- TripBuzz found 61 things to do with kids in or near Ducktown, Tennessee, including 53 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Blue Ridge, Murphy, Ocoee and Ellijay.
- From Raft One to Wildwater Ltd. Rafting, the Ducktown area offers 67 different types of family activities, including: Rafting, Ziplines, History Museums and Parks.
- The quaint city of Ducktown, Tennessee is home to just over 400 residents and is located in the states southeastern most region. Once a booming copper-producer, the historic city now offers mine tours, scenic expansive natural land and small-town hospitality. The city is also the site of the local junior college, Kimsey.
Prater's Mill has a rich history, involving the Civil War and the Indian raids. The 19th century Mill is still functional, even after a century and a half has passed since it was constructed. It can host special themed events, such as weddings.
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1890 Burnt Mountain Road, Ellijay, GA 30536 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy guided fly fishing trips through 7.5 miles of private waters with Reel'em In Guide Service - Private Tours. The tours offer the opportunity to catch both wild and private trophy trout.
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522 West Madison Ave, Athens, TN 37303 MoreLess Info
History comes to life at the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum, which is normally just called the Living Heritage Museum. Historical demonstrations take up a large portion of the exhibits at the museum, but there are also rotating exhibits of over 10,000 artifacts.
Owned and operated by Young Harris College, the Rollins Planetarium is located in Young Harris, Georgia. It seats 104 comfortably and its dome measures almost 50 feet in diameter. The planetarium is a popular destination for school field trips and homeschooling groups.
The first brick home to house a Cherokee chief, the Chief Vann House Historic Site is constructed entirely out of bricks made from clay harvested on the building site. The Site includes a blacksmith station,