- The list below includes 102 free or cheap things to do in or near Clayton, Georgia, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Distilleries, Art Gallery and Forests.
- From Chattahoochee National Forest to Bartram Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Clayton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Helen, Franklin, Highlands and Clarkesville.
Conveniently located, Chunk Gal Stables offers horseback riding for individuals of all ages. Set at the base of the Chunky Gal Mountain, there are a variety of trails to choose from, each offering its own natural beauty.
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.
Opened in 2011, Soque Artworks is a local art gallery that displays a large number of creative works. The gallery features works from over 100 regional artists, including painting, pottery, and photography creations.
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US 64, Nantahala National Forest, Highlands, NC MoreLess Info
A $4 parking fee grants visitors admission to the Cliffside Lake Recreation Area. This popular destination is excellent for hiking, biking, grilling and fishing. Visitors who wish to fish must have a valid North Carolina fishing license.
Franklin, North Carolina is home to Fun Factory Franklin, a gigantic entertainment complex. Its most popular features include laser tag, video games, bowling, mini-golf and bumper cars. Birthday parties are welcome.
Almost 200 feet high, Toccoa Falls provides excellent views of the waterfalls and the surrounding area, including the woods and the stream and calm pools below. The 100 yard gravel path to the falls is flat and handicap accessible.
The breathtaking Cullasaja Falls are located next to Route 64 in Highlands, NC. The parking lot is quite small, and sits just off of the highway, in the midst of an extremely dangerous, high-accident portion of it. Avoid visiting Cullasaja Falls during rush hour.