- The list below includes 229 free or cheap things to do in or near Pinellas Park, Florida, including 82 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Horseback Riding, Bike Paths and Laser Tag.
- From Pinellas Trail to Freedom Lake Dog Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Pinellas Park and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, Tarpon Springs, Largo and St. Petersburg.
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5851 Park Blvd., Park Station, Pinellas Park, FL 33781 MoreLess Info
The Pinellas Park Art Society is an art society focused on supporting fine arts through education and demonstration. Attractions include two monthly art shows, art classes, seminars, exhibits, general meetings, and community outreach programs.
Within the Venue Theatre is a prominent acting school that offers both workshops and year round programs. The performers who complete the longer programs are cast in the theater's performances in an intimate black box setting.
Spanning 400 acres, Sawgrass Lake Park offers a mile-long boardwalk and a half-mile long dirt trail through a maple swamp. Many different plants and animals can be viewed throughout the trails, including alligators.
Reach speeds of up to 45 mph when you ride at Tampa Bay Grand Prix, your home for European-style Kart Racing. The challenging ¼ mile track is perfect for drivers both young and old, so plan your visit or party today.
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Clearwater Marina, Clearwater, FL 33767 MoreLess Info
Explore Clearwater in a unique way with Captain Memo's Pirate Cruise. The Captain offers several cruise options, including sunset cruises, day trips and charters for birthday parties and other social events.
A bowling alley and indoor entertainment complex, Seminole Lanes Inc features 32 lanes of bowling with electronic scoring. The alley features open bowling as well as league and tournament play, and also has an arcade.
A 32-lane bowling facility, Liberty Lanes provides bowling for individuals, leagues and private events. The center features a sports bar with food, drinks and televisions that display sporting events such as professional baseball and football games.