- 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.
Peace Valley Nature Center is located within 14 miles of nature trails through woods and meadows, with more than 250 species of birds living nearby. The center offers many environmental education programs in their outdoor classroom.
With the goal of inspiring a love of tennis and fitness, the Tennis Addiction Sports Club is a recreational fitness club that features a tennis academy during the summer. The club has a membership program and also offers massage therapy.
With three large fields and access to miles of trails, Buona Fortuna Farm offers english and western riding lessons, showing and coaching, training, and grooming services. Training services are individually personalized and unbroke/unbacked horses/ponies are accepted.
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Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve has over 800 native plants, including 80 rare, threatened or endangered species that visitors can explore on the 2.5 miles of hiking paths. The preserve also has areas that can be rented including Preserve Pond, Captain James Moore Pavilion, Gazebo in the Woods, and the Auditor…
Guests can enjoy fresh produce delivered daily from nine local farms at the Trenton Farmers Market. The market also offers a variety of foods from 40 different local businesses including meats, dairy, and fresh baked goods.
A variety of guided tours introduce visitors to the history and horticulture of the Longwood Gardens. Spread over 1000 acres, the conservatory area alone houses 20 different gardens, including the Orchid House, Camellia House, and Italian Water Garden.
Mt. Cuba Center is a botanical garden that features a variety of native plants from the Piedmont region. The garden offers two hour docent led walking tours and features a picnic area where guests can bring their own food.
Featuring 14-miles of hiking trails, the 933-acre Brandywine Creek State Park, provides visitors with wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities. Other amenities include fishing, winter sports, picnic areas, and seasonal special events for the entire family.