Stovall Mill Covered Bridge in Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia
10 Free Things to Do in the Northeast Georgia Mountains
Have fun with family in the Northeast Georgia Mountains without spending much cash.
Babyland General Hospital
A free tour of Babyland General Hospital in Cleveland lets you see Cabbage Patch Kids being born, but fair warning: Your kids will probably want to adopt one!
Chattahoochee Forest National Fish Hatchery
See rainbow trout as they develop at the Chattahoochee Forest National Fish Hatchery in Suches. Take a pole and fish in Rock Creek (with Georgia fishing license and trout stamp). Monday through Friday: call ahead.
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest
The Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest-CNF, in the north-central section of Georgia, has waterfalls, trails and lakes for fishing and swimming, and the highest point in Georgia, Brasstown Bald. Many of the day-use areas are free, others have a small fee.
Geocaching in Jackson County
Bring your GPS to search for clues and learn about North Georgia history, species of trees and animals. Geocaching in Jackson County is free and open all year.
The Georgia Guidestones, four 19-foot-tall granite pillars erected in 1979, are a curiosity worth exploring in Elberton.
The Gourd Place
More than 200 gourds from 23 countries can be seen at The Gourd Place near Helen. See everything from contemporary works to early-American reproductions to gourds from around the world.
Mountain Fresh Creamery & Glo-Crest Dairy
Watch your milk being bottled while you shop for minimally processed dairy products, including milk, cheese and butter Mountain Fresh Creamery & Glo-Crest Dairy in Clermont.
Old Sautee Store & Museum
See artifacts from a country store founded in 1872, then buy fresh-baked bread or farmers cheese at the Old Sautee Store & Museum in Sautee Nacoochee.
Stovall Mill Covered Bridge
Picnic within view of Georgia’s shortest clear span covered bridge, Stovall Mill Covered Bridge, built in 1895.
Walking Tour of Our Solar System
The 1.8-mile scale model Walking Tour of Our Solar System begins at the sun on the southeast corner of the Gainesville downtown square.