- 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.
Georgia Racing Hall of Fame is a local automobile museum housing a wide range of vintage racecars, memorials of NASCAR legends, historic exhibits of prohibition moonshine runners as well as many interactive games and racing simulators.
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Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center, Anderson, SC 29625 MoreLess Info
If you need to provide your kids with a few hours of entertainment, look no further than Kid Venture Playground in Anderson. This large wooden playground features castles, climbing ropes, swings and slides, and places for parents to sit and relax while the kids play.
The focal point of Caesars Head State Park in Greenville, South Carolina is a mammoth granite shelf jutting out from the surrounding land. The park has many trails, and some are prone to frequent flooding. Check the park's website for a listing of current closings.
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920 Old Hendersonville Highway, Brevard, NC 28712 MoreLess Info
Zero Gravity Skatepark is an indoor skater's delight with 12,000 square feet of ramps, half pipes, wall rides and horseshoes. The there is a pro shop and concession stand, and bikes are also allowed here.
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Clingmans Dome is the highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Visitors of this site who choose to go hiking will have the opportunity to take in scenic views and spot wildlife in the area.
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142 Country Club Dr., Waynesville, NC 28786 MoreLess Info
Segway Tours of Waynesville guides segway riders around the town of Waynesville where they can learn of its rich history and take in the scenic views. They have instructors so no prior segway riding experience is necessary.
The Bald River Falls cascades over 100 feet to the steep rocks below it. Since the rock outcropping is slopped, the falls actually flow down the rocks rather than a free fall, and guests can drive past the falls in a car or hike to the top.
The 500,000-acre Pisgah National Forest was the first land purchased under the 1911 Weeks Act establishing National Forest, home to the first school of forestry, and home to two of the first designated wilderness areas in North Carolina. Visitors can hike, camp, fish, ride, hunt, and do water activities.