Should hunger pangs kick in, the center has a snack bar and picnic area to boot. Your little one(s) will be occupied and entertained, affording you some well deserved “me time.” Bottom line? Everyone stands to benefit!
Sandy Ridge Reservation
Bring your binoculars and make a beeline for one of North Ridgeville’s best-kept secrets: Sandy Ridge Reservation, a 526-acre wetland, and wildlife preserve located in North Ridgeville. Since opening in 1999, the park has become a popular site for birding – five bald eagles were spotted back in July 2021.
Bowling at Brunswick is family fun at its best so round up your fam and head on down. Expect 46 bowling lanes, five billiard tables, arcade games and good food and drink – check out their daily specials. Rock n bowl!
Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-In Theatre
Check out this cinema treasure! The Aut-O-Rama Drive-In was opened on July 2, 1965, with a doubleheader: The Robert Mitcham vehicle Mister Moses followed by The Rounders starring Glenn Ford. A second screen was added in 1972. In the 21 years that the Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-In Theatre has been open, this North Ridgeville institution has never missed a season!
The family-owned and operated Dairy Grove serves the best ice cream in North Ridgeville, something the lines out of the door bear testimony to. Get stuck into sundaes, fudge and chocolate custard, milkshakes, and every flavor of ice cream under the sun. Enjoy!