- The list below includes 170 free or cheap things to do in or near Barberton, Ohio, including 86 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Movie Theaters, Recreation Centers and Parks.
- From The Fast Lane to Lake Cinemas 8, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Barberton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Canton, Akron, Medina and Peninsula.
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8095 Mentor Ave, Mentor, OH 44060 MoreLess Info
There is much to learn about the life and accomplishments of our nation's 20th President, when you visit the James A. Garfield National Historic Site. The site features exhibits in Garfields farmhouse, a visitors' center and picnic areas on the grounds.
Featuring a 5-acre fishing pond, Eleanor B Garfield Park measures 65 acres and provides basketball and tennis courts as well as baseball and soccer fields. It offers a wildlife area, playground, picnic facilities and an outdoor pool with slide.
Part of the national theater chain, Mentor's Atlas Movie Theater is a cinema multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies in fully digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, as well as concession combos.
Opened in 1980, the Maple Grove Marina & Park provides a large number of different amenities for its guests to use. Amenities include 200 floating docks for boats, campgrounds, a swimming pool, and picnic tables.
Suitable for private events as well open and league bowling, McKinley Lanes Bowling Center provides 20 lanes of bowling with a pro shop. The center offers a full service snack counter, a banquet room and a bar.
Millcreek Metro Parks is an organization dedicated to providing parks and other recreational facilities to the local residents. Nature trails, outdoor pavilions, and school recreational programs are among the facilities and services provided.
Featuring 18 lanes, Lake Erie Lanes Inc is a traditional bowling center suitable for casual and league bowlers as well as private events. The center offers a game room, pool tables, a snack bar, a lounge and glow bowling.
Acting as a historic landmark in the region, the Lanterman's Mill was built in the mid-1800s and then restored in the 1980s. Visitors to the mill are able to see the clever devices and designs used by pioneers and observe how it originally operated.
Mill Creek Metroparks has over 2,900 acres for visitors to engage in activities like hiking, biking, golfing, tennis, volleyball and picnicking. People can also boat and fish on the ponds and lakes or explore the many gardens.