- The list below includes 111 free or cheap things to do in or near North Tonawanda, New York, including 56 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Arts Centers, History Museums and Specialty Museums.
- From Gratwick Waterfront Park to Raymond Klimek Veteran's Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in North Tonawanda and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Buffalo, Niagara Falls, East Aurora and Lockport.
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15 Reiter Road, East Aurora, NY 14052 MoreLess Info
As a rehabilitation center, Lothlorien Therapeutic Riding Center Inc provides horseback riding sessions for the disabled. The facility has an outdoor riding arena where most of the therapy sessions take place.
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536 Port Maitland Road, Dunnville, Ontario MoreLess Info
Since 2003, No. 6 RCAF Dunnville Museum has been displaying memorabilia from the Service Flying Training Schools. Vintage aircraft and a flight simulator help visitors get a feel for what the pilots experienced during their training.
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Niece Rd and Downey Rd, Dunnville, Ontario MoreLess Info
Camping is the biggest feature at Rock Point Provincial Park. A large picnic area overlooks the scenic lake, while hiking and bike trails wind throughout the park. Swimming is welcome at the rocky beach.
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4969 Haldimand Road 20, Dunnville, Ontario MoreLess Info
Whether visiting overnight or for the day, Byng Island Conservation Area has many activities to keep guest s entertained. Hiking, fishing, and boating are all encouraged. The park contains one of Ontario's largest outdoor swimming pools, which can accommodate 1,000 swimmers.
Carrying a large variety of local produce, Richardson's Farm and Market provides healthy items and the knowledge of where they came from. The farm hosts school trips to education the youth of the importance of farming. There are seasonal Pick-Your-Own opportunities, as well as a fall Corn Maze.
The sculptures of Larry Griffis, Jr. and other international artists are featured in the woods, fields, and ponds of the Griffis Sculpture Park. There are over 250 large sculptures in the park that are dispersed over the several miles of hiking trails.
A sports bar for adults aged 21 and older, Rookies on the Lake offers dine-in or take out food for all ages and has live bands every Friday and Saturday. Lake views and special events are this establishment's additional features.
Preserving and promoting the city's local heritage, the Dunkirk Historical Museum is a community staple. Exhibits in the museum include a railroad display, photographs and artifacts from the American Locomotive Company, and The King Neptune Fountain.