- The list below includes 31 free or cheap things to do in or near Fort Payne, Alabama, including 57 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Movie Theaters, Waterfalls and Hiking Trails.
- From Little River Canyon National Preserve to De Soto State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fort Payne and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Scottsboro, Attalla, Mentone and Guntersville.
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1110 E Brow Road, Lookout Mountain, TN 37350 MoreLess Info
Situated at the entrance of the historic Points Park on Lookout Mountain, the Battles for Chattanooga Museum features a 3D electronic battle map exhibit . Five thousand miniature soldiers and 650 lights highlight details of area battles during November 1863.
Hosting various outdoor activities for the local youth, Calhoun City Recreation Dept offers softball, baseball, soccer, and football fields on its grounds. It also has bike paths, walking trails, and a large playground.
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3315 Broad Street, Chattanooga, TN 37402 MoreLess Info
International Towing & Recovery Museum showcases the history of the towing industry with an exhibit containing vintage towing vehicles and other artifacts. The museum features a bronze plaque memorial dedicated to the people who lost their lives in the industry.
Hit the lanes at Calhoun Bowling Center in Georgia for a fantastic family night. Take part in the Calhoun Gordon County Bowling Association as a member of a bowling league or bowl just for the fun of it in this laid-back environment.
Lasting a total of 90 minutes, Chattanooga Sidewalk Tours provide visitors the opportunity to take a guided walk around the historic city. Tours are led by experienced local guides who discuss the art, history, and architecture of the city.
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5000 Nature Trail Rd SE, Huntsville, AL 35803 MoreLess Info
The Madison County Nature Trail is an easy 1.5 mile trail located on Green Mountain in a 72 acre park that includes a lake, pavilion, chapel, picnic tables, covered bridge and wheelchair accessible restrooms.
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South Shawdee Road, Huntsville, AL MoreLess Info
Visitors can hike a 1.5-mile Madison County Nature Trail on Green Mountain. In the spring visitors can see azaleas and dogwood in bloom, and visitors can always see the oldest and largest Champion Winged Elm Tree in Alabama.
Located where the Cherokee Trail of Tears began, New Echota offers guests 12 different reconstructed and original Native American buildings. Visitors can enjoy the interactive tour, films, nature trails and a visitor center that offers souvenirs and educational materials.