- TripBuzz found 90 things to do with kids in or near Clayton, Georgia, including 86 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Helen, Franklin, Highlands and Clarkesville.
- From Southeastern Expeditions to Chattahoochee National Forest, the Clayton area offers 78 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Forests, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Arts & Crafts Market.
- Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Clayton, GA is a popular launching and resting point for mountaineering adventurists. Clayton is situated at the foot of Black Rock Mountain and to the west of Screamer Mountain, making activities such as camping, hiking, fishing, and hunting very popular with locals and visitors.
Clayton, Georgia is home to Southeastern Expeditions, a touring company that specializes in small-group whitewater rafting expeditions. The company also operates kayak tours and overnight camping trips. Southeastern Expeditions also rents canoes and kayaks.
Nestled in rural Georgia, the Chatahoochee National Forest is a large wilderness preserve dedicated to combating invasive species, nurturing endangered plans and educating the public about forestry and conservation. It is a popular destination for ginseng harvesting, for which a permit is required.
Visitors can enjoy scenic views of the creek while warming up to a fireplace at Warwoman Dell Recreation Area. The surrounding forest contains trails for hikers to explore. There is also an old trout hatchery on the grounds.
Located in Tiger, Georgia, Goat on the Roof is an eclectic attraction featuring live animals, Amish food, gem panning, homemade confections and much more. It is also rife with friendly goats that visitors may feed if they wish.
With over 2,000 acres of Georgia wilderness to view, Sky Valley Resort is nestled between national forests for a rustic looking getaway with all of the modern amenities. Guests can enjoy golf, tennis courts, an outdoor pool and even ski slopes.
Dillard House Stables takes both the beginner and advanced rider through scenic mountain trails. Patrons will be guided, on horseback, alongside the Little Tennessee River and will travel through lush forests, cascading waterfalls and mountain views.