- The list below includes 578 free or cheap things to do in or near Fremont, California, including 128 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks and Historic Sites.
- From Coyote Hills Regional Park to Lake Elizabeth, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fremont and in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Jose, Los Altos, Palo Alto and Cupertino.
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ITableTennis 42624 Albrae St, Fremont, CA MoreLess Info
Full service ping pong club with professional facilities and great coaches.
93% 278 votes
8000 Patterson Ranch Road, Fremont, CA 94555 MoreLess Info
At the Coyote Hills Regional Park, visitors can go picnicking, camping, hiking, and bicycling. The location's staff also offers naturalist programs that cover subjects like Native American history and birds and butterflies.
82% 296 votes
40000 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA 94538 MoreLess Info
Located within Central Park, Lake Elizabeth measures 83 acres and can be used for fishing and boating. The surrounding park area offers picnic sites, athletic fields, a water park, walking paths, children's playgrounds and a dog park.
88% 135 votes
Sailway Drive, Fremont, CA MoreLess Info
Central Park contains softball and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, four playground areas, a golf course, and a water park. The location also contains a dog park and picnic areas.
86% 195 votes
34600 Ardenwood Blvd, Fremont, CA 94555 MoreLess Info
As a historic Victorian farm, Ardenwood Historic Farm offers visitors a spacious area for walking among native plants. There are 99 species of birds on the farm, ranging from peacocks, to turkeys, to hummingbirds.
80% 102 votes
2100 Isherwood Way, Fremont, CA 94536 MoreLess Info
Quarry Lakes is a recreational park that supports activities including picnicking, boating, swimming, wildlife viewing, and fishing. The park also has hiking trails that can be used for running or walking.
92% 52 votes
2250 Isherwood Way, Fremont, CA 94536 MoreLess Info
Running alongside the banks of Alameda Creek, the Alameda Creek Regional Trail stretches 12 miles, from Niles Canyon to San Francisco Bay. The trail is suitable for running and biking, and motor vehicles are not allowed.
72% 138 votes
1740 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536 MoreLess Info
A 1.2-acre canine recreation facility, Central Park Dog Park features an artificial turf large dog field and a natural grass small dog field. The park provides benches, shaded areas, drinking water and a double-gated entrance.
88% 24 votes
Stevenson Blvd & Gallaudet, Fremont, CA 94536 MoreLess Info
Always Dream Play Park is a one acre play area for children. It features interactive water play equipment, a large sand area, swings and picnic tables, and surrounding fields that can be used for soccer and kite flying.
89% 1176 votes
Stanford Avenue, Fremont, CA MoreLess Info
The Mission Peak Regional Preserve is a suitable location for interpretive hiking, radio control flying, hand gliding, and paragliding activities. Visitors of this preserve can also go backpack camping with a reservation.
94% 90 votes
P.O. Box 2247, Niles Station, Fremont, CA MoreLess Info
The Niles Canyon Railway offers travelers the chance to enjoy a train or caboose charter ride through Niles Canyon. The rides offer scenic views for riders who are seeking photo opportunities.