Featured Destinations in the North Georgia and Western North Carolina Mountains
Enjoy a spectacular mountain view from the porch of a cozy mountain cabin or luxury vacation home. Renew your spirit on a day hiking to nearby waterfalls or horseback riding on forested trails in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Looking for quiet romance or peace of mind? Try spending the day watching the sun glimmer across the aqua blue waters of Lake Blue Ridge or crystal clear Toccoa River.
152 Orvin Lance Dr • Blue Ridge, GA 30513 • 706.632.5680 • www.BlueRidgeMountains.com
This family-friendly burb hosts nearly two dozen festivals and events each year, including favorites Blairsville Scottish Festival in June and the Sorghum Festival in October. There are deluxe cabin accommodations tucked all over the county with stunning views of woods and water. Blairsville-Union County is a perfect choice for any season!
129 Union County Recreation • Blairsville, GA • 706.745.5789 • www.VisitBlairsville.com
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Visit historic downtown Blue Ridge for a unique shopping experience, ride the scenic railroad, spend time on Lake Blue Ridge, go to a drive-in movie and dine at some truly wonderful restaurants.
You will find a festival of one kind or another in Downtown Blue Ridge almost every month of the year.
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