- The list below includes 92 free or cheap things to do in or near Blairsville, Georgia, including 64 different types of inexpensive activities like Horseback Riding, Fishing, Mini Golf and Specialty Museums.
- From Brasstown Bald Mountain to Vogel State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Blairsville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Blue Ridge, Helen, Murphy and Sautee Nacoochee.
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469 Highway 115 South, Dahlonega, GA 30533 MoreLess Info
Chestatee Wildlife Preserve is a local animal preserve and rescue center which house a wide range of animal species including white Siberan tigers, grizzly bears, African lions and the Zedonk which is a cross between zebra and donkey. The preserve organizes animal encounters and guided tours of the premises.
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227 West Tennessee Ave, Blue Ridge, GA 37137 MoreLess Info
Blue Ridge Mountain Kayaking is a great excursion for both beginner and experienced kayakers. Offering a selection of tour options, the company offers safe, guided tours through the peaceful and beautiful Blue Ridge area.
Fun for kids AND adults. Gold panning, mini golf, paintball, skeet shooting, pistol range, gem mining, wagon rides, bounce castle and mini dune buggy. Covered pavilions for RAIN OR SHINE. Pet friendly. Cabins & camping on site. Large group pavilion coming soon. Event Catering services available or bring your ow…
Open year round, Dahlonega's Sunny Farms North is an equestrian facility that offers self-guided trail rides through the woods. The farm welcomes individual riders and groups, and also offers horse boarding and sales.
Adventure Trail Rides offer guided horseback rides through a variety of trails in the Cashes Valley which is a part of the Blue Ridge Mountain Range. Some of the rides they offer include Valley Trail, Sunset and Picnic rides, Botanical rides and more.
Whitewater rafting trips has been provided by Ocoee Rafting - Private Tours for over 35 years. The company allows adventurous individuals to experience the challenging and exciting Class III and Class IV rapids of the river.
Ducktown Basin Museum provides visitors with a history of this copper mining community. The museum is located on the site of the old Burra Burra Mine, where artifacts, photos and displays paint a picture of the heritage of the area. Tours are available by appointment.