- The list below includes 37 free or cheap things to do in or near Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Movie Theaters, Breweries and Art Museum.
- From Cacapon State Park to Prospect Peak, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Berkeley Springs and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Martinsburg, Hagerstown, Cumberland and Flintstone.
Featuring 36 synthetic lanes and electronic scoring, Terrance Lanes Tenpin Center hosts open bowling as well as league and tournament play. The alley features effects like glow lights and a techno sound system, as well.
94% 32 votes
3600 Old Frederick Rd., Thurmont, MD 21788 MoreLess Info
The picturesque Loy's Station Covered Bridge in Old Frederick Road has a picnic area with a playground for kids. There is also a creek nearby, several other picnic tables scattered along the stream, horseshoe pits, and grills.
93% 43 votes
1611 North Market Street, Frederick, MD MoreLess Info
Initially the retirement home of Thomas Johnson, this historic house operates as Rose Hill Manor Park & Children's Museum today featuring numerous exhibits and hands-on displays about domestic life during colonial period.
A reconstruction of Barbara Fritchie's original Civil War dwelling, the Barbara Fritchie House and Museum documents Civil War history. Artifacts and antiques on display include furniture, clothing, chinaware, original documents, and manuscripts.
Featuring 20 practice areas on its driving range, Olde Scotland Yard has an 18 hole miniature golf course landscaped with fountains, rocks, and shrubs. It also offers golf lessons from PGA trained instructors.
Taste Frederick is a local tour operator which organizes guided walking tours of the historic downtown Frederick through some of the best restaurants and specialty shops in the area coupled with informative talks with the owners and chefs.
96% 142 votes
Carroll Creek Market Street, Frederick, MD 21701 MoreLess Info
Carrol Creek Linear Park is a scenic river walk area along Frederick's canal. It offers benches to sit and rest as well as an artistically-landscaped walking path. Visitors can feed fish from the waterside.