- The list below includes 60 free or cheap things to do in or near Mebane, North Carolina, including 64 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Lake, Parks and Recreation Centers.
- From Lake Michael to Orange County Recreation & Parks Dept, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Mebane and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Durham, Chapel Hill, Burlington and Pittsboro.
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301 Wagstaff Rd, Fuquay-Varina, NC MoreLess Info
The Carrol Howard Johnson Environmental Park is a 28-acre park with a focus on education. The park serves to educate those who visit on the natural wildlife of the Fuquay-Varina area with its wooded paths, various plant species and natural bridges.
SNR Express Fitness Center is a 24-hour fitness and workout facility that features Nautilus exercise equipment and machines. The facility also has separate exercise rooms for aerobics and yoga classes which are open to members.
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215 South Main Street, Kernersville, NC 27284 MoreLess Info
A new and still-growing garden, the Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden boasts 15 gardens featuring 1,300 varieties of plants including a large spring-flowering bulb display. Educational programs are available for adults and children as are self-guided and guided tours.
With 24 lanes of bowling, Kendale Bowling Lanes is home to tournaments, leagues and events like moonlight bowling. It offers food and drinks, a pro shop, arcade games, billiard tables and a lounge with adult beverages.
Jule Gilmer Corner built Korner's Folly in the late 1800s to showcase his own designs in interior design, furniture and painting. The quirky home features 22 rooms and 15 different fireplaces across seven levels of architecture.
Featuring an open grass field, Mill Bridge Nature Park has several walking trails that lead into the wilderness. The park hosts community events like bluegrass concerts, family movie nights, and classic car shows.
Bicyclists and other athletes are heading to Garner Recreational Park for a day of active fun. The park is equipped with over 2 miles of mountain bike trails, lighted tennis courts, a playground, and two ball fields.
Jugtown Pottery has been recognized with the North Carolina Folk Heritage Award and the National Endowment of the Arts National Heritage Fellowship for its pottery created just as it has been since 1917 at the same location. Visitors can also see the Jugtown Museum to learn more about the history.