- The list below includes 56 free or cheap things to do in or near Prince Frederick, Maryland, including 97 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Mini Golf, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- From Flag Ponds Nature Park to Edward T Hall Aquatic Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Prince Frederick and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chesapeake Beach, Solomons, Waldorf and Clinton.
Maintained by the Fairfax County Parks Department, Poplar Tree Park is a public recreational complex filled with numerous sports fields available for use. Four baseball/softball fields, two soccer fields, and restroom facilities are among the amenities at the park.
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268 Kings Hwy, Fredericksburg, VA 22405 MoreLess Info
Visitors get to step back in time when visiting George Washington's Ferry Farm. The farm, and Washington's childhood home, takes guests on a tour through Civil War artifacts, 18th century plant life and the farms sprawling grounds that cover over 80 acres.
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10 N Dundalk Avenue, Dundalk, MD 21222 MoreLess Info
Dundalk's Pinland Bowling Lanes is an 18-lane duckpin bowling alley that regularly hosts special events. Having been in business for over sixty years, the bowling alley is a treasured piece of the city's sports history.
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43 Shipping Pl, Dundalk, MD 21222 MoreLess Info
Preserving the region's history, Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society and Museum is a volunteer led museum featuring a collection of local artifacts. Once a year, the society celebrates Defender's Day in honor of the Revolutionary War's Battle of North Point.
The Dundalk Heritage Park is used almost exclusively for the Dundalk Heritage Fair that is held at the beginning of July. Activities at the fair include the longest parade in the state, a fireworks show, and a three day festival.
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4515 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 MoreLess Info
Rocky Run Stream Valley Trail is 3.4 miles of various surfaces including asphalt and stonedust. The trail crosses over a stream and traversing it may require the use of bridges, fairweather crossings and paved swales.
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120 Chatham Lane, Fredericksburg, VA MoreLess Info
The battle climax of the Civil War took place in the regions covered by the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park. Visitors can learn about the war and the specific battles of the area through the park's museum and by walking across the battlefields themselves.
The spacious Georgia mansion and grounds, Chatham Manor, is a slice of Virginia history. The manor was home to many important and famous people throughout history and rooms are dedicated to preserving their memory.