- 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.
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18100 Royalton Road, Strongsville, OH 44136 MoreLess Info
At Ehrnfelt Recreation Center, visitors can take advantage of a wide range of amenities, including a whirlpool, sauna, weight room, and game area. Its aquatics facility hosts open swim sessions in its lap pool.
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16200 Valley Parkway, Strongsville, OH 44136 MoreLess Info
Featuring a 700-foot ice chute, the Chalet-Toboggan Chutes- Cleveland Metroparks is a location very popular during the snowy winter months. Visitors enjoy sledding and tobogganing down the chutes, reaching speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.
Featuring over 26 miles of trails, the Cleveland Metroparks is a park system that offers a number of amenities to its local visitors. Guests commonly enjoy hiking or biking through the trails, having picnics, and playing sports.
Royalton Fieldhouse is a year-round sports facility with a field area that can be converted for indoor soccer, flag football, lacrosse, and even baseball and softball practices. The facility also hosts leagues throughout the year on its large, astro-turf surface.
The cemtral attraction at Mr Divot's Miniature Golf is an 18-hole putt putt course which offers simple hole layouts that can suit the whole family. The facility also has batting cages and an ice cream shop on site.
Producing small batches of beer, The Brew Kettle offers visitors the opportunity to brew their own beer with 70 recipes to choose from. Its taproom offers a variety of beers to sample, from Belgian Red to Irish Stout.
Located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Beaver Marsh is a prime spot for visitors to watch wetland wild life. The marsh lies just off the trail head, and offers views of many different kinds of birds and land animals.
The sole covered bridge remaining in Summit County, the Everett Covered Bridge was originally constructed in the 19th century before being destroyed by a flood in 1913, and again by a storm in 1975. The current bridge is a replica.