- The list below includes 275 free or cheap things to do in or near La Jolla, California, including 89 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Kayaking, Aquariums and Cooking Classes.
- From Mount Soledad to Windansea Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in La Jolla and in nearby cities within 25 miles like La Mesa, Chula Vista, San Diego and Santee.
79% 19 votes
De Luz Rd & Sandia Creek Drive, Fallbrook, CA 92088 MoreLess Info
Santa Margarita River Trail is a 6 mile loop trail that has shady woodlands, boulders, dusty and dry chaparral and native plants and wildflowers along the trail. Patrons can use the trail for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.
A county park, Clemmens Lane Park is open from sunrise to sunset, every day of the week. The park features playgrounds for both very young and older kids, a soccer field, a sand volleyball court, and picnic areas.
100% 2 votes
936 S Live Oak Park Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028 MoreLess Info
Specializing in artwork dedicated to nature and wildlife, Hidden Forest Art Gallery is home to artist Gamini Ratnavira. Along with paintings, the gallery includes a bonsai garden and koi pond. All items are available for sale.
At Fallbrook Community Center, visitors can take advantage of amenities like kitchen facilities, meeting rooms, auditoriums, and more. Visitors are welcome to take fitness classes, ranging from Zumba to yoga.
86% 7 votes
123 West AlvaradoStreet, Fallbrook, CA MoreLess Info
Tourists can view jewels found in local mines at the Fallbrook Gem & Mineral Museum. Along with a diverse collection of gems and minerals, the museum has a gift shop where many treasures can be purchased.
Fallbrook Art Center is a collection of a guild of artists who push the limits of art and offer a wide array of exhibitions. Both collectors and browsers are welcome to peruse the various paintings, pottery, prints, and glasswork.
86% 28 votes
3015 Pala Mission Road, Escondido, CA 92059 MoreLess Info
Mission San Antonio de Pala offers mass services at 8AM on Monday through Friday, on Saturday at 5PM, and at multiple times on Sunday. The location also hosts fiestas and other special events for churchgoers to enjoy.
Considered to be one of the most prominent rail-trails in the area, the San Clemente Beach Trail hugs the ocean shoreline and is situated next to the Amtrak rail line. The trail has a boardwalk-style bridge over sensitive beach habitat near the Pier Bowl trailhead.