- TripBuzz found 193 things to do with kids in or near Canton, Georgia, including 176 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Roswell, Marietta, Cumming and Alpharetta.
- From Georgia Frontiers to Tanglewood Farm Miniatures, the Canton area offers 97 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking and Other Adventures.
- A fast growing community in Georgia, Canton is rich in arts and culture. This includes sites and activities like live theater and musical concerts at its downtown, historic Canton Theater. The city is also home to several museums including the Cherokee County and Funk Heritage Museums. And preserving art in the community, local artists display and sell their wares at the Cherokee County Arts Center in the downtown area.
Cleveland, Georgia's North Georgia Zoo is a mid-size zoo open seasonally and closed throughout most of winter. In addition to its regular exhibits, the Zoo also offers exclusive behind-the-scenes tours and brings animals into local schools.
Since 1828 the Turner family has been operating The LoganBerry Heritage Farm. With a focus on naturally grown organic foods and sustainability, the farm offers seasonal produce from beef and eggs to heritage vegetables like potatoes, parsnips and garlic.
A pay lake that spans 10 acres, the improbably named Lakeside Lake is stocked with a wide variety of fish, including crappie, catfish, bass, brim, and carp. The lake also has a general store with bait and fishing supplies.
With Surf Blue Ridge, visitors can learn the basics of stand up paddle boarding and practice their skills on river and lake excursions. During these trips, visitors can spot birds like turkeys, ospreys, hawks, and more.
Located on the spot where Cherokee Indians lived before they were banished, Gold n Gem Grubbin' is facing a 7 acre-wide lake and is the right place for panning for gems. It was featured on the show Cash and Treasures on Travel Channel.
Fannin Lanes is a family bowling center that features synthetic lanes, electronic scoring, and league and tournament play. The facility also has a restaurant area, and features multiple 50 inch televisions so visitors can watch sports.