- The list below includes 53 free or cheap things to do in or near Lapeer, Michigan, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Mini Golf and Pubs.
- From Watertower Travel Trailer Park to Hunters Creek, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lapeer and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Flint, Grand Blanc, Auburn Hills and Burton.
Hines Park is more commonly known as simply Hines Parkway since it covers a wide flood basin of more than 15 miles in length. The large park has a disc golf course, sledding hill, multiple playgrounds, several ball diamonds, volleyball courts, picnic areas, and an ice skating rink.
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23302 W Warren Avenue, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127 MoreLess Info
The mission of the H.Y.P.E. Athletics Community is to create infrastructures that support the positive development of the youths in Wayne County. The center has a basketball court and a fitness center.
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3456 Patterson Rd, Bay City, MI MoreLess Info
With over 12,000 items on exhibit, the Dobson Antique Toy and Firehouse Museum shows a collection of unique antique toys. Exhibits include fire trucks, NASCAR vehicles, and the world's largest fire vehicle the Super Pumper fire apparatus.
The Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum offers tours of the USS Edison, a Vietnam-era battleship that has been permanently moored there since 2013. Visitors can explore the ship on their own or on guided tours.
The Detroit Institute of Art has over 60,000 pieces of art divided into several galleries including Africa, Oceania, and Indigenous Americas; American Art; Asia and the Islamic World; and European Art. The institute also has a large gallery of African American art.
The main part of the Detroit Historical Society is the arrangement it makes for the Detroit Historical Museum. The history of the region is put on display through a variety of exhibits with a central, core exhibition arrangement and several changing exhibitions.
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315 E. Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201 MoreLess Info
The documentation, preservation, and interpretation of African American culture and history is conducted at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Each year the site serves as the venue for the African World Festival as well.