- The list below includes 294 free or cheap things to do in or near Aurora, Oregon, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Old Aurora Colony Museum to Fir Point Farms, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Aurora and in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Portland, Oregon City and Hillsboro.
Comprised of just over an acre, the Hathaway Park in Wilsonville, Oklahoma is a small neighborhood park. The neighborhood site features community amenities in the form of a pedestrian path, basketball court, picnic tables, and playground area.
Offering cosmic bowling and family-fun bowling activities, Wilsonville Lanes in Wilsonville, Oregon, features league play for all ages and abilities. Birthday packages are offered for kids, adults and children at the site.
Part of the Villebois neighborhood in Wilsonville, Oregon, Pallermo Park is approximately 2.8 acres. The neighborhood park features a basketball court with painted hopscotch board, large green area and a pedestrian path.
Just over 1.5 acres, Sofia Park in Wilsonville, Oregon is a small neighborhood park that is ADA accessible. Amenities at the park include two barbecue grills, an interactive water feature, covered picnic tables, playground, pedestrian walkway, trails and benches.
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28350 Sw Willow Creek Drive, Wilsonville, OR 97070 MoreLess Info
When two residential neighborhoods combined their open spaces areas together, Willow Creek/Landover Park was created. The 1.45 acre park features a playground, walking path and trails, basketball court, and picnic tables.
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31195 Southwest Ladd Road, Sherwood, OR 97140 MoreLess Info
Spend a day in the woods by visiting the educational and breathtakingly beautiful Magness Memorial Tree Farm. The farm features various natural areas that allow visitors to compare forest management techniques, a picnic shelter, hiking trails, fields and a rustic cabins for overnight youth campers.
Canyon Creek Park includes a 1.41-acre area of developed land and 6.87 acres of natural area where deer and other wildlife reside. There are trails, picnic shelters and tables, benches, a pedestrian path and restrooms.