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Best things to do in Oaks

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Arcade
“Go-karts, indoor mini golf, amusement park rides, laser tag and video arcade games”
2 locals recommend
Movie Theater
2 locals recommend
Recreation Center
“Oaks is a few minutes away from Collegeville - in fact, they actually share an exit off Route 422, so you're going to want to stay in Collegeville and make your way around all the local area and adjacent towns for the most fun!”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Over 9 miles of trails traverse different levels of terrains. Bird watch along many of our trails and along the Perkiomen Creek. A bird blind is located off the paved trail. ”
2 locals recommend
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2 locals recommend
Gym / Fitness Center
1 local recommends
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“Convention center, shopping, restaurants, movie theater, even go-kart riding............all in one location ”
2 locals recommend
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Restaurant
1 local recommends
Museum
“A private collection of Americana collections, not your standard fare, this old tire factory houses such wonders as: self playing orchestras, gangs of lifesize clowns, grandfather clocks, carnival stuffed animals, signs and much more, immaculately maintained and restored. Available by private tour only.”
1 local recommends
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Park
1 local recommends
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“www.valleyforgeaudubon.org/ 130 acre estate that was the first home in America of painter and naturalist, John James Audubon and is currently maintained as a museum and wildlife sanctuary in Audubon PA. The Valley Forge Audubon Society and the John James Audubon Center have a shared membership and co-sponsor a variety of programs and events related to birds, wildlife, conservation and art. A shared Calendar of Events for birding activities in the area is published bi-annually and featured on both websites. In addition to offering regular bird walks, hikes and events, Valley Forge Audubon Society oversees the stewardship of the Eva R. Meng Sanctuary, a 100 acre forested property .”
1 local recommends
Park
“Closeby expansive Park with a creek & multi-use trails along Schuylkill River Trail, plus activities such as basketball, volleyball & picnicking. 101 New Mill Rd, Norristown, PA 19403”
1 local recommends
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