- 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.
Many types of outdoor recreation are offered through A Walk in the Woods. Guests can enjoy walks, backpacking trips, a hiker shuttle service, hikes, and equipment rental in addition to long multiple day trips through the Appalachian Trail.
First opened in 1967, Forbidden Caverns is a trip to the world under the Smoky Mountains. Featuring guided tours, guests can explore the caves, see breath-taking formations, and learn the history of the region.
The Bush's Beans Company actually began through the old general store which now houses the Bush Visitors Center. The site features a museum following the Bush story as well as an old-fashioned general store and Bush's Family Café.
Spread over 150 acres of wilderness, Foxfire Mountain Ziplines offers 10 individual adventure activities. In addition to having the longest and highest zipline in the Smoky Mountains, the facility has bear crawler driving tours and a swinging bridge.
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As the first eco-friendly zipline adventure available in the Great Smoky Mountains area, Adventure Ziplines of Pigeon Forge offers a thrilling adventure to those who visit. The company offers seven ziplines up to 2,500 feet long.
All skill levels of riders can be accommodated at the Smoky Mountain Riding Stables. The natural beauty of the horseback riding trails within the National Park allows the ride to act as a nature viewing experience as well.
Rather than a flat trail, Sugarland Riding Stables runs along mountainous terrain so that guests get better views of the Great Smoky Mountains. No experience is necessary to ride, meaning children are welcome.