- The list below includes 39 free or cheap things to do in or near Marble Falls, Texas, including 69 different types of inexpensive activities like Lake, Movie Theaters, Music Venue and History Museums.
- From Lake Marble Falls to Lakeside Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Marble Falls and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Burnet, Johnson City, Dripping Springs and Cedar Park.
Located on a long peninsula on the shore of Canyon Lake, Crane's Mill Park features many water sport opportunities, including a ramp for boating along with two fishing piers. There are also 34 tent sites, 30 RV sites, restrooms, and wildlife viewing.
Whitewater Sports offers tubing and rafting trips on the Guadalupe River, with cloth-covered tubes, tubes for coolers, and complimentary life jackets. The company also provides shuttle service to and from the facility.
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Fort Hood, TX 76544 MoreLess Info
Visitors can watch a live, historical Civil War reenactment of a mounted cavalry at the 1st Cavalry Division Horse Cavalry Detachment Stables. Kids are encouraged to have their pictures taken on the horse mannequin on the grounds.
Part of the Regal Entertainment Group, the Hollywood Theatres in Killeen, Texas feature movies in IMAX and 3D formats as well as comfortable, reclining seats. Trailer previews for featured movies can be accessed online.
A 14-screen movie theater, Regal Killeen Stadium 14 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, self-service and mobile ticketing, a game room and a snack bar.
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9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd, Austin, TX 78617 MoreLess Info
At the Circuit of The Americas, guests will have the opportunity to watch a variety of car races during the year. Guests of this location can also tour the facilities tower, track, and winner's podium.
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2218 Headquarters Avenue, Fort Hood, TX 76544 MoreLess Info
The 1st Cavalry Division Museum is a museum detailing the lives of the earliest horse soldier regiments up until the formation of the 1st Cavalry Division in 1921. The museum is known for its 'Soldier of the 80's exhibit.