The Ultimate Guide to Free Summer Fun in Jacksonville

Summer is almost here and that means the kids will be out of school and looking for stuff to do. Luckily, Jacksonville has tons of free or cheap activities to keep the kids busy. It doesn’t matter if you have little kids or teenagers, our Ultimate Guide to Free Summer Fun has something everyone is sure to enjoy.

Free Museums: With many museums offering free admission on certain days, it’s the perfect place to head when it’s too hot to play outside.

Beat the Heat: Whether you’re looking for a beach, splash pad, or water park, Jacksonville has a great selection of ways to keep cool.

Explore the Outdoors: From State Parks to National Parks, there are so many great outdoor places to explore in Jacksonville.

Take a Free Class: Summer is the perfect time to learn something new. Take advantage of these free and fun classes for kids of all ages.

Story Times & Reading Rewards: Kids can earn free books and other rewards with some of the reading programs available around town as well as enjoy some free story times.

Free (or cheap) Food: Who doesn’t love free food? Mark these dates on your summer calendar so you’re sure to not miss these delicious treats.

Movies, Shows & Concerts: There are lots of free concerts, dollar movies, and even some free theatre performances you can choose from this summer.

Summer Learning Programs: The kids don’t have to attend summer school to practice those skills. Take advantage of some of these free online programs this summer.

Other Fun and Free Activities: With so many free things to do in Jacksonville this summer, it’s easy to keep the kids busy with out breaking the bank.

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2 Responses to The Ultimate Guide to Free Summer Fun in Jacksonville

  1. Patricia May 23, 2017 at 9:27 am #

    I have a autistic 27 year old boy and 22 year old girl..looking for things they can do an join in

  2. Courtney Jul 24, 2017 at 6:42 am #

    Free and cheap are my favorite kinds of activities when it comes to entertaining kids over the summer. I love how you mentioned out door activities! I think that it is so important for kids to get outside during the summer since they spend most of the school year inside the classroom. Thanks for sharing!

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