5 Teen Activities That Make Cincinnati Unique

Cincinnati boasts a ton of family friendly, teen activities, but we’ve selected a few that make Cincinnati truly unique:


1. Wake NationWake Nation Teen Activity

Wake Nation uses an overhead cable system to let you wakeboard around a 10-acre lake with actually needing a boat. Never wakeboarded before? Wake Nation offers private cable lessons for first time riders.

Located in Fairfield, Wake Nation hosts riders ages 3 and up. Reservations are highly encouraged. Open from May through November, and don’t forget to check the weather!

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2.  Fowling WarehouseFowling Warehouse Teen Activities Cincinnati

In the spirit of combining two sports to create an entirely new sport, the folks over at Fowling Warehouse have combined football and bowling to create fowling. The first Fowling Warehouse opened in Hamtramck, MI (outside Detroit) in 2014, and now Cincinnati boasts the first venue of its kind outside of Michigan.

Located in Pleasant Ridge, the Fowling Warehouse is a 47,000 indoor facility with 30 fowling lanes. All ages are welcome until 8PM, at which time it becomes 21+. Players must be at least 10 to participate.

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3.  Archery Arena  Archery Arena Teen Activities Cincinnati

Continuing on the theme of combining two sports to create a new now, Archery Arena is one of the first dedicated venues in the country to host an activity they call Archery Dodgeball. Exactly as it sounds, Archery Dodgeball combines the rules of dodgeball with specially engineered foam-tipped arrows. A typical session lasts 1 hour, starting with an introduction to how to shoot a bow and arrow and continuing through a mix of game modes to keep the excitement high.

Located in West Chester, the indoor venue hosts individual play open to ages 10+, or private events can be booked for groups.  Reservations are highly recommended.

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4. Full Throttle Indoor KartingFull Throttle Teen Activities Cincinnati

Go Karting might not sound super unique, but Full Throttle has stepped it up a notch, featuring go karts that reach up to 40mph.

Located in Springdale, Full Throttle has two indoor tracks. No reservations are required to drop in for 8 minute race sessions.

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5. Arcade LegacyArcade Legacy Teen Activities Cincinnati


Different than a traditional arcade, Arcade Legacy brings back all of the classics in an all-you-can-play pricing format.

Located in the Cincinnati Mall and Newport, KY, each location has 50+ arcade classics including pinball, Pac Man, NFL Blitz 2000, Crazy Taxi, Mortal Kombat…

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