- The list below includes 108 free or cheap things to do in or near Grand Island, New York, including 60 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, National & State Parks, Amusement Parks (All Ages) and Bowling.
- From Beaver Island State Park to Buckhorn State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Grand Island and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Buffalo, Niagara Falls, North Tonawanda and East Aurora.
With sandy beaches, Beaver Island State Park offers activities for all ages. Along with water sports like fishing, swimming and boating, the park is equipped with a playground, athletic field and picnic area.
Bordering the Niagara River, Buckhorn State Park provides for an array of outdoor activities. This includes a multi-purpose trail for walking, bicycling and cross-country skiing when weather permits. Park visitors can also canoe and fish in the park.
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2400 Grand Island Boulevard, Grand Island, NY 14072 MoreLess Info
Martin's Fantasy Island serves as a combination amusement park and water park. The amusement park features rides for all ages from a carousel to a large-scale wooden roller coaster while the water park has multiple water slides and a wave pool.
With both indoor and outdoor attractions, Grand Island Fun Center offers visitors activities like go-karting, miniature golf, water balloon fights, and more. The miniature golf course is 18 holes and is landscaped with flowers, rocks, and a stream.
The Island Fun Center is and indoor/outdoor recreation facility with go karts, mini golf, an arcade, and water balloon wars. They are also available for birthday parties and corporate events. Open April through September.
Nestled along the scenic banks of the Niagara River is the Gratwick Waterfront Park. The community park features winding walking trails, open grassy areas, picnic tables, campgrounds and water access for boating and kayaking.
Located along the scenic Niagara River, Raymond Klimek Veteran's Park is a public park made to honor U.S. Navy and Marine veterans. Visitors to the park have access to several covered shelters, fishing areas along the river, and weekly concerts.
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54 Webster Street, North Tonawanda, NY 14120 MoreLess Info
As a volunteer run museum, North Tonawanda History Museum offers visitors the opportunity to explore exhibits filled with locally donated artifacts relevant to the region's history. These exhibits have displays that feature jukeboxes, photographs, and maps.
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1115 Oliver Street, North Tonawanda, NY 14120 MoreLess Info
The National Railway Historical Soc is a non-profit organization that gives away annual grants for projects that preserve, educate, and publish railway history. The society has a $50 membership fee per year.