- The list below includes 56 free or cheap things to do in or near Hixson, Tennessee, including 52 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Aviation Museums.
- From Greenway Farm to Cumberland Trail, Prentice Cooper State Forest, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hixson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chattanooga, Cleveland, Lookout Mountain and Harrison.
The conservation and preservation of the Rock Creek watershed is the focus of the Lula Lake & Land Trust. The natural and historic landscapes in the region are protected through the restrictions of only low impact recreation and education of the public.
The Red Clay State Historic Park encompasses just over 260-acres of narrow valley land. The park was even the last seat of the Cherokee national government before the Indian Removal Act, and there are currently several displays and exhibits about the Cherokee people.
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Learn more about the history of the local area at Museum Center at 5ive Points. Exhibits showcase the Ocoee Region of Tennessee. Admire the arts and crafts of the region at the museum store.
Featuring open grass fields and trees, Deer Park provides a playground with swings, a rock climbing wall, wooden play structures, a tire swing and a play car. It also has picnic areas, tennis courts, restroom facilities and walking trails.
A bowling center with a pro shop, Leisure Time Bowling hosts open and league bowling as well as private events. It has a snack bar and grill with food, drinks and adult beverages and a game room with arcade machines.
Featuring nearly four miles of paved trails, the Cleveland Greenway is a popular location for exercise and nature lovers to use. Visitors to the greenway commonly enjoy biking, jogging, or walking through the trails.
There are more than 600 miles of trails within the Cherokee National Forest within the Appalachian Moutains of east Tennessee. Within the large span of trail mileage, 150 miles are actually part of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail.