- The list below includes 82 free or cheap things to do in or near Helen, Georgia, including 76 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Mini Golf, Tubing and Ziplines.
- From Anna Ruby Falls to Chattahoochee River, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Helen and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Blairsville, Clarkesville, Dahlonega and Sautee Nacoochee.
Conveniently located, Chunk Gal Stables offers horseback riding for individuals of all ages. Set at the base of the Chunky Gal Mountain, there are a variety of trails to choose from, each offering its own natural beauty.
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5000 N. Browning Bridge Road, Gainesville, GA 30506 MoreLess Info
Georgia's newest state park, Don Carter State Park is also the first ever park situated on Lake Lanier. Guests love the clean and vast beach and swimming waters, as well as amenities such as bath houses and boating ramps.
Almost 200 feet high, Toccoa Falls provides excellent views of the waterfalls and the surrounding area, including the woods and the stream and calm pools below. The 100 yard gravel path to the falls is flat and handicap accessible.
A Step Above Stables is an equestrian facility offering a wide range of services which include riding lessons, trail riding, boarding and more. They are also professional sellars and provide healthy and trained horses for purchases.
The hiking and biking trails found throughout Jackrabbit Mountain Bike & Hiking Trails are designed for individuals of all skill levels. Most of the trails are either easy or moderately difficult, but all feature beautiful scenery amidst tall trees.
Once a WWII military training camp, visitors to Currahee Military Museum can look over the historic horse stable, or enjoy the 6,000 square feet of military based museum displays. Showcasing over one hundred years of history, the museum is located in a renovated military depot.
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160 N Alexander Street, Toccoa, GA 30577 MoreLess Info
The Stephens County Historical Society is a group dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of the local area. The society operates several museums, including an over 6,000 square-foot military historical museum.