- The list below includes 68 free or cheap things to do in or near Copperhill, Tennessee, including 64 different types of inexpensive activities like Horseback Riding, Canoeing, Rafting and Parks.
- From Ocoee Adventure Center to Blanche Manor Horseback Riding, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Copperhill and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Blue Ridge, Murphy, Ellijay and Ocoee.
Alpine Mini Golf is an 18 hole miniature golf course which offers more than just an entertaining game of golf. The facility also maintains a number of bird houses, picnic areas, a stream which flows through the golf course and an ice cream parlor.
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Dawsonville Moonshine Distillery is a company which produces alcoholic products. The distillery is open 7 days a week and offers free tours of its facilities, along with sampling and the chance to purchase their products.
Sweetwater City of is a city in Tennessee that has a downtown area, a commercial space, recreational facilities, and schools. The city has a mayor and a board of commissioners who are in charge of the City Department.
Zip N Time is a local zip-line facility that offers entertaining and enjoyable zip line tours for those who visit. During the tours, guests are guided around by experienced employees and learn about the history of the local area.
Romeo and Juliet Indian Mound Tragedy Site is an Indian burial mound. It is named after the fictional characters Rome and Juliet as apparently a man and a lady who were from different tribes but were in a relationship are buried here.
Featuring artwork with rural and mountainous themes, Yonah Treasures showcases the work of regional artists and craftsmen from Northern Georgia. Among these works, visitors can purchase pottery, prints, and books.
Situated on 8 acres of pasture land, the North Georgia Corn Maze offers nearly three miles of paths through tall corn in the middle of a pastoral, scenic setting. Visitors can stroll through and take in scenery.
Located where the Cherokee Trail of Tears began, New Echota offers guests 12 different reconstructed and original Native American buildings. Visitors can enjoy the interactive tour, films, nature trails and a visitor center that offers souvenirs and educational materials.
The Harrison Bay State Park can be found along 40 miles of the Chickamauga Lake shoreline within the wooded areas. Campers, boaters, and fishermen are drawn to the site as are sightseers and day-use visitors.