- The list below includes 64 free or cheap things to do in or near Harrison, Tennessee, including 56 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Rafting, Parks and Bowling.
- From Harrison Bay State Park to Booker T. Washington State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Harrison and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chattanooga, Cleveland, Hixson and Lookout Mountain.
The first brick home to house a Cherokee chief, the Chief Vann House Historic Site is constructed entirely out of bricks made from clay harvested on the building site. The Site includes a blacksmith station,
Located on Fort Mountain in the Appalachians, Cohutta Overlook is a scenic overlook that offers panoramic views of the wilderness surrounding the mountain. After a short hike, visitors can look down on the Chattahoochee National Forest.
Operated by local fishermen with many years of experience, Carters Lake Guide Service provides fishing tours around Carter's Lake and other nearby bodies of water. Fishing tours are offered year-round to individuals of all fishing skill-levels.
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181 Fort Mountain Park Road, Chatsworth, GA 30705 MoreLess Info
Chatsworth's Fort Mountain State Park is a beautiful Georgian park full of rentable facilities. Visitors enjoy picnic spots, campsites, cozy cottages and other beautiful areas to spend the night surrounded by the gorgeous wilderness.
Dyer County Veterans' Walk of Fame is a veteran's memorial walkway paved with red bricks. The bricks are engraved with the names, military ranks, and other notable information for war veterans since the 1800s who fell in combat.
The famous Russel Stover company supplies its candies all over the country, but the Russell Stover Factory Outlet provides many more products than are normally available. Shoppers also get to purchase the items at a lower than normal cost in most cases.
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522 West Madison Ave, Athens, TN 37303 MoreLess Info
History comes to life at the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum, which is normally just called the Living Heritage Museum. Historical demonstrations take up a large portion of the exhibits at the museum, but there are also rotating exhibits of over 10,000 artifacts.