- The list below includes 294 free or cheap things to do in or near San Clemente, California, including 116 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Hiking Trails, Playgrounds and Skate Parks.
- From San Clemente Pier to San Clemente Coastal Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in San Clemente and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Laguna Beach, Irvine, Oceanside and Newport Beach.
Rocky Rafkin, PGA at San Clemente Municipal Golf Course 150 East Avenida Magdalena, San Clemente, CA MoreLess Info
4-week, semi-private golf training package that includes lessons from a seasoned PGA instructor and ocean views from all holes of the course
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28411 San Juan Creek Road, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 MoreLess Info
Ivy Gate Farm is a premium hunter/jumper boarding and training facility. They offer individually-tailored programs for clients and their horses whether their preference is riding for pleasure or competing in the show ring.
Founded in 1987, Westwind Sailing works in partnership with the Orange County Sailing & Event Center to teach safe and responsible boating and sailing techniques to the public. The group offers a variety of sailing classes.
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Santa Clara Ave, Violet Lantern to Amber Lantern St, Dana Point, CA 92629 MoreLess Info
A three mile trail, Bluff Top Trail Runs between Walk On Beach and Gualala Point Regional Park. Along this trail lies the remnants of the Dana Point Inn and sea cliffs and views for birding and whale-watching.
Built in the late 1800's the O'Neill Museum is a historic piece of San Juan Capistrano history. The house museum acts as the San Juan Capistrano Historical Society Headquarters and houses the towns prominent documents, maps, photos and more.
A cinema multiplex with a number of amenities, Regency Theatres in San Juan Capistrano is most notable for Rick's Cafe, a bar and restaurant on the premises. It shows first-run movies and offers specials and matinees.
San Juan Creek Trail is a multi-use hiking and biking trail open year round. The 6 mile trail offers both paved and more challenging dirt paths with hills and variable terrain, and runs past the town and alongside beachfront areas.
A surfing instructional camp, TheCaliCamp offers weeklong intensive surfing instruction sessions led by experienced and knowledgeable guides. The camp offers lodging for students, and provides and sells a variety of equipment and apparel.
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Dana Point Harbor, 34551 Puerto Place, Dana Point, CA 92629 MoreLess Info
Located along the Dana Point Harbor, the Baby Beach of Dana Point is a waveless beach designated for swimming. Visitors also commonly enjoy using paddle boards, kayaks, or having picnics at the beach.
The Ocean Institute features 61 immersion-style programs that offer guests the chance to learn about marine science and the environment. The location offers access to a gift shop for those who wish to purchase souvenirs.