- The list below includes 153 free or cheap things to do in or near Hemet, California, including 107 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, Children's Museums and Hiking Trails.
- From Diamond Valley Lake to Simpson Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hemet and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Moreno Valley, Perris, Yucaipa and Lake Elsinore.
Humber Park is the starting point that branches off to several moderate to difficult hiking trails, the 'Devil's Slide' being the most popular. It is strongly advised to get a pass at the ranger station prior to hiking.
The Los Alamos Hills Sports Park provides large areas and fields for visitors to view and play sports in. Facilities at the site include football fields, soccer fields, baseball fields, and a playground.
To keep children with allergies comfortable, the Vista Lomas Park has implemented fake grass beneath the children's playground area. Guests can also access an on-site basketball court which is available for general play.
Children are the primary focus of the Bethune Park which offers an extensive children's playground. During the summer, there is also a water feature that transforms into a miniature water park for young children.
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34360 Canyon Hills Road, Lake Elsinore, CA 92532 MoreLess Info
The 18 acre Canyon Hills Community Park offers a water spray/splash pad, 2 playground structures, a dog park, and a concession building. Baseball, soccer, and football fields are also available, along with a lighted basketball court.
An entertainment center, Aerosports Trampoline Parks offers trampoline-related activities including dodgeball, basketball, foam pits, open jumping and fitness classes. The center also provides party rooms, arcade games, a bounce house and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Created to promote comedic artists, Aces Comedy Club features a regular open mic night. Well known and famous comedians have performed here, and other events such as karaoke night and musical performances are also held at this venue.
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Corner of Murrieta Hot Springs Rd & Whitewood Road, Murrieta, CA 92562 MoreLess Info
Firefighters Park offers a variety of recreational activities including two half basketball courts that are slanted. There is a sand volleyball court, an open field that is often used for pee-wee football and freeze-tag along with a mini-water park.
Specializing in genealogical records, National Archives at Riverside hosts a library full of public documents for Southwest region of the United States. The library contains records from the 1850s from early settlers, World War II, and Native Americans.