- The list below includes 183 free or cheap things to do in or near Medina, Ohio, including 87 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, Bowling, Children's Play Area and Mini Golf.
- From Reagan Park to Sandbaggers Golf & Game Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Medina and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lakewood, Akron, Peninsula and Cuyahoga Falls.
Lake Metroparks Veteran Park is the home of a large inland pond and is a remnant of original Ohio swamp forest. The 100 acre park features piers for fishing, a trail through the wetlands, and a wildlife viewing area.
The Sandusky Speedway offers visitors the change to watch motor races, rent the racetracks, and access the pit area. The location's heated bar also provides a football viewing experience with a big screen television.
100% 2 votes
614 West Perkins Avenue, Sandusky, OH 44870 MoreLess Info
The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience- Sandusky Speedway is a .5-mile oval racetrack that is made out of asphalt. The track has grandstands that seat up to 3,500 people at one time.
Enjoy 230-acres of tranquility when you visit Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve and its miles of waterfront beach, hiking trails, and wooded areas. The preserve is a great place to see the native wildlife and many varieties of birds.
The Sandusky Maritime Museum offers a learning experience for guests who are interested in knowing more about the history of the Sandusky Bay. The location not only has numerous exhibits on display, but also sells souvenirs at the gift shop.
100% 1 votes
6000 Heisley Road, Mentor, OH 44060 MoreLess Info
An indoor sport and exercise facility, the Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club offers a variety of amenities for visitors. The facility spans 130000 square feet, and offers an array of exercise classes.
Styled in Greek Revival architecture, Follett House Museum presents historical artifacts of Sandusky and of Erie County. The museum displays letters, drawings, diaries and books and has a collection of textiles along with a rooftop view of the area.
Opening in 1990 to celebrate the carousels of days of old, the Merry Go Round Museum showcases all dedicated to the art and creation of carousels. From the history to the tools to artifacts, the museum collects from around the world to bring the best collection to visitors. A 1939 merry go round is available fo…