- The list below includes 114 free or cheap things to do in or near Hartford, Tennessee, including 91 different types of inexpensive activities like Rafting, Camping Site, Specialty Museums and Art Gallery.
- From Cosby Campground to Big Bear Expeditions, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hartford and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Cherokee.
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Tremont Road, Townsend, TN MoreLess Info
Upper Tremont Road in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a two-mile road in the center of the park that offers a unique area serenity. Many hiking and horseback riding trails begin here, and visitors also enjoy fishing.
Providing a full day adventure to older children and adults, Raft & Rail offers a special combination package. Guests ride a train up the Nantahala River Gorge then combine the trip with whitewater rafting, a zipline canopy tour, or a Jeep tour.
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123 Cromwell Drive, Townsend, TN 37882 MoreLess Info
Preserving the history and culture of the earliest inhabitants of the region, the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center has something for everyone. Visitors, young and old, can enjoy guided tours, museum, and historic village featuring 11 complete period buildings.
Choose from one of three river routes, or ride all three, at River Rage, Townsend's most affordable tubing destination. Shuttles take riders to their entry points and meet them at the end, guests can also enjoy a meal at Little River BBQ.
Outdoor enthusiasts looking for a rafting and kayaking experience must visit Smoky Mountain River Rat today. Your all-day pass includes unlimited trips on two separate courses, rock jumping, rope swinging and scenic mountain views.
Smoky Mountain River Rat offers tubing trips on the river, with two different trips set in different sections. The upper section features adventure rapids and swimming holes while the lower features a rock jump, rope swing and relaxing rapids.
Nestled within the Smoky Mountains, the attraction of Tube Junction focuses on water-based recreation through the natural creeks in the area. Visitors are able to rent inflatable tubes and life vests to take a floating tour of the Little River.