- TripBuzz found 54 things to do with kids in or near Toccoa, Georgia, including 48 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Helen, Clarkesville, Walhalla and Sautee Nacoochee.
- From Currahee Military Museum to Rose Lanes Bowling Corp, the Toccoa area offers 70 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Bowling, Military Museums and Waterfalls.
- The city of Toccoa, settled in Stephens County, Georgia, is home to just under 10,000 residents in an area of 8 square miles. The county seat of Stephens, Toccoa maintains a history rich in Native American culture, marked also by the Gold Rush and World War II. The city is center for a variety of businesses and also host to a variety of art festivals and celebrations of culture.
Owned by Clemson University, Doug Kingsmore Stadium is a baseball stadium used primarily for NCAA baseball. The stadium provides seating for 4,500 along with plaza and patio areas, concession stands, batting cages and a large replay screen.
78% 23 votes
210 Madren Center Drive, Clemson, SC 29634 MoreLess Info
Home to the collegiate golf team, The Walker Course At Clemson University, is an 18-hole course designed to accommodate golfers of all skill levels. Featuring rolling hills and long fairways, this course is ranked in the top ten collegiate courses, in America.
92% 145 votes
150 Discovery Lane, Clemson, SC 29631 MoreLess Info
Featuring 295-acres of landscapes, gardens, and nature trails, South Carolina Botanical Gardens, is an ideal place to getaway and experience the beauty of nature. On the site is a 70-acre arboretum, butterfly garden, and wildflower meadow.
Established in 1930, the Fike Recreation Center is a recreational building that features a 30' climbing wall, six basketball courts, and a wellness zone. The facility is also home to the McHugh Natatorium and a .1-mile indoor track.
83% 6 votes
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.
The Fort Hill Plantation was owned by statesman John C. Calhoun from 1825 to 1850. Calhoun sold the plantation to the state to establish an agricultural college, and the home is furnished with artifacts belonging to his family.
82% 17 votes
207 Keowee Trail, Clemson, SC 29631 MoreLess Info
Named for a former Clemson mayor, Larry W. Abernathy Waterfront Park offers access to Lake Hartwell and includes a boardwalk. The park can be used for walking and picnics and includes benches and a pavilion.
Cateechee Golf Club is a semi-private facility offering a challenging yet, exciting game of golf on its par-72 course which is surrounded by rolling hills and valleys and includes multiple water features and groomed fairways.
Since 1828 the Turner family has been operating The LoganBerry Heritage Farm. With a focus on naturally grown organic foods and sustainability, the farm offers seasonal produce from beef and eggs to heritage vegetables like potatoes, parsnips and garlic.
Often referred to as 'Death Valley', Memorial Stadium, is home to the NCAA football team Clemson Tigers. Originally built in 1942, the stadium has played host to dozens of thrilling football games attended by millions of spectators.