- The list below includes 228 free or cheap things to do in or near St. Petersburg, Florida, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Museum, History Museums and Music Venue.
- From Fort De Soto Park to Vinoy Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in St. Petersburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, Largo, Clearwater and Bradenton.
100% 14 votes
215 Driftwood Drive North, Pinellas Park, FL MoreLess Info
Specializing in both inshore and offshore fishing, Captain John O'Hanlon Fishing Expeditions takes visitors through the major waterways in the region for a full day fishing adventure. On these trips, visitors can catch redfish, sea trout, mackerel, and more.
Covering 240 acres and opened since 1982, the Lettuce Lake Park stretches through several ecosystems – such as wetland, forests, and plains – and has a visitor's center, camping sites, picnic areas, trails, and playgrounds.
67% 3 votes
1441 Wegman Drive, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 MoreLess Info
A family oriented paintball complex that emphasizes safety as well as fun, Jungle Games Paintball features a wide array of in-game props and obstacles. The course welcomes weekend players as well as parties.
In 2011, O'Brien Family Farms was opened up to the public as both a retail market and an educational center dedicated to educating visitors on the benefits of locally grown fruits and vegetables. Schedule a tour to witness the modern methods being used to produce their crops.
Discovery Playground is a large playground built out of wood-like composite lumber. The playground is castle themed and features many common playground attractions, such as tunnels, handlebars, a tire swing, and slides.
83% 18 votes
160 East Tarpon Avenue, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 MoreLess Info
Run by the Tarpon Springs Area Historical Society, Depot Museum features local artifacts on display in a retired train station. The museum has a gift shop where visitors can purchase books about the region's history and culture.
Extending more than 3 miles along the shore front, Lake Manatee State Park, also includes marshlands and forested areas for visitors to enjoy. Activities include hiking, fishing, kayaking, and swimming while picnic areas are also available.