- The list below includes 422 free or cheap things to do in or near Santa Clara, California, including 125 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Specialty Museums, Walking Trails and Bowling.
- From Santa Clara University to San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Santa Clara and in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Jose, Palo Alto, Los Altos and Cupertino.
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67% 3 votes
2830 5th Avenue, Marina, CA 93933 MoreLess Info
Marina Equestrian Center is a 5,000 acre public park and equestrian center. The center offers self-care boarding for horses, featuring two arenas, a round pen, wash rack, storage room, and 30 pastures.
- 0 votes
100 Campus Ctr, Seaside, CA 93955 MoreLess Info
Affiliated with the California State University at Monterey Bay, Csumb Outdoor Recreation leads a variety of outdoor sports excursions, including rock climbing, camping, backpacking, hiking, cycling, and an array of others.
85% 130 votes
Marina State Beach
Reservation Road, Marina, CA 93933 MoreLess Info
The Marina State Beach is located within the Marina Dunes Natural Preserves and is home to steady winds. The consistent winds make it popular for radio-controlled gliders, hang-gliding, and kites.
94% 31 votes
Giant Highway, Richmond, CA MoreLess Info
A 2,315 acre parkland, Point Pinole features scenic trails that take hikers and joggers through an array of landscape. The trails wind through meadows, along the bluffs and beaches of Richmond and through areas of eucalyptus woods.
83% 18 votes
Marina Dog Park
Schoonover Drive, Marina, CA 93933 MoreLess Info
Marina Dog Park is also called the Schoonover Dog Park. The fenced-in park allows dogs to freely run off their leashes, and there are two designated sections with one for small dogs and one open to dogs of any size.
83% 6 votes
Benicia Fire Museum
900 East Second Street, Benicia, CA 94510 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1981, the Benicia Fire Museum is a joint effort between the Benicia Volunteer Firemen Incorporated and the Benicia Fire Department. It houses fire engines from the 1800s, a replica hand pumper and hundreds of other fire-related items.
95% 20 votes
2060 Camel Road, Benicia, CA 94510 MoreLess Info
Visitors of the Benicia Historical Museum will be able to enjoy a variety of performances, including exhibits on beer brewing and concerts. The location's buildings were constructed with native California sandstone.
92% 13 votes
First Street between B and D Streets, Benicia, CA 94510 MoreLess Info
The Benicia Certified Farmers Market is open seasonally, from April to October, every Thursday afternoon. The market features several local vendors who sell locally grown produce as well as some prepared foods.
33% 3 votes
Phenix Dog Park
Benicia Community Park, 100 Community Drive, Benicia, CA 94510 MoreLess Info
Named for a retired police dog, The Phenix Community Dog Park is a fenced canine recreation facility consisting of grass and trees. The park offers drinking water, benches, a small dog area, dog waste bags and a double-gated entrance.
84% 49 votes
Benicia, CA MoreLess Info
The Benicia State Capital and Historical Park is the only surviving pre-Sacramento capitol building still in existent. The interior of the site features period furnishing and exhibits, including desks with 19th century newspapers.