- The list below includes 22 free or cheap things to do in or near Parker, Arizona, including 19 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums and National & State Parks.
- From La Paz County Park to Colorado River Indian Tribe, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Parker and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lake Havasu City and Blythe.
Centered around reconstructed Colorado River backwater site, the Ahakhav Tribal Preserve has over 1,200 acres of open wilderness and a 3.5 acre landscaped park. Facilities include picnic areas, a children's playground, and a 4.6 mile fitness trail.
Playgrounds, restaurants, camping sites and beaches are only some of the things to be found at the Buckskin Mountain State Park. In here there are held each week special events, such as the Ice-Cream Social and the Evening Campfire.
Parker Area Historical is a local historical society that has the goal of preserving and presenting the history of the town of Parker. The organization has collections that details local agriculture and the early town of Parker.
The Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum is a historical museum that provides a comprehensive history of the Indian Tribes that lived near the Colorado River. The museum houses artifacts, photos, and exhibits.
Specializing in horseback riding lessons, A Worthy Ranch & Stables provides visitors with equestrian training in an outdoor arena. During the lessons, experienced trainers teach the basics of riding and horse care.
Cattail Cover State Park is located on the beautiful banks of the Colorado River. The park offers boat access, picnic areas, fishing, swimming and over sixty camp sites for those looking to extend their stay.