- The list below includes 55 free or cheap things to do in or near Ocoee, Tennessee, including 62 different types of inexpensive activities like Rafting, Ziplines, Parks and Farms & Ranches.
- From Cherokee Rafting to High Country Adventures, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ocoee and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cleveland, Ducktown, Athens and Benton.
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87 Peachtree Street, Murphy, NC 28906 MoreLess Info
The Cherokee County Historical Museum Inc. is dedicated to preserving the local history of the area. The museum contains over 2000 artifacts of the Cherokee Indians, some dating back as far as the civil war.
Henn Movie Theater is an historic single movie theater that was established in 1934. The facility shows movies in surround sound and offers a large selection of concessions. Henn Movie Theater is currently expanding their facilities.
Three miles of trails winding along the Valley and Hiwassee Rivers make up the Murphy River Walk. The easy walk takes visitors through several different natural environments surrounding the historic town of Murphy.
The spacious Reece Apple House is an apple orchard and produce market in Ellijay, Georgia. This family-owned business is a premier destination for apples, cider, confections, preserves and other delicious treats.
Chattanooga's Raccoon Mountain Caverns is a mapped cave system covering almost six miles of explored territory, with many more potentially awaiting discovery. Visitors to Raccoon Mountain Caverns may also pan for gems at no extra charge.
Hillcrest Orhcards is a family owned orchard and farmer's market known for its annual Apple Pickin' Jubilee where visitors get to pick their own apples from the orchards. Other attractions here include wagon rides, pig races, a petting zoo and a playground which features a 50 foot slide.
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Nantahala National Forest, Murphy, NC 28906 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, and a variety of other recreational activities at Hanging Dog Recreation Area. The area offers access to Hiwassee Lake where visitors can also enjoy fishing and boating.
The conservation and preservation of the Rock Creek watershed is the focus of the Lula Lake & Land Trust. The natural and historic landscapes in the region are protected through the restrictions of only low impact recreation and education of the public.