- The list below includes 13 free or cheap things to do in or near Palatka, Florida, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Cocktail Lounge.
- From Ravine State Gardens to City of Murals, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Palatka and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Palm Coast and St. Augustine.
In addition to a wood floor skate rink, Skate Station has a rock climbing wall, arcade area, miniature golf, and more. The rink hosts various events like 'Backwards Night', where there are contests and games for skating backwards.
Latitude 30 is an entertainment and games complex catering to interests of all ages. For adults, there are live comedy venues, a cigar lounge, and the Axis bar and dance floor. Younger patrons can partake in bowling, billiards and large-screen gaming.
Offering first-run feature films, AMC Orange Park 24 features stadium seating in its 24 auditoriums. The theater provides a concession area with food and drinks, a bar with adult beverages and private event hosting.
48% 21 votes
9525 Philips Highway, Jacksonville, FL 32256 MoreLess Info
The Regal Avenues Stadium 20 & RPX is a cinema multiplex featuring first run movies with digital projection in auditoriums with stadium seating. The facility also is equipped for Imax, 3D, and its own proprietary RPX visual and sound technology.
98% 96 votes
8528 East County Road 225, Gainesville, FL 32609 MoreLess Info
Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation Foundation rescues exotic animals and houses them in natural grass enclosures where visitors can see them during 2 hour guided tours. They have 62 animals of 23 species including many big cats.
There are 25 athletic fields at Ormond Beach Sports Complex, including T-ball, baseball, softball, soccer and multi-purpose fields. They also have basketball courts, a playground, picnic areas and a path for walking, jogging or biking.
94% 16 votes
1109 1/2 Ponte Vedra Blvd, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 MoreLess Info
Mickler's Beach is well-equipped with showers and toilets and is a favored spot for relaxing, dog-walking, combing for shark teeth or fishing on the coast. The location is also home to giant sea turtles.
Running for more than 30 miles, the Loop passes through parks and on the shore of Atlantic. There are parks on the way, with facilities which could entertain the entire family. Birdwatchers can take one of the many trails along the way.
Covering 1,800 acres, the Tomoka State Park has campgrounds with facilities for the entire family to enjoy: picnic areas and shelters, playgrounds, and restroom facilities. There are also trails, boat ramps, and plenty of wildlife to be spotted.
Offering access to unspoiled, uninhabited natural areas, Silver Springs State Park offers extensive equestrian, biking, and hiking trails through a pristine wetland area. Visitors can also rent glass bottom boats as well as canoes and kayaks.