- The list below includes 43 free or cheap things to do in or near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, including 38 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Farms & Ranches, Rafting and Off Road & ATV.
- From Coeur d'Alene Lake to Tubbs Hill Nature Trails, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Coeur d'Alene and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hayden, Post Falls, Coeur D Alene and Plummer.
Hayden Discount Cinema hosts second-run movie screenings at a low price of $3 per ticket. Visitors can also purchase traditional movie theatre goodies, including popcorn, and the movies are presented in digital format.
Hayden City Park offers visitors access to a baseball field, a basketball court, a band stand, and playground equipment. The location, which also features dedications and memorials, offers Wednesday Night Concerts during the months of July and August.
There are several attractions which might worth the while for the entire family at the Triple Play Family Fun Park, such as the bowling alley, the arcades, the go-karts, and the bumper boats. Special events can be organized in here, such as birthday parties.
Triple Play is a family recreation center offering a variety of paid attractions. Popular with locals for laser tag and go karts, visitors can also enjoy bowling, mini-golf, and grab a bite at the adjacent snackbar and grill.
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10375 N Sensor Avenue, Hayden, ID 83835 MoreLess Info
Pappy Boyington Field, Coeur d'Alene Airport is a county-owned public-use airport. It was known as Coeur d'Alene Air Terminal until it was renamed Coeur d'Alene Airport / Pappy Boyington Field to honor World War II hero Col. Gregory Pappy Boyington.
Bridle Path Quarter Horses, Inc is a horse facility that offers full care horse boarding, group and private riding lessons, and guided horse-riding trails. The trail rides last between 1 and 1 ½ hours.
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405 N William Street, Post Falls, ID 83854 MoreLess Info
Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center is a venue for a host of occasions including artistic and cultural events, musical and theater performances, movies, conferences and education outreach. They also feature local artists, photography, Native American artifacts, paintings and multi-media art.