- The list below includes 522 free or cheap things to do in or near Glen Cove, New York, including 121 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Parks, Movie Theaters and Marinas.
- From Morgan Park to Morgan Memorial Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Glen Cove and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Queens, Bronx and Brooklyn.
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Stotzky Memorial Park, Columbus Avenue & Pulaski Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 MoreLess Info
The Riverhead Skate Park is a skateboarding facility that can also be used for BMX biking, inline skating, and scootering. The facility is open on Saturday and Sunday and gives discounted tickets to local residents.
Visitors who are up for a 3-mile roundtrip hike, bike ride, or jog, can visit the Hamilton Fish Bridge in Newburgh. Originally opened in 1963, this cantilever bridge traverses the Hudson River, providing scenic views while crossing.
Jumping Jungle is a 10,000 square foot climate-controlled indoor inflatable recreation center where kids of all ages can climb, slide, bounce and have fun. They offer 8 unique inflatables, laser tag, kid-friendly arcade games and a hurricane simulator.
Located on just over 26 acres of land, Welsh Park is a popular local park featuring a number of amenities for guests to enjoy. Baseball fields, basketball courts, hiking trails, and a picnic area are among these amenities.
Gallery Billiards & Bar opened their doors in 1990 and offers billiard leagues, tournaments and daily specials. Patrons can come to play billiards, take lessons or enjoy the full bar that provides beer on tap.
A children's entertainment center, Safari Adventure has a four level playground and an interactive trading post where prizes can be redeemed. It includes over 30 arcade games, bounce houses, climbing nets and skill games.
A building with meaning and history, the Class of 1914 Boathouse at Rutgers University was a development ever since the founding of the Rutgers Boating Association in 1867. The boathouse, built in 1950 and expanded in 1961, holds up to 20 boats.