- The list below includes 138 free or cheap things to do in or near Apex, North Carolina, including 63 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From Jordan Lake State Recreation Area to American Tobacco Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Apex and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill and Durham.
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80% 5 votes
413 S Brooks Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
A neighborhood bowling alley with a retro feel, Brooks Street Bowl features open bowling with a wide variety of specials and promotions. The alley hosts parties for kids and adults, and sells a range of food and beverages.
100% 1 votes
133 W Owen Avenue, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Holding Park spans 5 acres and offers a 50-meter swimming pool, a playground, basketball court, and picnic tables/charcoal grills. The Wake Forest Community House, with a capacity of 150-250, is available for rent.
94% 223 votes
6101 Cole Mill Rd., Durham, NC MoreLess Info
The expansive Eno River State Park in Durham, North Carolina is one of the most beautiful parks in the eastern United States. Day visits are free, but campers must purchase an inexpensive permit before entering the park. The picnic area and barbecue grills must be reserved in advance.
67% 3 votes
704 Dogwood Hill Lane, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
The Happy Trails Farm - Private Trail Rides features a variety of riding opportunities for riders of all ages. Guided trail rides, summer camps, lessons and parties and events are just some of the farm's offerings.
100% 4 votes
214 E Jones Avenue, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Featuring work from a variety of local artisans and 7 resident artists, the Sunflower Studio & Gallery is an art gallery that offers art lessons to the surrounding community. The gallery is home to pottery, prints, and acrylic paintings.
100% 2 votes
123 S White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
It's brick exterior and charming atmosphere make Gilded Palette Gallery a popular place to see. The gallery features prints, paintings, ceramic and wood works by local artists, and hosts special events in the evenings.
100% 3 votes
139 Rand Street, Sanford, NC 27332 MoreLess Info
With 24 lanes of bowling, Kendale Bowling Lanes is home to tournaments, leagues and events like moonlight bowling. It offers food and drinks, a pro shop, arcade games, billiard tables and a lounge with adult beverages.
75% 8 votes
1351 Douglas Drive, Sanford, NC 27330 MoreLess Info
Featuring full stadium seating and digital projection, Spring Lane Stadium 10 is a local movie theater showing the latest Hollywood released films to its guests. Other theater amenities include a game room, ticketing kiosk, and many concessions options.
- 0 votes
807 Tryon Street, Sanford, NC 27330 MoreLess Info
The Kiwanis Family Park has a large meadow with volley ball nets, walking trail, playground, uncovered picnic area, a gazebo, and covered shelter. The shelter features a charcoal grill, electricity and water, and ten picnic tables, seating up to 100 people.
100% 10 votes
701 Harris Road, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
E Carroll Joyner Park is a 117 acre park bordered by a 2,000 foot stone ribbon wall. Those visiting the park will find several restored farm buildings, a pecan grove, a log cabin, and a 1,000 lawn-seat amphitheater.