- The list below includes 389 free or cheap things to do in or near Riverside, California, including 126 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Parks, Other Entertainment and History Museums.
- From Mount Rubidoux Park to California Citrus State Historic Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Riverside and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chino, Fontana, Claremont and San Bernardino.
Featuring five racing tracks on its property, Milestone Ranch MX Park provides visitors with tracks ranging from beginner to advanced levels. The park hosts a variety of amateur and professional motocross racing events that are open to the public.
Established in 1948, Rubidoux Drive-In Theatre shows the latest movie releases in one of the few remaining drive-in theaters in the United States. The outdoor theater has Art Deco architecture and can handle 600 cars at a time.
57% 60 votes
3535 Riverside Plz Drive, Riverside, CA 92506 MoreLess Info
Featuring Regal Entertainment's RealD 3D technology, Regal Cinemas Riverside Stadium 16 shows the latest movies in stadium seating auditoriums. Visitors can avoid the ticket booth lines by purchasing their tickets at the touch screen kiosks at the theater.
40% 53 votes
4031 Flat Rock Drive, Riverside, CA 92505 MoreLess Info
An entertainment center, Sky Zone Trampoline Park - Riverside features trampoline activities that include dodgeball, slam dunk basketball and open jumping. The center also offers a foam pit, summer days camps, toddler jumping sessions and a snack bar.
Mission Grove Theater is a movie theater multiplex that shows primarily first run Hollywood movies in all digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinee tickets as well as a variety of other promotions.
AMF Riverside Lanes offers traditional bowling on 40 lanes and features a separate meeting room. Patrons can watch their favorite sports on AMFâ€™s flat-screen TV or play a game of pool or arcade-style games.
94% 17 votes
9699 Box Springs Mountain Road, Moreno Valley, CA 92557 MoreLess Info
Box Springs Mountain is a 1,100 acres reserve featuring over 15 miles of hiking trails. These trails are open to equestrian riders, bikers, and hikers. The trails many interest those looking for scenic mountain views.
Fiesta Park is a small community owned and managed park situated in a residential area. The park features a playground with up-to-date equipment, as well as providing visitors with park benches and public restroom facilities.
100% 2 votes
11660 Sierra Avenue, Fontana, CA 92337 MoreLess Info
Martin Tudor Jurupa Hills Regional Park features a challenging incline trail that can offer a nearly hour-long hike. It also has fields, picnic shelters and tables, a playground, restrooms, and volleyball areas.