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March 19, 20170 found this helpful

One of my besties, for her 13th, went to a huge 55ft rock-climbing place and took one friend (me). We stayed at a fancy hotel and went out to eat and went rock-climbing and swimming. It was really fun of course it was a $400 - $800 hotel soo... That would totally contradict the whole "not spend much money" thing. You could try taking it down a notch or 2. You could go rock-climbing and you could have dinner at a restaurant and/or come back home for a sleepover.

If you don't like rock-climbing or want something bigger, try going to a family amusement center. There'll probably be at least one close by you. (There are 3 close too me.) That would be the park theme you want but not too expensive. They usually have more 'kiddy' rides though. The ones I've been too have one tiny roller coaster. But they also have go-karts, swings, batting arena, water park, mini golf, arcade... etc. I think it would be fun to be those big kids at the arcade cheering for the one of you bossing PAC-man and screaming your hearts out in the kiddie- coaster. I'd be fun but maybe boring if there's nothing thrilling. I say, if they have go-karts, it's worth it.

There's one more solution that I always go to when I give up: TRAMPOLINE ARENA!! They're a total classic and are tons of fun! If you went with this, as I have learned in my past, some people don't like to jump on trampolines for an hour and a half. This us a somewhat risky decision, but if all your friends know how to be safe on a trampoline and like jumping, then you're good, girl!

Welp, that's my long strand of advice that I have to give you. Happy Birthday! Mine 13th is coming up this week and I still don't know what I'm going to do o3o Remember, you aren't the only person who struggles with birthday party problems. I would guess that 86.99% of the US find it hard to decide on birthday parties. Sounds really sad when You say it out loud...

I wish thou luck!

-Rox

March 19, 20170 found this helpful

In my town, they set up about a half mile long path of Christmas trees and we like to go there every Christmas. You could see if there is something like that - some special, local Christmas celebration you could take her and her friends to. Afterwards, you could take her to a local coffee/hot cocoa chop and hang out. It may be small but it would be fun, cute, and memorable. I hope this helps someone!

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