- 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.
Old Orchard Farm is a working farm and equestrian facility offering a variety of horse related services. Example services include: horseback riding lessons, birthday parties, natural horsemanship clinics & horse anatomy, and care and maintenance classes.
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.
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1370 Washington Street, Clarkesville, GA 30523 MoreLess Info
The historic Habersham Community Theatre is a theater that provides live entertainment for the residents and visitors of Northeast Georgia. The theater features 6 productions per year and has seats available for reservation that can be ordered online.
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53 Highway 255 N., Sautee Nacoochee, GA 30571 MoreLess Info
The Lavender Cottage & Garden in Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia is a small family-run lavender farm and vendor of products containing the purple herb. It also sells artisanal jewelry, pottery and home decorations.
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Off Rich Mountain Road, Walhalla, SC 29691 MoreLess Info
Visitors can hike the 1,769 ft. elevation trail towards a summit at Buzzard Roost Heritage Preserve. The trail features a variety of plant species like stoneroot. At the summit, there is a picnic area.
An abandoned attempt to link Charleston and Cincinnati, Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel was never completed. Visitors can now walk halfway through the 1600 ft long tunnel, which was also used by Clemson University as an ideal location for curing blue cheese.
Chattahoochee Stables offer guided horseback rides through the scenic mountain and valley landscape around Chattahoochee River. During summers, there is an additional feature of river rides where horses are taken through the river to the other side.