- The list below includes 89 free or cheap things to do in or near Laconia, New Hampshire, including 92 different types of inexpensive activities like Arcades, Mini Golf, History Museums and Beaches.
- From White Mountains National Forest to Ahern State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Laconia and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wolfeboro, Concord, Meredith and Gilford.
In addition to first-run Hollywood films, Smitty's Cinema features a comprehensive concession stand that offers full meals along with standard movie fare. All screens at the cinema offer 100% digital projection for every movie.
Meredith, New Hampshire is the home of the Moulton Farm and Garden Center. Visitors may purchase fresh produce, potted plants, seeds, bulbs and garden accessories. The staff are experienced gardeners and are happy to help clients select the items they need to make their garden flourish.
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Canterbury, NH MoreLess Info
An historic village centred on the life of the Shaker community, the Canterbury Shaker Village offers guided and self-guided tours, along with the Power House Family Activity Centre with hands-on workshops for children and parents. The extensive grounds offer walking opportunities.
Full Moon Paddleboard offers basic and premium board rentals as well as paddleboard lessons by WPA certified instructors. Their specialty is a floating asana practice which fuses yoga and paddleboarding for a unique approach to fitness.
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15 N Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 3894 MoreLess Info
The Wolfboro Area Recreation Association has a myriad of activities and sports for the community to partake in. Some activities include softball, mountaineering, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, and track and field.
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Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce, 32 Central Avenue, Wolfeboro, NH 3894 MoreLess Info
The Russel C. Chase Bridge - Falls Path is a biking trail that spans 2.4 miles in total. The trail is an out-and-back design and offers a variety of scenic views of nature along the way.
Rather than a simple hiking trail, the Cotton Valley Trail is essentially a system of rail cars that run along the former Wolfeboro Railroad structures. Currently, there are 17 miles of railway being used along with the restored Fernald Station.