- The list below includes 161 free or cheap things to do in or near Jackson, New Jersey, including 111 different types of inexpensive activities like Music Venue, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Batting Cages and Horseback Riding.
- From Six Flags Safari to Jackson Baseball Sofball Academy, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Jackson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Princeton, Point Pleasant Beach, Asbury Park and Toms River.
Featuring a 16,000 square-foot training facility, the Jackson Baseball Sofball Academy is an academy focused on the development and progress of baseball players. Instruction is provided by one of the many experienced teachers.
Featuring a maple wood skating surface, RollerMagic Roller Rinks - Jackson Skating Center offers open roller skating sessions with lighting effects and popular music. The facility also provides a skate shop, a snack bar, arcade games and skating lessons.
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An inline and roller skating rink, Jackson Skating Center-Roller Magic hosts open skating hours as well as a variety of themed nights and special events. The rink is available for party rentals, and offers various concessions.
Located within Six Flags Great Adventure, the Northern Star Arena is a concert venue that hosts numerous performers throughout the year. Notable past performances include The Ramones, Alice Cooper, and The Beach Boys.
Barrow Beach, the land of the midnight sun where the sun never sets and is daylight 24 hours a day during July and the first part of August. It is the furthest point north that you can go to in the United States and lies on the Arctic Ocean.
Most of the exhibits featured at the Sephardic Heritage Museum revolve around an extensive photographic portfolio. The heritage of the Syrian Jewish community is memorialized in over 30,000 pictures within the museum.
Turkey Swamp Park is spread over 2,173 wooded acres and focuses of activities for campers like miles of trails and an archery range. One of the main draws of the area though is a 17-acre lake which is open for boating, fishing, and ice-skating in the winter.
Featuring 36 bowling lanes available, the Lakewood Bowl & Recreation Center is a facility offering a number of amenities for its guests to enjoy. After bowling, visitors commonly enjoy stopping by the connected bar and grill for food and drinks.