- The list below includes 163 free or cheap things to do in or near Peoria, Arizona, including 72 different types of inexpensive activities like Laser Tag, Movie Theaters, Parks and Paddleboarding.
- From Rio Vista Community Park to Pioneer Community Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Peoria and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Phoenix, Tempe, Glendale and Scottsdale.
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Papago Park contains an archery range, 1.7 mile exercise course, fishing lagoons, orienteering course, Oakland A's minor league ball field, 8,000 seat spring training facility for the Oakland A's, four softball diamonds, the Desert Botanical Garden, Hall of Flame, Papago Golf Course. The park also houses the Ph…
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Arizona Food Tours presents A Taste of Old Town Scottsdale offers its clients a culinary tour of the city, with stops in 6 restaurants, for tasting local specialties and sipping local produced wines.
Home to the San Francisco Giants, the Scottsdale Stadium is popular during Spring Training season. The stadium is conveniently located in old town Scottsdale, in close proximity to bars, nightclubs and shops.
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Celestial Nights Family Entertainment specializes in outdoor movies and video gaming events by providing rentals of inflatable screens of various sizes. The larger screens can accommodate crowds of several thousands and DJ services can also be rented.
A popular training venue for professional baseball teams, the 10,000-seat Tempe Diablo Stadium sits adjacent to the Maricopa Freeway. The two playing fields are also popular settings for concerts and motivational speaking events.
Spacious Tempe Beach Park is a tranquil waterside park in Tempe, Arizona that is a popular venue for public and private events. The park offers paddleboating, paddleboarding and other aquatic activities for adults and children.
Dedicated to Anthem's veterans, Anthem Veterans Memorial has 5 pillars representing the 5 branches of the American military. Each year, on the 11th of November, the pillars are perfectly aligned, so that the sun casts only one shadow.
Those interested in finding more about the desert flora can visit the Desert Botanical Garden. It covers 140 acres, and has more than 50,000 plants in display. There are events and exhibitions organized in here all around the year.