- 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.
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Tour Met at Riverfront Park Downtown Spokane, Spokane, WA MoreLess Info
The walking tour of Spokane will introduce you to the sites and history of Spokane while tantalizing your taste buds with unique cuisines from local restaurant favorites. For a more adult experience there is the wine tour.
Opened in 1945, the Garland Theater shows both classical and modern movies while offering them in a nostalgic, family friendly environment. Bottomless popcorn is regularly offered as well as venue renting for events and parties.
85% 106 votes
2316 W. First Ave, Spokane, WA 99201 MoreLess Info
Originally incorporated in 1916, the Northwest Museum of Art & Culture, showcases the region's history, art, and native American culture. Affiliated with the Smithsonian since 2001, visitors can explore works from their permanent collection of 68,000 pieces and a variety of traveling exhibits.
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Laclede, ID MoreLess Info
A tributary to the Columbia River, the Pend Oreille River runs for 130 miles and is fed by waters covering 25,792 square miles. There are 5 hydroelectric dams on this river.
With plenty of picnic options, Washington's largest state park boasts two rivers, camp grounds, equestrian facilities, miles of hiking trails, off road terrain for motorcycles and ATV excursions, historical sites and boat or paddling river access.
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325 Bird Ranch Road, Sagle, ID 83860 MoreLess Info
Besides the 20 aircrafts exhibited at the Bird Aviation Museum & Invention Center, in here is also found a National Inventors Hall of Fame. The museum covers 16,000 square feet and can be rented.
With Silver Streak Zipline Tours visitors can look forward to ziplining over deep forest canyons at high speeds. They have two different courses, with the West being a shorter hike and the East involving a longer walk up the mountains.
The Wallace Mining Museum is dedicated to the mining industry in the state, from the gold rush until present days. Maps, photos, and artifacts pertaining to this domain are included in the permanent collection. On the site there are also a gift shop and a visitor's center.