- The list below includes 87 free or cheap things to do in or near Keizer, Oregon, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Music Venue, Arts & Crafts Classes and History Museums.
- From Willark County Park to Keizer Rapids Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Keizer and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Salem, Canby, Albany and Wilsonville.
Red Hills Lake is a private managed 4-acre lake that is stocked with Kamloop trout, steelhead and rainbow trout. They are open year round by reservation for fly fishermen and six fishermen are allowed on the lake at a time.
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35835 South Highway 213, Molalla, OR 97038 MoreLess Info
Marquam Hill Ranch specializes in the raising and breeding of alpacas. The wool from these animals is used to make items sold in the on-site gift shop, and visitors are able to tour the ranch to get an up close look at its daily operations.
As a family apple orchard, Marquam Meadows Fruit Company organizes U-Pick events where visitors can pick their own apples from over 500 trees. The varieties grown on the farm include Idared, Honeycrisp, Jonagold, Mutsu, and more.
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6325 NE Abbey Road, Carlton, OR 97111 MoreLess Info
The starting point for Equestrian Wine Tours, Jake Price Stables/Grand Oaks Farm offers a scenic and idyllic setting for a Tennessee Walking Horse or carriage ride through the countryside. Custom tours are available.
As a family run operation, South Barlow Berries offers visitors a chance to pick their own berries during the summer season. The farm grows a variety of berries, including blueberries, blackberries, boysenberries, and silvanberries.
A family-owned and operated nursery, Secret Garden Growers specializes in decorative plants and flowers for home gardeners. The staff offer recommendations, consultations, and even installation and maintenance services for recreational growers and landscapers.
Offering beautiful hedges and topiaries, Boxwood Garden is more than a shop, it's a beautiful place to browse a collection of perfectly manicured plants. The enviable collection of cubes, balls and spirals makes for a fairytale garden come true.
Founded in 1963, Aurora Colony Historical Society the is a group dedicated to preserving and displaying the history of the local area. The society operates a museum with a number of exhibits aimed to educate about local history and heritage.