- The list below includes 61 free or cheap things to do in or near Murphy, North Carolina, including 68 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters, Walking Trails and Amusement Parks (All Ages).
- From Murphy River Walk to Fire Creek Falls, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Murphy and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Blue Ridge, Blairsville, Ducktown and Hiawassee.
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86 E Main Street, Franklin, NC 28734 MoreLess Info
The historic Scottish Tartans Museum & Heritage Center is a museum and gift shop that was founded to study the origins and development of the tartans. The museum has artifacts including rare Scottish books, kilts, and sporrans.
Featuring a guide familiar with the region's waterways, Western NC Fly Fishing Guide takes visitors to fishing destinations like Nantahala River and Tuckaseegee River. The guide provides all the fishing equipment, from rods to flies.
A white water rafting trip with Adventures Unlimited is your opportunity to enjoy a full-service rafting and camping adventure. Featuring a variety of rafting packages, log cabin lodging, or camping hookups, this adventure should be on your bucket list.
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8065 South Main Street, White County, Cleveland, GA 30545 MoreLess Info
A miniature golf course designed in keeping with Helen's German mountain town theme, Bavarian Mountain Miniature Golf offers two courses with uniquely and challengingly designed holes. The course hosts private parties, and also features an arcade.
95% 859 votes
240 Amicalola Falls State Park Road, Dawsonville, GA 30534 MoreLess Info
Dawsonville, Georgia is home to Amicalola Falls State Park. Its vast camping facilities include tent plots, RV hookups, rental cottages, an inn, a mid-size lodge and a covered lean-to. Park access is free, but parking is $5 per vehicle.
Entertaining in a scary way, Where Shadows Walk features tours of haunted houses, buildings and graveyards. Along with cemetery tours, there are also historical and special holiday outings dedicated to seeing and experiencing ghosts.
Providing river rafting thrills since 1978, High Country Adventures, offers river packages including Level V rapids for the most adventurous rafters. Guests can also book caving and rock climbing excursions, cabin rentals, and rope courses.
Focusing on a tour of the caverns, the Lost Sea Adventure allows guests to visit the underground lake while a guide explains the exciting and colorful history of the site. Once at the bottom of the cave, they then board a glass-bottom boat for a trip across the Lost Sea.