- The list below includes 47 free or cheap things to do in or near Saugatuck, Michigan, including 59 different types of inexpensive activities like Off Road & ATV, Bars, History Museums and Sculpture Parks.
- From Oval Beach to Kalamazoo River, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Saugatuck and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Holland and South Haven.
Part of the AMF Company, AMF Blossom Lanes in Benton Harbor, Michigan features league play and bowling packages for all ages and abilities. Their 'Unlimited Pizza Bowl' package highlights unlimited bowling and all-you-can-eat pizza at one affordable price.
Open seasonally, Hidden Pointe is an amusement center that offers a variety of attractions. The facility offers 18 holes of miniature golf, batting cages, a video game arcade, and a variety of refreshments, including ice cream.
A traditional bowling facility, Kelley's Bowl offers open and league bowling with shoe rental and bumpers. The center provides private event and party hosting, cosmic bowling and a restaurant with food and drinks.
Located on the picturesque Muskegon River, Putters Creek is an entertainment complex that features a large selection of attractions for guests to enjoy during their visit. Mini-golf, go-kart racing, arcade games, and a picnic area are among these amenities.
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At 1.2 miles long, Bishop's Bog Preserve Trail offers visitors a scenic view of the surrounding marshland from a floating trail. The trail is wooden and takes visitors above the wetland below them.
Plangger Park is a privately owned and operated softball facility that offers two separate fields with bleachers and even concession areas. The park is home to competitive fast-pitch softball leagues whose teams play throughout the summer.
Built to honor the 200th birthday of the nation, Portage Creek Bicentennial Park spans over 200 acres. Primary amenities at the park include a 3.5-mile multi-use trail, picnic tables, playground equipment, and areas for fishing from the shoreline.
The Air Zoo was originally founded as the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum. It currently holds more than 50 rare and historic aircraft in addition to full motion flight simulators and amusement-style rides.