- The list below includes 64 free or cheap things to do in or near Harrison, Tennessee, including 56 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Rafting, Parks and Bowling.
- From Harrison Bay State Park to Booker T. Washington State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Harrison and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chattanooga, Cleveland, Hixson and Lookout Mountain.
Taste of Amish is a local specialty shop offering a variety of quality products ranging from organic red meat, jams, jellies and baking goods to home remedies, specialty soaps and a variety of other gluten free items.
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The first and only mountain side canopy tour in the Blue Ridge Mountains is The Blue Ridge Canopy Adventure. The family friendly adventure lets guests zip line through moonshine country, beginning at Hell's Hollow Adventure Outpost.
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.
Lost Sea Inc. offers guided cavern and underground lake tours. Tour guides will explain the history of the caverns and explain the geological development of the cavern rooms throughout the tour, which traverses about three quarters of a mile.
Focusing on a tour of the caverns, the Lost Sea Adventure allows guests to visit the underground lake while a guide explains the exciting and colorful history of the site. Once at the bottom of the cave, they then board a glass-bottom boat for a trip across the Lost Sea.
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.