- The list below includes 105 free or cheap things to do in or near Garner, North Carolina, including 62 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, Go Karts and Breweries.
- From Garner Veteran's Memorial at Lake Benson Park to White Deer Park/Garner Parks & Recreation, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Garner and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest and Apex.
Wine & Design Cary is a business that allows guests of all skill levels to show off their creativity while enjoying wine or other drinks of choice. Visitors paint pictures and enjoy themselves while spending a night out having drinks.
Residents of Cary, North Carolina frequently enjoy activities at the Fred G. Bond Metro Park. This large, clean park includes skateboarding facilities, a band shell, trails, a ropes course, sheltered picnic tables and a composting center.
Home to over eighty five acres of woodlands, Horseshoe Farm Park is a peaceful haven of natural beauty. The pet-friendly park is a favorite for dog owners, while others enjoy picnicking, bird watching or walking the unpaved trails.
Featuring over 4,000 square-feet of display area, Ashley's Art Gallery showcases a wide variety of different artwork from all different artists and time periods. Visitors can view the art being displayed as well as purchase paintings and pottery.
The Red Canvas is the studio, gallery, and classroom of artist Catherine Martin. Catherine is a self-proclaimed expressionist and she uses broad brush strokes and a variety of colors that personalize each work she completes.
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105 West Spring St, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 MoreLess Info
The actual mineral spring that runs through Fuquay Mineral Spring Park was first discovered in 1858. The park itself features a restored Springhouse, brick pathway, picnic tables, footbridge, and landscaped grounds.
Umstead State Park offers biking, boating, fishing, camping, cycling, fishing, hiking, and picnicking opportunities on it 5,579 acres. At the Exhibit Hall, visitors can learn about the area's history through the photographs of Carl Mydans.