- Our list of the best things to do in Franklin, North Carolina, features the top 120 nearby activities — including 62 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Franklin, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Water Activities, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 22 things to do within the city of Franklin, NC , followed by 98 popular activities in nearby cities, including Bryson City, Cherokee, Highlands, Sylva, Clayton, Sapphire, Cashiers, Dillard, Tiger, Hayesville and Hiawassee
Waynesville Recreation Center is a fitness facility. It has a sports equipment, 1/10 mile track, pools and 'water park', basketball and volleyball courts, and two racquetball courts. Along with spotless washrooms and locker rooms.
The preeminent winery in Young Harris, Georgia is Crane Creek Vineyards. Visitors are welcome to explore the property and vineyard buildings. There is a tasting room and a shop that sells bottled Crane Creek wines and a diverse assortment of gourmet treats.
Sponsored by the United Methodist Church, the Lake Junalaska Golf Course is lauded for its beauty, tranquil aesthetic and inspiring surroundings. The course is part of the Lake Junalaska Conference & Retreat Center.
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As a fish farm, Morgan Mill & Balsam Grove Trout Fishing offers visitors public fishing opportunities in a regularly stocked trout pond. Visitors can get any fish caught at the pond cleaned and packed on ice by staff.
Located in Clarksville, Georgia, Mark of the Potter is an artisanal pottery firm that sells an eclectic mix of pottery and home decorations. Most of the items are formed from clay harvested from the local countryside.
Sunburst Stables in Clarksville, Georgia is an adventure experience company that offers zipline touring, equestrian trips, ATV excursions and other active tourist pursuits. Whitewater rafting is available from late spring through early autumn.
Housed in a restored 1892 tobacco barn, the Oconee Heritage Center is a community operated museum. Featuring exhibits and historic information on the area from the antebellum era on through modern times, it also hosts special events throughout the year.