- The list below includes 62 free or cheap things to do in or near Wooster, Ohio, including 81 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, Parks, Bike Paths and Bowling.
- From Vulture's Knob Mountain Bike Park to Secrest Arboretum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wooster and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Medina, Massillon, Millersburg and Barberton.
An old-fashioned, self-consciously retro bowling alley, Embassy Lanes offers multiple bowling lanes for open bowling or league and tournament bowling. It is available for parties, and offers an array of refreshments from vending machines.
Canton's Pro Putt Miniature Golf offers three carpeted mini golf courses featuring a variety of challenging, uniquely designed holes. The course features special challenger holes with higher difficulty levels, and offers prizes for hole-in-ones.
Courts & Cages is a family entertainment center that features mini golf, basketball courts, batting cages, and trampolines. The center offers turf rentals for baseball and is also available to host birthday parties.
7585 Freedom Ave, North Canton, OH 44720 MoreLess Info
An adrenaline rush for kids, teens and adults the Sky Max Trampoline Arena is 11,000 square feet of indoor fun. The arena features trampolines, slam dunk basketball and sky fitness.
Founded in 1963, 77 Colonial Lanes features 32 lanes of bowling with automated scoring and overhead monitors showing sporting events. It also offers a nursery, a bar and grill and a lounge with televisions, a jukebox and a pool table.
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5445 Whipple Ave NW, North Canton, OH 44720 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1963, Seventy-Seven Colonial Lanes features 32 lanes of bowling with automated scoring and overhead monitors showing sporting events. It also offers a nursery, a bar and grill and a lounge with televisions, a jukebox and a pool table.
A discount movie theater, Cinemark Movies 10 displays second-run films in ten auditoriums using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater provides a game room as well as a concession area with food and drinks.
Originally built during the Civil War, the Helmick Covered Bridge is one of the state's oldest examples of this bridge type. Now restored after falling into disrepair, it is still used for light traffic and as an historical attraction.
Featuring 36 lanes of bowling, Park Centre Lanes offers glow bowling, tournaments and a pro shop. It has a snack bar, a lounge with dart boards and televisions and a game room with pool, air hockey and foosball tables.