- TripBuzz found 103 things to do with kids in or near Dahlonega, Georgia, including 94 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gainesville, Helen, Dawsonville and Cumming.
- From Dockery Lake Campground to Sunny Farms North, the Dahlonega area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Parks, History Museums and Specialty Museums.
- Referred to by many publications as an ideal place to retire, the city of Dahlonega has much to offer those who live and visit within the beautiful city limits. As an original site of the first gold rush in the country, the city is rich with history and culture with it's many museums and historic site tours. Other attractions include local wineries, art galleries and vibrant annual festivals.
Ducktown Basin Museum provides visitors with a history of this copper mining community. The museum is located on the site of the old Burra Burra Mine, where artifacts, photos and displays paint a picture of the heritage of the area. Tours are available by appointment.
Whitewater rafting trips are offered through Carolina Outfitters. Guests can choose from guide-in-boat, guide-assisted or unguided trips along the Nantahala River for whitewater rafting all season. Previous experience is not required.
Located over 14 wooded acres, the Ocoee River Basic Canopy Tour is actually an extension of the Wildwater Ocoee Center. The attraction features three sky bridges, 9 zip line sections, and a three-level platform with long range views of the area.
1104 Grayson Highway, Lawrenceville, GA 30045 MoreLess Info
A roller skating rink, Sparkles Family Fun Center of Gwinnett features open skating sessions with music, roller skating lessons and a pro shop. The center also offers video and redemption games, a children's playground and a snack bar.
Located on the Ocoee River in the Appalachian Mountains, Carolina Ocoee is a family-owned rafting company providing memorable and scenic raft tours. Tours are guided by experienced local residents with over 20 years of experience in the rafting business.
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1978 Island Ford Parkway, Sandy Springs, GA 30350 MoreLess Info
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area abounds in recreation activities such as boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking and more, in Chattahoochee River. The area, with its multiple trails, also provides acess to numerous 19th-century historic sites and Native American archaeological sites.
At Sips N Strokes, visitors can attend paint sessions where an instructor teaches a group how to paint a specific work of art. Visitors are encouraged to bring their favorite drink to sip on while they paint.
Situated on 718 acres, Tribble Mill Park is located alongside two lakes and can be used for fishing, boating, picnics and other recreational activities. It provides over three miles of paved and soft surface trails, a playground, grills and restrooms.