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Cheap places to visit in Lapeer, Michigan

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LAPEER, MI - Are you planning to go to Lapeer for the first time? Do you have no clue which places you will explore? Check out these cheap places to visit in Lapeer, Michigan you should not miss.

1. Lake Nepessing Golfland
The 18-hole miniature golf course at Lake Nepessing Golfland is a family-friendly attraction. Golf lessons for kids, an indoor practice putting green, an outdoor heated batting cage, and go karts are all available at the attraction.

2. Hilltop Campgrounds
Hilltop Campgrounds, located on the 414-acre Lake Nepessing, offers a comfortable campground with numerous lake-view sites. Sewer, electricity, and lake access are available at some locations. There are restrooms, hot showers, a camp store, a Laundromat, a boat dock, winter storage, and seasonal rates.

3. Gallery 194
Gallery 194 features a variety of paintings for visitors to enjoy, with rotating exhibits featuring individual artists. Visitors can watch local artists paint live at the gallery during an event.

4. Lapeer Cinemas Ncg
Lapeer Cinemas Ncg is an eight-screen movie theater that uses digital projection and RealD 3D to show first-run feature films. Stadium seating, a game room, and a concession area with food and drinks are all available at the theater.

5. Gerlach's Bowling Center
The Gerlach's Bowling Center has 18 traditional ten pin bowling lanes that are open to the general public. The center is open almost every day of the year and, upon request, can accommodate leagues and local tournaments.

6. Polar Palace Ice Arena
Polar Palace Ice Arena, a cutting-edge ice rink and arena, is home to the Lapeer County Hockey Association, as well as a skating club, youth skating programs, and adult hockey leagues.

7. Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad
Architecturally restored to recreate the feel of a historic village in Genesee County, complete with animals, shops, stores, a train ride, water sports, and other fun activities. All activities at Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad are reasonably priced.

8. Stepping Stone Falls
At a small beach, Stepping Stone Falls is an architecturally well-designed waterfall. Seagulls, ducks, geese, carp fish, and other wildlife are frequently seen while paddling.

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