- Our list of the best things to do in Chatsworth, Georgia, features the top 60 nearby activities — including 26 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Chatsworth, GA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Sights & Landmarks, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 8 things to do within the city of Chatsworth, GA , followed by 52 popular activities in nearby cities, including Ellijay, Dalton, Calhoun, Ocoee, Blue Ridge, Benton, Tunnel Hill and Cleveland
93% 59 votes
2084 South Chestatee/Highway 60, Dahlonega, GA MoreLess Info
Appalachian Outfitters is open from March to November. In addition to equipment rentals and sales, the company offers canoe and kayak trips, tubing trips, and overnight trips with the possibility of special customized trips.
The Little River Trail is a trail that is suitable for cycling, running and walking. Formerly the site of a mill, there are a number of trails onsite which vary in length, and the opportunity for picnicking.
The famous Russel Stover company supplies its candies all over the country, but the Russell Stover Factory Outlet provides many more products than are normally available. Shoppers also get to purchase the items at a lower than normal cost in most cases.
90% 10 votes
300 White Columns Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30004 MoreLess Info
White Columns Country Club is a private country club which features an 18 hole, Tom Fazio designed golf course which is 7,053 yards in length. Other amenities at the club include a fitness center, tennis center and swimming center.
4432 Cave Spring Road SW, Rome, GA 30161 MoreLess Info
With new lines being added every year, Daredevil Ziplines has been giving the fans what they ask for. Visitors can now zip line over the 20 acre lake, an upside down zip line, and obstacle ziplines for a real thrill.
Pigs Gone Amuk is a public 18-hole miniature golf course operated by and located right across from Jim's Smokin Que restaurant. In addition to playing putt-putt, visitors also enjoy a large selection of ice cream at the course.
The regional and Appalachian history with emphasis on the Tellico Plains area is preserved in the Charles Hall Museum. The institute is actually named after local historian Charles Hall, and the collection currently has over 6000 artifacts.
93% 98 votes
225 Cherohala Skwy, Tellico Plains, TN 37385 MoreLess Info
Considered to be a necessity before starting up the actual Skyway, the Cherohala Skyway Visitor Center has free maps, up to date driving conditions, and local area souvenirs and gifts. Picnic tables and restrooms are also available on site.