- 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.
Featuring standard 10-pin bowling, Floyd Bowling & Amusement Center offers 24 lanes with shoe rental and cosmic bowling. The center has arcade games, air hockey, pool tables and concessions offering food and drinks.
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Operated by the Rome-Floyd Parks & Recreation Authority, the John Horace Anthony Recreation Center features sports fields and other facilities, and hosts activities including educational programs, day camps, activities for seniors, and clubs.
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.
An indoor kids' play area and party place, Bounce House Amusement Center the offers a variety of inflatable bounce structures, as well as other amusements. The facility also has a laser tag arena and video game arcade.
From outer space to the age of the dinosaurs, Tellus Science Museum offers its visitors a wide variety of exhibits. The permanent collections include a fossil gallery, a mineral gallery and a science in motion gallery, among others.
From Mountain View Marina, visitors have direct access to Lake Hiwassee for their boats. The marina is nestled in the Appalachian Mountains and provides panoramic views of the lake. Visitors often go swimming, kayaking, and tubing in the lake.
Georgia Racing Hall of Fame is a local automobile museum housing a wide range of vintage racecars, memorials of NASCAR legends, historic exhibits of prohibition moonshine runners as well as many interactive games and racing simulators.