- TripBuzz found 92 things to do with kids in or near Tiger, Georgia, including 90 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Helen, Franklin, Highlands and Clarkesville.
- From Goat on the Roof to Tiger Drive In, the Tiger area offers 77 different types of family activities, including: Family Fun Center, Other Entertainment, Fishing and Waterfalls.
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311 Green St NW, Gainesville, GA 30501 MoreLess Info
Home to six sites, the Friends of Georgia State Park and Historic Sites offers visitors a glimpse in Gainesville history. The grounds include a preserved Civil War battlefield site, Reynold's Mansion, the Lapham-Patterson house, a lodge and two state parks.
Featuring scenic lakeside campsites is Hartwell's Hart State Park. The park features a dock with water-skiing and boating access, swimming, hiking, a children's playground and prime fishing for large mouth bass and rainbow trout.
Wilshire Trails Park is an outdoor recreational area in Gainesville, Georgia where you could spend all day long having fun with friends and family. Learn to swim, participate in many types of fitness events such as pilates, zumba, aquatic lessons, and more. You even have the option of renting your own pavilion …
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31 E. Howell St., Hartwell, GA 30643 MoreLess Info
The Hart County Chamber of Commerce & Historical serve to preserve and educate on the history and cultural background of Hartwell and the surrounding area. The museum features a modest collection of artifacts, furnishings, photographs and documents.
The Hart County Historical Society provides a variety of programs and exhibits related to the history of Hart County. The Society features a multitude of artifacts on display including a Coca Cola bottling machine.
Set on the shores of Lake Lanier, Gainesville Marina provides boats with boarding and direct access to the water. Visitors can rent pontoon boats from the marina to take out on the lake for half day to full day excursions.
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Highway 441 and Drama Road, Cherokee, NC 28719 MoreLess Info
Cherokee, North Carolina is home to the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. The institution explores the history of the Cherokee Nation, with a particular emphasis on its role in the history of the United States.
Visitors at Oconoluftee Indian Village in Cherokee, North Carolina are transported back to 1760. Costumed interpreters portray European soldiers and American settlers, and the First Nations are represented by real Native Americans.