- The list below includes 184 free or cheap things to do in or near Vista, California, including 113 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Horseback Riding, Bowling and Trampoline Parks.
- From South Buena Vista Park to Brengle Terrace Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Vista and in nearby cities within 25 miles like La Jolla, Poway, Oceanside and Carlsbad.
Forte Academy of the Arts 615 Sycamore Avenue, Vista, CA MoreLess Info
Team of experienced and professional music instructors offers individually tailored music lessons for all ages and levels
At 85 acres, Brengle Terrace Park has the space for many activities including courts for tennis, basketball and volleyball, baseball fields, and areas for bocce ball, horseshoes and disc golf. The playground is also quite large.
Vista Sports Park features a variety of well-maintained, state of the art sports fields, including football fields, soccer fields, and little league baseball fields. The park also has a walking track that circles it.
Alta Vista Gardens is a botanical garden featuring several rare plant species. The idea behind Alta Vista Gardens is to combine art with the natural beauty of the garden, with artwork by local artists integrated throughout.
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2040 North Santa Fe Road, Vista, CA 92084 MoreLess Info
A glimpse into the mechanical past, the Antique Gas & Steam Museum in Vista, California provides over 50 acres of engine related exhibits. Visitors can view these working engines while learning there applications to history.
A family owned brewery in the heart of Vista California, the Iron Fist Brewing Company provides a variety of beers for tasting, both year round and seasonal. Beer enthusiasts can enjoy a public tasting or reserve space for their own event.