- The list below includes 29 free or cheap things to do in or near Pine Mountain, Georgia, including 49 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Gardens, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- From Franklin Delano Roosevelt State Park to Callaway Gardens, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Pine Mountain and in nearby cities within 25 miles like LaGrange, Columbus and Warm Springs.
Artist's In Residence is an art gallery that contains several art studios for local artists that create the paintings. The hallways of the gallery are lined with works from the artists working there and are available for purchase.
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At Explorations in Antiquity Center, visitors can learn about and explore life as it existed in Biblical times with a wide range of artifacts and archaeological replicas of ancient structures such as tombs, shepherd tents and more, coupled with presentations of Biblical meals.
Former home of the textile magnate Fuller E. Callaway, Hills & Dales Estate today, is a tourist attraction which features the 19th-century Ferrell Gardens complete with fountains and a greenhouse coupled with the recently restored villa which is open for guided tours.
A facility of Columbus Parks and Recreation, Flat Rock Park features both walking and bike trails. Park visitors can also enjoy outdoor activities like fishing, frisbee throwing or simply relaxing while sitting on the rocks.
A traditional bowling facility, AMF Peach Lanes provides 56 lanes for open and league bowling as well as private events and parties. The center features a bar area with pool tables along with a game room that includes air hockey.
Home to Cooper Creek Reservoir, Cooper Creek Park features areas for fishing along with tennis and horseshoe courts. The park provides a walking trail, sheltered picnic areas, barbecue grills and children's playgrounds.
Founded in 1958, the Columbus State University is home to the Simon Schwob Memorial Library, the Corn Center for the Visual Arts, and the Frank G. Lumpkin Jr. Center, among others. The campus is continuously expanding.