- The list below includes 136 free or cheap things to do in or near Kodak, Tennessee, including 76 different types of inexpensive activities like Amusement Parks (All Ages), Flea Markets, Baseball Fields and Rafting.
- From Tennessee Smokies Minor League Baseball & Smokies Park to Adrenaline Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kodak and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gatlinburg, Knoxville, Sevierville and Townsend.
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2820 Legacy Vista Drive, Sevierville, TN 37876 MoreLess Info
As the first eco-friendly zipline adventure available in the Great Smoky Mountains area, Adventure Ziplines of Pigeon Forge offers a thrilling adventure to those who visit. The company offers seven ziplines up to 2,500 feet long.
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909 Little Cove Rd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 MoreLess Info
In addition to horseback riding trails, the Big Rock Dude Ranch at Ponderosa has many other outdoor activities. Guests can enjoy ATV rides, a fishing pond, gem mining, heritage museum, petting zoo, and on site Chow Boys Cafe.
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2709 Walden Creek Rd, Sevierville, TN 37862 MoreLess Info
With the help of 100 horses, many visitors are able to enjoy the Walden Creek Horseback Riding Stables. The trails run over 500 acres in the mountainous area, and there are daily trips offered throughout the year.
Equipped with a variety of courses, Smoky Mountain Ziplines offers exhilarating, outdoor adventures. Staffed with experienced guides, the facility includes an indoor meeting space for group parties and corporate teambuilding conferences.
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700 Hall of Fame Drive, Knoxville, TN 37915 MoreLess Info
The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame serves to preserve the history of the game with annual inductees. Opened in 1999, the facility features three courts with activities for visitors and a Hall of Honor recognizing inductees.
As the birthing place of the city, James White Fort is a reconstructed 18th century homestead used by the early settlers of the region. The property consists of a main house with original furnishings, as well as several side buildings.
Offering tours of the building, Blount Mansion provides visitors with an inside glimpse to life as a politician in the 18th century. The tour takes visitors through each room of the house, which is furnished with period pieces.
First opened in 1967, Forbidden Caverns is a trip to the world under the Smoky Mountains. Featuring guided tours, guests can explore the caves, see breath-taking formations, and learn the history of the region.
The East Tennessee History Center celebrates the history and heritage that is unique to the eastern part of the Volunteer State. Visitors will learn about pioneer and native American life, the Civil War years, and the rich musical legacy of East Tennessee.
The award-winning Knoxville Food Tours is your ticket to discovering the culinary delights of the city. Featuring tours in various districts throughout Knoxville, you'll sample award-winning cuisine and find hidden gems.