- The list below includes 8 free or cheap things to do in or near Cranbrook, British Columbia, including 18 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Mini Golf, Specialty Museums and Horseback Riding.
- From Got-Adventure to Elizabeth Lake Lodge Mini Golf, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cranbrook and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kimberley.
Adventure enthusiasts enjoy guided tours with Got-Adventure. Visitors experience the non-motorized access points by horse, skis and hiking while viewing the sights on trail rides, pack trips, fly fishing, photo shoots, and hunting trips.
100% 38 votes
590 Van Horne Street, Cranbrook, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Elizabeth Lake Lodge Mini Golf offers fun for the whole family. Visitors play the creative and challenging 18-hole mini-golf course while interacting with the friendly staff, eating Hawaiian Shaved Ice and lodging next door.
96% 23 votes
Saint Marys Lake Road, Kimberley, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The Kimberley Nature Park is an 800 hectare location that offers guests the opportunity to go hiking and bicycling. The location, which has a diverse ecosystem, also hosts festivals, geology trips, and organized photography hikes.
91% 11 votes
105 Spokane Street, Kimberley, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The Kimberley Public Library & Heritage Museum features 9,265 different artifacts, 9,650 photographs, maps, and published books. The main gallery features items related to the history of mining, sports, and technology in the area.
96% 109 votes
#111 Gerry Sorenson Way | P.O. Box 94, Kimberley, British Columbia MoreLess Info
At Kimberley's Underground Mining Railway, guests can go on a Mining Tour and travel through the Mark Creek Valley. Guests will learn about the history of Kimberley and the Sullivan Mine as well as have the opportunity to access to Orpheum Theatre and North Star Schoolhouse.
100% 13 votes
Kerr Road, Elko, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The grassland and pine forests of the Kikomun Creek Provincial Park are ideal for hiking and hunting. The park allows boating, swimming and fishing along its waterfront. There are campgrounds and cabins for overnight visits.
Since opening in 1986, Fernie Wilderness Day Adventures has been giving visitors exciting trips they will remember. Fly and ice fishing in the local rivers are popular attractions. The business also hosts wilderness safari-style tours, with moose and bears frequently being spotted along the rivers.