Located at Pioneer Airport and supported by United Technologies, KidVenture's campus
has become a prominent fixture of AirVenture's landscape. Where else can
kids earn loggable flight instruction on a simulator, earn FAA credit toward an A&P certificate through hands-on building projects, and learn how to fly a radio-controlled airplane? Learn more
Camp Scholler Youth Activities
Afternoon at the Oshkosh Community YMCA
Swimming, gym, and game room activities!
Ages 6 and older (ages 6-10 must be accompanied by a parent at the YMCA).
Registration: Daily from Noon-12:30 p.m. at Youth Activity Pavilion, located in Camp Scholler (all children must be registered by 12:30 p.m. each day of participation).
Bus will leave Youth Activity Pavilion for the YMCA at 12:30 p.m. and return to the Pavilion at 3:30 p.m.
Contact Lisa at 920-230-8449, ext. 123, with any questions.
National Park Service
Family friendly campfire programs at the Youth Pavilion opening weekend. Details available at the Activities Center.
Located near camper registration and the Youth Activities Pavilion. Both are fenced, but unsupervised.
You can register for classes to learn new crafts or just enjoy the
fellowship of other crafty people. There are many activities for children. Located just south of the Warbirds area.
Admission to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh not only gives access to all the great
airplanes on the flight line; you also have an opportunity to enjoy one of
the world's finest aviation museums for free! Learn more
KidVenture Gallery at the
The KidVenture Gallery includes hands-on fun in every exhibit, including
simulators, more than half-dozen separate aircraft cockpits and many more
exhibits. The 3,000-square foot gallery is designed as a fun-filled way to
increase young people’s knowledge and enthusiasm in the thrilling world of
An extension of the EAA AirVenture Museum, Pioneer Airport portrays a time
when the magic of flying charmed the world. Styled as a typical airport of
the 1930s, it displays over 50 vintage airplanes in seven period hangars -
each of which is open daily for visitors to explore. Learn more
Near Theater in the Woods; infants and
toddlers; tented, shaded area for relaxing
Some of the world's finest aerobatic performers are coming to Oshkosh for
the World's Greatest Aviation Celebration at Wittman Regional Airport. Every
year, many pilots make Oshkosh a priority for their performance schedule
because they have the opportunity to strut their stuff in front of their
peers in the aerobatic community, as well as perhaps the most aviation-savvy
audience on the planet. Learn more