- 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.
Since 1828 the Turner family has been operating The LoganBerry Heritage Farm. With a focus on naturally grown organic foods and sustainability, the farm offers seasonal produce from beef and eggs to heritage vegetables like potatoes, parsnips and garlic.
Situated among the mountains north of Dahlonega, Dockery Lake Campground offers eleven camp sites with basic amenities like grills, picnic tables, and lantern posts, but no water or electric hook-ups. The area offers fishing in the lake and hiking opportunities.
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.
A part of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Anna Ruby Falls are twin waterfalls formed due to the convergence of two individual streams. The falls can be reached through an upward hike on a trail which weaves through the surrounding forest.
Fishing is one of the most popular activities at the Smithgall Woods Conservation Area. This popularity is due to Dukes Creek which is one of the premier trout fishing spots in northern Georgia that allows for catch and releasing fishing.