- The list below includes 37 free or cheap things to do in or near Muscatine, Iowa, including 49 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Billiards/Pool Halls.
- From Discovery Park to Deep Lakes Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Muscatine and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Davenport, Rock Island, West Branch and Walcott.
With cabins and camping sites available for reservation, visitors can indulge in a variety of outdoor activities at Rock Creek Marina & Campground. The campground has playgrounds, a dock, boat ramps, boat rentals, hiking trails, and fishing spots.
The Burlington Regional RecPlex is a recreational facility that includes an all purpose field, five baseball diamonds, and four lighted sand volleyball courts. The facility also has a paved trail that can be used for walking or biking.
As an indoor rollerskating rink, Kenny S Roller Ranch provides visitors with an expansive area for rollerskating. In addition to skating, visitors can try the basketball bank shot, practice their swing at the batting cages, or play miniature golf.
Also known as the Allison Campground, the Lake Storey Campground rests on 600 acres of scenic open land on the lake. The campground includes a playground, fishing, boating, tennis courts, and snowmobile trails.
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1401 West Carl Sandburg Drive, Galesburg, IL 61401 MoreLess Info
A movie theater with eight screens, AMC Showplace Galesburg 8 displays first-run feature films. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room, 3D movies, theater rentals for private events and a concession area with food and drinks.
The non-profit Indian Creek Nature Center is located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and is dedicated to educating all visitors about local ecosystems and environmental responsibility. The Center spans over 200 acres and includes four miles of hiking trails.
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128 S Chambers Street, Galesburg, IL 61401 MoreLess Info
The Discovery Depot Children's Museum offers visitors the chance to learn through exhibits and special programs. The museum leases classroom space for special events and offers children the chance to learn about being a village banker or postal delivery person in its Ferris Village exhibit.