- The list below includes 1238 free or cheap things to do in or near La Mirada, California, including 134 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Magic Shows, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From La Mirada Creek Park to La Mirada Regional Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in La Mirada and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Pasadena, Cerritos and Long Beach.
Donated to the city in 1929, Caroline Park is named for the sister of park benefactor Olivia Stokes. It features a trail that takes visitors along native trees and shrubs that are home to birds, mammals and other animals.
The Rancho Tapo Community Park is a neighborhood park that includes an amphitheater, basketball courts, electrical outlets, and restrooms. The park also includes a .5-mile walking trail that can also be used for biking.
An entertainment center, Sky High Sports Valencia features trampoline activities that include dodgeball, foam pit jumping and aerobics. The center also offers a parent lounge, massage chairs, party hosting, televisions and a snack bar.
Located along the northern end of town, the substantially sized Eller Park offers many family-friendly activities and recreation opportunities like a large playground, walking paths, and an illuminated baseball diamond. Facilities also include a parking lot and restrooms.
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39400 Clinton Keith Road, Murrieta, CA MoreLess Info
At Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve, visitors can go walking, hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The location offers interpretive trail walks, outreach programs, interpretive programs, and views of historic adobe buildings.
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1457 E Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, CA 93065 MoreLess Info
Simi Valley 10 Cinemas is a discount movie theater that plays both recent and older films. Their lobby has self-serve coca cola machines with dozens of possible drink choices and custom popcorn flavorings.
Copper Canyon Park spans nearly nine acres of outdoor recreation that can be accessed by the public. Along with open grass play areas, the park features picnic tables, a combination bike path and walking trail, unlit softball field, and playground equipment.
Founded in 2007, the Motte Historical Museum focuses on showing how the surrounding valley area has grown and changed over the years. It features a 1985 barn made of salvages materials and a classic car collection.