- The list below includes 463 free or cheap things to do in or near Sunnyvale, California, including 125 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Playgrounds, Children's Play Area and Comedy Clubs.
- From Ortega Park to Seven Seas Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Sunnyvale and in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Jose, Palo Alto, Los Altos and Cupertino.
Seven Seas Park offers entertainment for both kids and dogs. The park combines a fenced in off leash dog park with a kids' play area complete with pirate-themed play structures, sports fields and courts, and a spray pool.
Encinal Park features a variety of amenities. For those interested in sports, the park offers basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts, as well as a baseball diamond. For more passive visitors, the park has picnic tables and a barbecue grill.
Situated on 11.5 acres, Serra Park features a small creek, four picnic sites, a children's playground, skating rink and water play area. The park has open grass fields for recreational activities and provides access to adjacent sports fields.
Lakewood Park is a local neighborhood park that provides a safe and serene environment for its visitors to enjoy. The park contains numerous walking trails, playgrounds, a skate park, lighted tennis and basketball courts, and a picnic area.
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Featuring 105 acres of wetlands, City of Sunnyvale's Baylands Park has over 70 developed acres with grass meadows, an amphitheater and picnic sites with water, grills and tables. It offers a discovery playground with fossil dig area and walking trails.
Ponderosa Park is a 9-acre community park with a western theme and multiple features including basketball courts, a children's play area, horseshoe pits, a multi-use field, restrooms, and tennis and volleyball courts. Building and picnic site rentals are available.
Originally built in 1945, Washington Park is a public park that features basketball and tennis courts, a playground, picnic areas, and pavilions that can be rented for groups. The park also offers the largest lifeguard-staffed community pool in the area.