- The list below includes 87 free or cheap things to do in or near Keizer, Oregon, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Music Venue, Arts & Crafts Classes and History Museums.
- From Willark County Park to Keizer Rapids Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Keizer and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Salem, Canby, Albany and Wilsonville.
Four basketball hoops, a youth-sized baseball diamond, and tennis court make Bob Newton Park popular for sport-based recreation. The site which is spread over nearly six acres also has playground equipment and picnic tables.
Young At Art provides a wide variety of activities for children. They offer painting on canvas and a race car, a play dough station, drawing area, pre-planned crafts, beads, fabrics, sensory tubs, regular craft supplies and a sand table,
Activities like pool and bowling (glow in the dark on select days) are what to enjoy at Town and Country Bowling Lanes. Food and drink with a full service restaurant can accommodate as well as space for groups and large parties.
The Keizer Heritage Foundation is a non-profit organization that has the goal of maintaining the building and grounds as a source of pride for Keizer citizens. The foundation hosts weddings, parties, and meetings.
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1865 Bill Frey Dr NE, Salem, OR 97301 MoreLess Info
At Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, visitors can take advantage of amenities like a rock climbing wall, indoor pool, and fitness center. The aquatics facility features a three story, lighthouse themed water slide with a zero entry water playground.
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116 Marion St Northeast, Salem, OR 97301 MoreLess Info
Three historic homes have been turned into a children's museum at the A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village. At Rockenfield House, children pretend to go to the grocery store, travel to China, and read storybooks, at the Gilbert House children interact with science, and at the Parrish House children learn about Gilb…
The Gilbert House Children's Museum is composed of three historic Victorian buildings that host hands-on, interactive exhibits for children, most notably, a 52 feet high erector set tower. The museum also offers summer camps, party packages, and outreach programs.