- The list below includes 27 free or cheap things to do in or near Lake City, Minnesota, including 60 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Parks, Marinas and Observation Decks.
- From HOK-SI-LA MUNICIPAL PARK & CAMPGROUND to Reads Landing, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lake City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Red Wing, Alma, Wabasha and Pepin.
HOK-SI-LA MUNICIPAL PARK & CAMPGROUND spans 252 acres and offers views of Lake Pepin, the Mississippi River, and the surrounding bluffs. Visitors can enjoy picnics, volleyball, basketball, swimming, boating, camping, hiking, and bird watching at the park.
Situated next to the Mississippi River, Reads Landings offers a variety of craft beers produced on location. In addition to these brews, it also offers other regional brews and commercial beers. From the bar, visitors can see views of the Mississippi River.
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Hansen's Harbor & Trailer Court offers a variety of services and amenities. The company offers boat maintenance, storage, transient slips, and a launch ramp, as well as restrooms, a picnic area, and sandy beach.
At the Laura Ingles Wilder Museum, visitors can see items like those used by Laura and her family in a home that was built to resemble the one they would have lived in. The museum's site is the location of the Little House in the Big Woods.
Eagle Watch Observatory gives visitors a chance to watch eagles up close. There are classrooms where trainers present everything there is to know about eagles. Visitors, especially children are encouraged to have their photo taken with the eagles.
National Eagle Center is an interpretive center which is home to rescued eagles, four of them are bald eagles and one is a golden eagle. They aim to promote awareness of the biology, ecology and natural history of these eagles through exhibits, and live eagle programs.
An ice skating rink owned and operated by the Red Wing School District, Bergwall Arena is one of two home arenas for the Red Wing Figure Skating Club and the Red Wing Hockey Association. The arena also offers open skating.
With preserved artifacts that tell a story, the Red Wing Pottery Museum has shelves and tables worth of stoneware and art pottery. Exhibits include folk art, utilitarian dinnerware, vintage photographs of pottery being made, and a timeline of pottery innovation.