King George is a small town in northeastern Virginia that is the county seat of King George county. Moms in this small community and the surrounding area can find plenty of entertaining activities for their active toddlers. Toddlers are little bundles of energy, so keeping them busy is a good thing.
L.E. Smoot Memorial Library
You and your toddler can have an educational yet entertaining time at the L.E. Smoot Memorial Library (smoot.org), which is right in King George. The library has a children's section filled with titles to keep your little one happy -- and encourage his imagination. Check out some children's books to take home, or share a story right there at the library. There are scheduled events for children, like craft time, story time and a Lego club. Family movie nights also take place occasionally. All events are listed on the events calendar on the library's website.
King George Branch YMCA
The King George Branch of the YMCA (family-ymca.org) is a great place to take your toddler for stimulating activities. Programs are designed to encourage children to grow to their full potentials through music, sports, arts and crafts, and more. There are special mommy/daddy and me classes for toddlers ages 2 and up. Parents and tots participate and play in engaging teacher-led activities held in a fun, preschool atmosphere.
Central Park Fun Land
Just a short 24-minute drive away in Fredericksburg, you'll find Central Park Fun Land (centralparkfun-land.com). There are lots of exciting activities your toddler will love at this place. The 40,000-square foot indoor facility has a play zone that's perfect for busy little ones. They can run, climb and play. Climb on the mini roller coaster with your toddler and watch his face light up with excitement as it twists and turns. Outside, you'll find a fun slide that you and your toddler can go down together.
Visit Belvedere Plantation (belvedereplantation.com) with your toddler for a day on the farm that neither of you will forget. This 645-acre farm, just 24-minutes from King George near Fredericksburg, was constructed in the 1760s -- and is still a working farm that grows pumpkins, wheat, corn and soybeans. During the fall months, families can spend the day at the farm exploring all it has to offer. You can bring a picnic basket, make your way through the corn maze, pick a pumpkin, take a hayride and even sit around a bonfire.