- The list below includes 105 free or cheap things to do in or near Riverview, Florida, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Dog Park, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Sports Teams (Amateur).
- From Retreat At Crosstown to Balm-Boyette Scrub & Triple Creek Nature Preserves, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Riverview and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, St. Petersburg, Ruskin and Pinellas Park.
Named after George M. Steinbrenner, Steinbrenner Field is a baseball stadium that opened in 1996 and is the full-time home of the Tampa Yankees. The stadium, which also hosts other events such as concerts, seats over 11,000 people and has 13 luxury suites that hold up to 20 people each.
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At Fishing Charters with Captain Matt Santiago, visitors can get picked up from their resort by boat and taken on a fishing tour of Tampa Bay. Among the fish that can be caught are redfish, trout, flounder, snapper, and more.
Specializing in tarpon fishing, Tampa Fishing Charter takes visitors to the bridges in the area for light tackle fishing. It also offers inshore and offshore fishing excursions where visitors can catch redfish, trout, and marlin.
At Yuengling Brewery, visitors can go on a one hour tour of the facility with narration provided from a staff member. Complimentary samples of the beer produced at the facility are offered at the end of the tour.
With half and full day trips available, Redfish Landing Guide Service offers fly fishing and light tackles trips to the Florida Everglades region. It also has a fly casting class for anglers new to fly fishing.
Covering 240 acres and opened since 1982, the Lettuce Lake Park stretches through several ecosystems – such as wetland, forests, and plains – and has a visitor's center, camping sites, picnic areas, trails, and playgrounds.
With beautiful landscaping, numerous trees and a pond, Burchwood Park is a calm retreat. Lawn areas, a playground and picnic pavilion provide relaxing spaces for recreation while ducks and geese provide viewing entertainment.