- The list below includes 177 free or cheap things to do in or near Plymouth, Minnesota, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Trampoline Parks, Gardens, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Parks.
- From Millennium Garden to French Regional Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Plymouth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Paul, Minneapolis, Burnsville and Shakopee.
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265 Mound View Drive, River Falls, WI 54022 MoreLess Info
Dedicated solely to the sports of baseball and softball, the Field of Dreams Indoor Sports & Batting Cages, LLC is a year-round practice facility. Batting cages, private lessons, and skills camps are among the services provided at the facility.
Crossing through rugged terrain, scenic overviews and water features, Bass Lake Trail provides something for all outdoor enthusiasts. Activities include hiking, camping, fishing, watching wildlife or just picking blueberries along the way.
Cannon Valley Trail is a paved trail with a scenic view that runs from Cannon Falls to Red Wing. It is ideal for hiking, biking, and rollerblading. It is mostly level and fairly shaded. There are a lot of rest stops and benches along the way.
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206 West Mill Street, Cannon Falls, MN 55009 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1980, Cannon Falls Area Historical Museum is in the city's old 'Firemen's Hall', a building constructed in 1888. The museum offers glimpse of Cannon Falls's rich history, from its founding by the Freeborns in 1854 up to the present day.
Ferndale Market is a farmer's market that provides a variety of locally grown produce, meat and dairy. The market is partnered with almost 100 local independent farmers and food producers and hosts a variety of special events.
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307 Milltown Rd, PO Box 235, Taylors Falls, MN 55084 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy kayaking and canoeing on the St. Croix River with Taylors Falls Canoe & Kayak Rental. They offers trips that range from two to seven hours and visitors can view a variety of wildlife like beaver and otters.
At Interstate State Park, people can canoe the flat water, kayak through the rapids, or relax on excursion boats. The park highlights are the scenic river views, rock climbing, canoeing, fishing, viewing the glacial potholes, and camping but the park's campground is closed until April 1, 2014.