- The list below includes 164 free or cheap things to do in or near Davis, California, including 95 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, Science Museums and Gardens.
- From The Davis Arboretum to Davis Greenbelt, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Davis and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sacramento, Carmichael, Vacaville and Elk Grove.
Hikers and bicycle riders have access to many excellent and challenging trails within Annadel State Park. Entry is free. The park does not allow camping or off-trail cycling. Horses are only permitted on certain trails.
The longest owned Apple Hill farm is Larsen's Apples that features more than the farm. There are over 20 varieties of apples in addition to grapes, pears, juices, and even dried fruits available in addition to a bakery, museum, and family park.
Located in a structure that was originally built in 1852, the Placerville Historical Museum is owned and operated by the El Dorado County Historical Society. The collection is focused on the history of the Fountain and Tallman Soda Works building where it is housed.
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Lafayette Art Gallery is a fine art gallery showcasing artwork by both emerging and established artists. The gallery exhibits and sells artwork from a variety of artistic disciplines, such as jewelry, sculpture, oil, acrylic, mixed media, clay, metal, and glass.
Spring Lake Park is a 320 acre park featuring a 3 acre lagoon and 72 acre lake. The lagoon is suitable for swimming and the lake for boating and fishing. The park also maintains several picnic areas and a campground.
The beautiful Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park is home to one of the largest historical adobe structures in California. Formerly a working ranch funded by the Mexican government, today the park is a popular destination for tourists and local history buffs.