- The list below includes 1109 free or cheap things to do in or near Cypress, California, including 133 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Playgrounds, Race Tracks and Music Venue.
- From Pinewood Park to Oak Knoll Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cypress and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Pasadena, Laguna Beach and Lakewood.
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Kendra Allyn Productions Orange County MoreLess Info
Kendra has been teaching private piano and voice lessons for 16 years, and holds a master’s degree in vocal performance
89% 9 votes
9650 Juanita Street, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
The small Pinewood Park offers common park facilities within the city. Visitors can enjoy children's playground equipment, three picnic tables with two barbeque grills, on-street parking, and a full basketball court.
80% 5 votes
9600 Graham Street, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
Illuminated baseball and softball fields in addition to an illuminated sand volleyball court are offered at Oak Knoll Park. There are also several playground structures, an extensive jogging trail, and three picnic shelters.
100% 4 votes
4475 Ball Road, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
The primary draw of Veterans Park is the extensive public skate park, which is the only one that is owned and operated by the city. The rest of the recreational area provides playground equipment, a sand volleyball court, and a half basketball court.
88% 8 votes
8611 Watson Street, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
With a substantial multi-purpose room and serving area, Arnold Cypress Park is a popular rental facility for private events. Other features of the park include softball fields, a roller hockey rink, playground equipment, and a full basketball court.
83% 6 votes
9300 Moody Street, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
A large grass field with a backstop is a major feature of Evergreen Park, making it ideal for pick-up soccer games. Other facilities include a children's playground, multi-use court, a picnic area, and one set of public restrooms.
100% 1 votes
6616 Cerritos Avenue, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
The smallest city park in Cypress is Baroldi Sycamore Park that holds only one and a half acres of land. The limited area only has a compact children's playground structure that rests on sand and an open play grassy space.
100% 1 votes
5131 Ball Road, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
Basic park amenities like a few children's playground structures and equipment over sand are offered at Darrell Essex Park. Visitors are also able to enjoy a grass volleyball court with a permanent net.
100% 1 votes
10201 Moody Street, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
Spread across two and a half acres, Cedar Glen Park has only limited park equipment. There is a compact children's play area with playground equipment and a full basketball court that is not illuminated.
33% 3 votes
11559 Panay Street, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
Hettinga Manzanita Park is situated in a quiet residential neighborhood. It is essentially a basic city park with a moderately sized playground structure, a multi-use court that can be used as a full size basketball court, and a picnic area with a single barbeque grill.
- 2 votes
4501 Orange Avenue, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
Within Willow Park guests can view a calm pond that is home to several ducks, but water activities like swimming, fishing, and feeding the ducks are not allowed. There is also a full basketball court, picnic area, a children's playground, and one set of public restrooms.