- Our list of the best things to do in Ocoee, Tennessee, features the top 60 nearby activities — including 36 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ocoee, TN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Water Activities, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 9 things to do within the city of Ocoee, TN , followed by 52 popular activities in nearby cities, including Cleveland, Ducktown, Athens, Benton, Blue Ridge, Chatsworth, Dalton, Copperhill and Harrison
The Red Clay State Historic Park encompasses just over 260-acres of narrow valley land. The park was even the last seat of the Cherokee national government before the Indian Removal Act, and there are currently several displays and exhibits about the Cherokee people.
Prater's Mill has a rich history, involving the Civil War and the Indian raids. The 19th century Mill is still functional, even after a century and a half has passed since it was constructed. It can host special themed events, such as weddings.
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A fun family outing, Blue Ridge Mountain Trail Rides at Hells Hollow is home to many beautiful horses and ponies. This ranch further offers several horseback riding tours along with a trail for scenic nature walks.
Located over 14 wooded acres, the Ocoee River Basic Canopy Tour is actually an extension of the Wildwater Ocoee Center. The attraction features three sky bridges, 9 zip line sections, and a three-level platform with long range views of the area.
Whitewater rafting trips are offered through Carolina Outfitters. Guests can choose from guide-in-boat, guide-assisted or unguided trips along the Nantahala River for whitewater rafting all season. Previous experience is not required.
Located on the Ocoee River in the Appalachian Mountains, Carolina Ocoee is a family-owned rafting company providing memorable and scenic raft tours. Tours are guided by experienced local residents with over 20 years of experience in the rafting business.
Ducktown Basin Museum provides visitors with a history of this copper mining community. The museum is located on the site of the old Burra Burra Mine, where artifacts, photos and displays paint a picture of the heritage of the area. Tours are available by appointment.