- The list below includes 41 free or cheap things to do in or near Calhoun, Georgia, including 86 different types of inexpensive activities like Recreation Centers, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Arts Centers.
- From The Garden to New Echota, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Calhoun and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rome, Dalton, Chatsworth and Cartersville.
Situated on heavily wooded terrain, Leita Thompson Memorial Park measures over 100 acres and features a dog park, a recreation center and a fishing lake. The park provides hiking trails, picnic areas, a playground and a community garden.
100% 20 votes
101 Riverfront Parkway, Chattanooga, TN 37402 MoreLess Info
A paved path great for walking, jogging, biking, and pushing the stroller around, The Chattanooga Riverfront is a bustling area of activity, fitness, and fresh air with new and exciting events happening weekly.
Fishing, gem mining, and mini-golf are just some of the activities to be performed at the Lilly Pad Village. There are also hiking trails which lead to the top of the mountains. A gift shop is on the premises.
83% 12 votes
4054 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway, Hiram, GA 30141 MoreLess Info
An entertainment center, Sparkles Family Fun Centers features a roller skating rink along with a laser tag arena and a children's play area. The center provides an arcade with redemption games, a cafe and private event hosting.
Featuring a century-old restored carousel, Coolidge Park contains a variety of activities for all ages, including rock climbing, picnics, an interactive fountain, and a military memorial. The park is home to the Walnut Street Bridge, the world's largest pedestrian bridge.
Showcasing the work of artists worldwide, Turning Leaf Wood Art features a variety of unique pieces. This includes traditional artwork such as paintings and drawings along with contemporary crafts like wood carvings and hand weaved baskets.
78% 18 votes
5801 Champion Road, Harrison, TN 37341 MoreLess Info
Located along the shores of Chickamauga Lake, the Booker T. Washington State Park is spread over 353 acres. Most people visit for the scenery provided by the area, and they can also follow a mountain biking trail, swim in an outdoor pool, and picnick.
A sports outfitter that provides gear, apparel, and paraphernalia as well as guided trips and lodging, True Adventure Sports offers 34 different sports adventures. Trips on offer include ziplining, rock climbing, canoeing, and rappelling.
Named for explorer Hernando de Soto, Desoto State Park features 3,502 acres of forests, mountains, rivers and waterfalls. The park can be used for camping, swimming and picnics and provides 25 miles of trails as well as a playground.