Five (Almost) Free Things To Do in Twin Falls This Summer
With one kid getting ready to head to college, I usually find myself strapped for cash.
I’m not making any more money that I did last year so I’m watching my expenses just as close as the next guy.
Thanks to you – I found plenty to do, right here at home. And the good news? It’s all free. (Mostly) What other free things can we do this summer? Comment below.
- Fishing – Maybe not totally free but pretty cheap. You can usually find poles at a pawn shop if you want to save a few bucks. And according to Heather Davison, it’s worth shelling out $40 for a one year state park pass. Otherwise, you’re limited to just a few spots open to fishing.
- Walk The Canyon – It’s beautiful, great exercise, and it’s free.
- Feed The Ducks – Sherry Wright recommending this and I’m grateful for the reminder. My kids have always enjoyed it no matter how old. Good call!
- BBQ - I know, this isn’t entirely free but if you get enough friends together and have everyone chip in, it’s pretty inexpensive.
- Frizbee Golf – Dustin Evans posted this suggestion. I haven’t done it yet but it’s on the top of my list. A disc costs what? Five, maybe ten bucks right? So there’s a little bit of cost up front but for the rest of the season, it’s all free. I’m giving it a shot.
Thanks for all the great ideas!