- The list below includes 33 free or cheap things to do in or near Hartwell, Georgia, including 65 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Lake, Art Gallery and Botanical Gardens.
- From Hartwell Dam & Lake to Hartwell Dam, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hartwell and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Anderson, Clemson, Pendleton and Toccoa.
Featuring scenic lakeside campsites is Hartwell's Hart State Park. The park features a dock with water-skiing and boating access, swimming, hiking, a children's playground and prime fishing for large mouth bass and rainbow trout.
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1277 Elberton Highway (Hwy.77 South), Hartwell, GA 30643 MoreLess Info
The Hart County Botanical Gardens encompasses over a dozen flower and plant gardens, as well as a children's playground, an amphitheater, a wetland and a large pavilion. They also hold an annual plant sale every April.
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31 E. Howell St., Hartwell, GA 30643 MoreLess Info
The Hart County Chamber of Commerce & Historical serve to preserve and educate on the history and cultural background of Hartwell and the surrounding area. The museum features a modest collection of artifacts, furnishings, photographs and documents.
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1285 Old Beacon light Road, Hartwell, GA 30643 MoreLess Info
Specializing in stripers, bass, and catfish, Papa Loyds Boys Fishing Charters offers guided fishing tours of different lakes in the region. The charter provides the equipment for fishing, and the fish is divided evenly among the group.
The Hart County Historical Society provides a variety of programs and exhibits related to the history of Hart County. The Society features a multitude of artifacts on display including a Coca Cola bottling machine.
Since 1988, Split Creek Farm, has been making award-winning goat dairy products including milk, artisan cheeses and fudge. Visitors are welcome to tour the operation and visit with the goats, as well as stop by the store to sample the amazing products.
Palmetto Moonshine was given a state permit to begin distilling the once illegal liquor in 2011, becoming the first micro-distillery of its kind. Take a tour and enjoy a tasting in their distillery where they are using their centuries old recipes to make 'shine'.