- TripBuzz found 54 things to do with kids in or near Chatsworth, Georgia, including 46 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ellijay, Dalton, Ocoee and Calhoun.
- From Fort Mountain Stables to Carters Lake Guide Service, the Chatsworth area offers 81 different types of family activities, including: Historic Sites, Forests, National & State Parks and Gymnastics.
- Chatsworth lies just west of Fort Mountain State Park in north central Georgia and is roughly 40 miles southeast of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The nearness to the park makes it a popular home base for explorers and hikers. Originally founded as a depot for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, there are several historic sites dedicated to rail travel in the town as well.
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240 Amicalola Falls State Park Road, Dawsonville, GA 30534 MoreLess Info
Dawsonville, Georgia is home to Amicalola Falls State Park. Its vast camping facilities include tent plots, RV hookups, rental cottages, an inn, a mid-size lodge and a covered lean-to. Park access is free, but parking is $5 per vehicle.
Providing a view of Amicalola falls, West Ridge Spring Trail has a flat surface coated with recycled tires. The trail is suitable for walking and provides a visitors center that includes exhibits of local wildlife and history.
Arcade Bounce and Laser Tag offers a variety of activities. Patrons can play laser tag in the 'Glow in the Dark' Laser Tag Arena. There are also bounce houses for toddlers. Arcade Bounce and Laser Tag has an arcade.
The Harrison Bay State Park can be found along 40 miles of the Chickamauga Lake shoreline within the wooded areas. Campers, boaters, and fishermen are drawn to the site as are sightseers and day-use visitors.
One of the smallest zoos in the United States, the Chattanooga Zoo has one of the largest red panda exhibits in the world. In addition, visitors can see chimpanzees in the Gombe Forest, Latin American animals at the Corcovado Jungle and North American animals in the Walkin' the Tracks.
Tennessee Riverpark is an 10-mile stretch of parkland along the Tennessee River, with access via the Riverwalk, a lighted concrete walkway that passes through several parks. Spot reptiles and birds, take a bike ride, or fish from one of the park's six piers.