- The list below includes 405 free or cheap things to do in or near Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, including 120 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Arcades, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- From Mount Mitchill Scenic Overlook to First Avenue Playhouse Dessert Theatre, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Atlantic Highlands and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Brooklyn and Edison.
Situated on 5,416 acres, Norvin Green State Forest is home to wildlife and offers views of the New York skyline. The area is suitable for hiking, boating, fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing and birdwatching.
53% 43 votes
Kingsland Point Park, Palmer Avenue, Tarrytown, NY 10591 MoreLess Info
Kingsland Point Park is home to the Tarrytown Lighthouse, an outdoor beauty on the coast of the Hudson River. Any photo-op is emphasized by this architectural beauty, with opportunities to hike nearby and enjoy the nature of the river.
90% 49 votes
80 Lambert Ln 120, Ewing, NJ 8530 MoreLess Info
Although New Jersey isn't usually known for their beer, the River Horse Brewery produces an array of delicious quality ales and IPA's. Seasonal brews are also available throughout the year, as well as trendy River Horse swag.
Located inside the Newtown Athletic Club, Big Leagues Academy is a baseball training facility that features an array of batting cages and state of the art equipment. The facility hosts clinics and offers private lessons.
79% 14 votes
180 Snake Den Rd. Ringwood, NJ, Ringwood, NJ 07456 MoreLess Info
A large natural swimming area surrounded by woodland and mountain views, The Highlands Natural Pool is a quiet recreation retreat. In addition to the pool, it features volleyball lawns, picnic areas, barbecue facilities, and restrooms.
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1605 Daniel Bray Highway, Lambertville, NJ 8530 MoreLess Info
With buildings dating back to the 18th century, Holcombe Jimison Farmstead Museum gives visitors an inside glimpse into the region's past rural life. The museum consists of a tractor barn, dairy exhibit, blacksmith shop, and other agricultural buildings.
51% 365 votes
32 West Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938 MoreLess Info
Visitors can hop aboard a 1920s steam locomotive on the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad. Guests can ride in the passenger coaches, or if the weather is nice on the open air coaches, while on the nine mile round trip through Bucks County while listening to narration about the area.
New Hope-Lambertville Toll Supported Bridge, originally constructed in 1904, is supported financially by other toll bridges that cross the Delaware River, although no tolls are collected at this site. The bridge is popular with walkers who stroll between New Hope and Lambertville.