- The list below includes 153 free or cheap things to do in or near Burleson, Texas, including 102 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Mini Golf, Recreation Centers and Race Tracks.
- From Buffalo Nickels Arcade & Mini Golf to Premiere Burleson, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Burleson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fort Worth, Arlington, Grand Prairie and North Richland Hills.
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Off Duty Armory 2865 SW Wilshire, Burleson, Burleson, TX MoreLess Info
Climate-controlled seven-lane indoor pistol range outfitted with HEPA filtration and auto-retrieve target system
95% 20 votes
950 SE Green Oaks Blvd, Arlington, TX 76018 MoreLess Info
A spacious place where dogs can freely roam, Tails and Trails has designated spaces for both small and large dogs. For added convenience, the park is equipped with doggie water fountains and park benches for the comfort of pet owners.
57% 14 votes
3149 S. Cooper Street, Arlington, TX 76015 MoreLess Info
Featuring 40 lanes available for play, AMF Spare Time Lanes is a bowling alley that provides visitors with a memorable and entertaining bowling experience. Amenities at the alley include an on-site pro shop as well as a lounge area.
50% 2 votes
Britton Park, Mansfield, TX 76063 MoreLess Info
Britton Park is a recreational fishing park that features parking, a restroom, bank fishing, and a 2-lane boat ramp. The park has a fishing path that runs along the lake.
32% 208 votes
225 Merchants Row, Arlington, TX MoreLess Info
Visit Studio Movie Grill for your next date night or to have a real dinner and a movie experience. Guests enjoy first run movies in comfortable seating areas while enjoying a freshly prepared American-style dinner.
83% 41 votes
I-20 at Matlock Road & Center Street, Arlington, TX MoreLess Info
The Arlington Highlands is an outdoor mall that that offers guests access to both large chain stories and local shops. Visitors of this site, which also includes a movie theatre and a comedy club, can dine at The Melting Pot.
95% 44 votes
NE 7th Street, Fort Worth, TX MoreLess Info
Primarily used for baseball, LaGrave Field serves as the home ballpark for the independent minor league team of the Fort Worth Cats. The field was also recently chosen to host games for a National Premier Soccer League team.
86% 28 votes
Grand Prairie, TX MoreLess Info
Located at the northwestern end of Joe Pool Lake, Loyd Park offers swimming, picnicking, barbequing, and hiking trails. The park also has a small playground, as well as pavilions that can seat up to 80 people.
50% 8 votes
3401 Ragland Road, Arlington, TX 76001 MoreLess Info
Joe Pool Lake Recreation Area Lynn Creek Park has sandy beaches and is great for walking, swimming, or just relaxing. The park has picnic pavilions, a playground, and cabins for rent.
2500 S Hwy 67, Cleburne, TX MoreLess Info
The Chisholm Trail Museum gives visitors the opportunity to experience an old Texas town. The site is home to the oldest log courthouse in the state, as well as a stage station/saloon, jail doors from the town's original jail, a gunsmith shop, and a blacksmith.
89% 2975 votes
131 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76106 MoreLess Info
The Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District grew out of the dominant cattle ranching industry in the late 19th century. Visitors to this district can find a series of restaurants, shops, and live entertainment that all stay true to the heritage of the Old West.