- The list below includes 253 free or cheap things to do in or near Annapolis, Maryland, including 111 different types of inexpensive activities like Colleges & Universities, National & State Parks, Parks and Landmarks.
- From U.S. Naval Academy to Quiet Waters Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Annapolis and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baltimore, Laurel, Pasadena and Glen Burnie.
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13000 Minnieville Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192 MoreLess Info
Founded in honor of a fallen police dog, the K-9 Gunner Memorial Dog Park provides a large area for pets to socialize and exercise together. The park provides clean-up bags for the dogs' waste as well as agility equipment.
A health, exercise, and recreation facility, the Herndon Community Center offers a variety of amenities. The facility has a 25 yard indoor pool, three racquetball courts, a full-size gym, and a fitness room, and offers a variety of classes.
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Algonkian Regional Park, 47001 Fairway Drive, Sterling, VA 20165 MoreLess Info
Halloween Woods Haunted Forest is a scare destination that features a variety of costumed actors and elaborate horror set-pieces in an outdoor setting. The attraction also features a rock wall and refreshments for sale.
Kids will love the dark wood of the park and equipment at Fantasy Playground, it will feel like they're playing in a tree house. There is equipment that children can climb on, over, and under for limitless fun.
Situated along the Occoquan Reservoir, Lake Ridge Park offers boating and fishing opportunities as well as a 9-hole golf course with driving range and an 18-hole miniature golf course. It also has picnic tables, playgrounds and walking trails.
Offering first-run feature films, AMC Worldgate 9 utilizes digital projection in its nine auditoriums. The theater provides reclining chairs, stadium seating, a bar with adult beverages, reserved seats and a concession area with food and drinks.
88% 133 votes
2001 Daniel K Ludwig Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22191 MoreLess Info
The Leesylvania State Park is considered to be a historic site in the region as it was visited by Captain John Smith and serves as the ancestral home area for Virginia's legendary Fairfax and Lee families. There are also many outdoor activities for visitors, including picnicking, hiking, fishing, and boating.
A movie theater multiplex with nine auditoriums, the Regal Westminster 9 is part of the Regal Theater cinema chain. The theater features digital video and sound, and screens primarily Hollywood new releases.