- The list below includes 169 free or cheap things to do in or near Canton, Georgia, including 99 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking and Bowling.
- From Bounce House Amusement Center the to Canton Paw Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Canton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Roswell, Alpharetta, Cumming and Kennesaw.
Providing a casual ambiance and atmosphere, the Fannin Brewing Company features a tasting room where wines can be sampled and enjoyed. Equipped with televisions, it is also a great spot for watching sports and gathering with friends.
Fannin Lanes is a family bowling center that features synthetic lanes, electronic scoring, and league and tournament play. The facility also has a restaurant area, and features multiple 50 inch televisions so visitors can watch sports.
Two areas compose the 24-acre Meridian Park, including an outdoor recreational site and an indoor community center. The outdoor park has one mile of walking paths, a playground, and picnic tables while the community center features two gymnasiums, classrooms, and an indoor walking track.
Organized group sports are the primary focus of West Walton Park, which covers 50 acres of land. Visitors can access eight baseball/softball fields, two football fields, three concession stands, two playgrounds, walking paths throughout the whole park, and public restrooms.
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Located in the Clarion Hotel, Close Up 2 Smooth Jazz Lounge offers visitors live jazz entertainment. Visitors can enjoy a glass of wine while listening to local jazz musicians showcase their talent.
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.
Nestled in rural Georgia, the Chatahoochee National Forest is a large wilderness preserve dedicated to combating invasive species, nurturing endangered plans and educating the public about forestry and conservation. It is a popular destination for ginseng harvesting, for which a permit is required.