- The list below includes 31 free or cheap things to do in or near Conneaut, Ohio, including 38 different types of inexpensive activities like Bridges, History Museums, Parks and Bowling.
- From Conneaut Township Park to Creek Road Covered Bridge, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Conneaut and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ashtabula, Geneva, Geneva on the Lake and Erie.
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.
Atlas Cinemas Great Lakes Stadium 16 is a movie theater that features new releases on 16 different screens, with films having up to 10 daily showtimes. They offer many discounts including bargain matinees and customer appreciation days.
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8668 Kirtland-Chardon Rd., Kirtland, OH 44025 MoreLess Info
Situated on 424-acres of woods, wetlands, and fields, the Lake Metroparks Penitentiary Glen Reservation, is waiting to be discovered by you and your family. There are miles of trails for very-level of hiker, a gorge, and nature center.
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361-541 Center Street East, Warren, OH 44481 MoreLess Info
Built along a former railway path, the Western Reserve Greenway Trail is a nature trail that provides visitors access to the local natural environment. Walkers, hikers, bikers, and other outdoor enthusiasts can experience local wildlife and vegetation along the trail.
The LDS Church Headquarters was established in Historic Kirtland in the 1880's. Visitors can experience life in those times through the meticulously restored and rebuilt structures, including the sawmill, schoolhouse, farms and more.
An indoor amusement center featuring bowling, an arcade, and other activities, Freeway Lanes Bowling Group hosts all manner of parties, corporate retreats, and special events. It also serves an array of refreshments.
Recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Kirtland Temple was built in the 1880's by the Latter Day Saints as their 'House of Worship'. Visitors to the temple can take guided tours and learn about and witness the history of this amazing place.