- The list below includes 92 free or cheap things to do in or near Cleveland, Georgia, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Mini Golf, Art Gallery and Farms & Ranches.
- From North Georgia Corn Maze to Bavarian Mountain Miniature Golf, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cleveland and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gainesville, Helen, Blairsville and Clarkesville.
A beautiful slice of Georgia, Jones Bridge Park in Norcross maintains a beautiful backdrop for any family gathering. With picnic pavilions, grills, riverfront access, and playgrounds children can play the day away, families can fish, and enjoy an outdoor dinner.
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4488 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Norcross, GA 30071 MoreLess Info
Situated on 23 acres, West Gwinnett Park & Aquatic Center features leisure, competition and instructional pools along with water slides and a spray pad. The park also provides a quarter-mile trail, a walking track and two grass athletic fields.
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5052 Bridgeport Ln, Norcross, GA 30092 MoreLess Info
Part of the USBC, The Greater Atlanta Bowling Association is an organization devoted to the sport of bowling. As such, it sponsors a variety of tournaments for bowlers of all levels, as well as other special events.
The Georgia Theatre is a local music venue built inside an old cinema and hosts a variety of live music performances of many different genres such as folk, popular, country and more. The rooftop restaurant and bar offer beautiful views of the city.
Now known as Trail Creek Park, East Athens Community Park is a fun outdoor space for both kids and adults. Along with a soccer field, the park offers a playground, walking trail, picnic area and exercise facility.
Flicker Theatre & Bar hosts local artistic activities including live music, poetry reading, art shows, variety acts, stand up comedy, benefits and locally made movies. They also feature activities like poker, ping pong and video games.
Hembree Park Recreation Center is a park with a walking trail, tennis courts, a playground, batting cages, baseball fields and a pavilion with benches and grills. Their indoor center features a game room and two basketball courts.
The Tree That Owns Itself, also known as the Jackson Oak, is a white oak tree and a popular local landmark owing to the fact that it is believed to be the legal owner of itself as well as the land within eight feet from its base.