- The list below includes 175 free or cheap things to do in or near Rockwall, Texas, including 90 different types of inexpensive activities like Trampoline Parks, Shopping Districts, Playgrounds and Movie Theaters.
- From Smith Park to Rockwall Dog Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Rockwall and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dallas, Plano, Richardson and Garland.
Whether guests want to enroll in figure skating lessons, catch a hockey game, watch a figure skating performance, see a show on ice, or attend or host an event, the Dr. Pepper StarCenter can accommodate their needs.
To some, this is soccer heaven, the Frisco Soccer Complex features 17 tournament caliber fields and soccer training facility. The fields are utilized by Youth, Adult, and Recreational leagues, as well as training academies and corporate events.
Fitness and health nights, upgraded meeting room facilities, locker and restroom areas, and a fitness center are just some things provided by the Crosby Recreation Center. Fitness conditioning camp, karate, soccer classes, boxing, yoga, and fitness training are offered.
Opened in 2013, Hope Park is a large, fenced children's playground facility with areas for both toddlers and older children. The park includes slides, swings, various play structures, a nearby splash pad and sheltered picnic areas.
Frisco Commons Park is a 63 acre park featuring a large performing amphitheater. Visitors will also find a grand pavilion, a stocked pond, a nature garden, a playground (the largest in Frisco,) a spray pad, and a walking trail.
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Historical artifacts surrounding Hunt County in Texas forms the basis of the collection at the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum. Yet, specific displays about the local military hero Audie Murphy and the impact of the cotton industry tend to be the biggest draw.
With a high focus on local history, the Frisco Heritage Museum offers information on how Frisco evolved from a simple railroad town to its current bustling setting. Children are encouraged to explore the activity center to discover more about the Pioneer lifestyle.