- The list below includes 194 free or cheap things to do in or near Camden, New Jersey, including 105 different types of inexpensive activities like Aquariums, Music Venue, Arts Centers and Military Museums.
- From Walt Whitman's Tomb to Wiggins Park Marina, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Camden and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Cherry Hill, Media and Norristown.
Located in the heart of Montgomery County is the family owned and operated dairy farm and farm market known as Merrymead farm. When visiting the farm enjoy local produce, honey, beef and pork products and much more.
Spanning 328 acres, scenic Bellevue State Park offers various hiking/walking trails, horse stables, garden patches, and catch-and-release fishing. Playgrounds, shaded picnic areas, tennis courts, and disc golf are also available.
Dedicating to memory of a wood sculptor, The Wharton Esherick Museum features 300 of his pieces in the gallery. One of his most notable works is a curved staircase carved from wood, which visitors can touch and feel.
Situated along Falls Township Lake, Falls Township Community Park provides access to the lake for boating and fishing. It features courts and fields for softball, basketball and roller hockey, a skate park, open fields, a playground and picnic areas.
An indoor tennis facility, Great Valley Racquet Club is staffed by experienced tennis pros who offer individual or group tennis instruction. The facility offers open tennis hours as well as camps and clinics.
A 16-screen movie theater, Regal Brandywine Town Center 16 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers self-service and mobile ticketing, a game room and a lobby snack bar.
A nine-screen movie theater, AMC Dine-in Theatres Painters Crossing 9 displays first-run movies using digital projection and RealD 3D. It offers a bar with adult beverages, in-theater dining, a Cinema Suites auditorium, reserved seating and reclining chairs.
Over 1,700 acres of land compose Tyler State Park, which covers Neshaminy Creek. Originally a farm and adjoining woodlands, the park now offers picnic areas, biking trails, boating, disc golf, and ice skating in the winter.
Suitable for leagues, private events and casual bowlers, Levittown Lanes offers bowling, shoe rental and events like Moonlight Bowling. The bowling center also has a restaurant offering pizza, sandwiches and other items and a bar serving alcoholic beverages.
Set on 11.5 acres, Hancock Street Park offers a peaceful community retreat. Paved and wooded trails meander along open grassy spaces leading to a small lake where visitors can enjoy picnics, the playground or gazebo.