Family Fun


Spring Break 2017 is March 13-17 in Cedar Falls!

The kids can’t get bored over Spring Break. There’s too much to do!

Spring Break in the Cedar Valley is March 18-22, 2019 and area attractions are ready with creative activities and entertainment for young adults and the little ones. They’ll have a spring break adventure!


Craft camps will be available at the Hearst Center for the Arts over spring break | Cedar Falls, IowaSpring Break Camps

March 18-22
Hearst Center for the Arts


Kids ages 5-8 (Rownd Classroom) and ages 9-12 (McElroy Classroom) will try new mediums and make projects to take home! Snacks will be provided in the morning and afternoon (students will need to bring a sack lunch).

$30/child for a day or $140/child for the week. Registration is required.

UNI's WRC will hold Panther Camp over spring break | Cedar Falls, IowaWRC Panther Camp

March 18-22
UNI’s Wellness/Recreation Center


Kids ages 6-12 will participate in swimming, rock climbing, a variety of sports/activities, crafts, and organized games.

$165/child for the week. Space is limited and registration is required. Kids can also attend a single day for $33/child.

Explore the new exhibit at the Cedar Falls Victorian Home  | Cedar Falls, IowaParks and Recreation

March 18-22
Cedar Falls Historical Society
Tuesday-Saturday10:00am–4:00pm. Sunday 1:00-4:00pm

Visit the new exhibit, “Parks and Recreation: Cedar Falls at Play” and read books in the reading loft of the Kids' Corner. Kids can complete a scavenger hunt as they explore the Victorian Home, and see the William Lenoir 0 Scale train layout.

Admission is free for all ages! 

The kids will love 3 on 3 basketball at the Cedar Falls Rec Center over spring break | Cedar Falls, Iowa3 on 3 Basketball

March 1
Cedar Falls Rec Center


Youth basketball tournaments return for spring break! Available divisions are 2nd grade and under through 8th grade. All teams are coed with a four person team maximum.

$30/team. Registration is required by March 16.


PLEASE NOTE: When attending an event at the Cedar Falls Public Library, children ages 11 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult. 

Parents, the kids aren’t the only ones who can enjoy Spring Break! Explore the trails, discover your creative side or enjoy a quiet morning with a friend at a local coffee shop. To discover spring break activities taking place in Waterloo, please visit the World’s Greatest Spring Break. There’s a lot going on in the Cedar Valley! 

Need more ideas? Stop by the Cedar Falls Visitor Center at 6510 Hudson Road and visit with staff and pick up a few brochures or contact us at 800-845-1955 (319-268-4266).