- The list below includes 177 free or cheap things to do in or near Port Jefferson, New York, including 115 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Breweries, Art Gallery and Children's Museums.
- From McAllister Park to Old Field Pt Lighthouse, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Port Jefferson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Norwalk, Milford, Riverhead and Fairfield.
Paint Nite 248 South Ketcham Avenue, Amityville, NY MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
Blydenburgh Park is a 627 acre park that includes wooded areas, hills, and a portion of the Nissequogue River. The park is often used for hiking, fishing, horseback riding, camping, or boating in the river.
Known for their modern sports bar, AMF Commack Vet Lanes offers much more than bowling. The impressive bowling alley offers 40 lanes, while the on-site bar offers a full kitchen and multiple flat screen TVs for sports viewing.
Open year round, Hoyt Farm Park has standard recreational features like baseball fields, horse shoe pits, children's playground equipment, and picnic areas. The site also features a museum, nature center, and even a water playground during the summer months.
Stratford, Connecticut is home to the Lordship Seawall, a rustic barrier made from bolders, rocks and cement. The Seawall is a popular place to stroll and picnic, and there are many bars and restaurants located nearby. It is open throughout the year.
54-A Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, Commack, NY 11725 MoreLess Info
Lazerland of LI is a laser tag facility that also offers dodgeball and is available to be rented out for private birthday parties. The facility offers summer camps for children.
Stratford's Short Beach is a municipal beach noted for three species of wildlife: horseshoe crabs, piping plover and nesting terns. The plovers and terns are especially important to conservationists because they nest on the ground and require safe locations to do so.
Since 1898, the Connecticut Audubon Society had focused on conservation efforts through environmental education and preservation of local birds and their habitats. An animal exhibit room is featured on site as well as views of the habitats from observation platforms.