- The list below includes 5 free or cheap things to do in or near Exeter, Ontario, including 13 different types of inexpensive activities like Other Outdoor Places, History Museums, Bowling and Horse Races.
- From Morrison Dam Conservation Area to Bannockburn Conservation Area, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Exeter and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Clinton and Bluewater.
The dam at Morrison Dam Conservation Area was built in 1959, creating a lake. Today the lake is used for recreational activities, such as paddle boating and fishing. A hiking trail around the park is ideal for bird watching, and a picnic area is available for resting.
Located within Bannockburn Conservation Area is six different areas including a wet meadow, eastern white cedar, deciduous forest, old field and mixed scrub and marsh. Families enjoy hiking, wildlife watching, talking with conservation staff and special fall events.
Now located in the town's downtown heritage district, the Forest-Lambton Museum includes seasonal exhibits that inform visitors about the local history and the people who have shaped the town. There is a unique travelling version of the museum that attends local events.
One of the oldest operating cinemas in the world, Kineto Theatre continues to show films regularly as a non-profit organization. The theatre has maintained its retro look and charm, while recently upgrading its technology to modern digital standards.
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36881 Dungannon Road, Dungannon, Ontario MoreLess Info
As a family-owned standard bred racing stable, the staff at Rose Star Ranch provide training and turn out services. The highlight of the ranch is their connection to the harness racing community.
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290 Harris Street | N5C 1C8, Ingersoll, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum features artifacts related to the town's local history, including stores related to the War of 1812. The location features a small gift shop and a collection of historical buildings.