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Phone - (706) 632-5680
Toll-free (800) 899-MTNS (6867)

May 7   SAAG Spring Art Show Opening Reception
May 19   Drinking Habits
May 26   Blue Ridge Mountain Food Tours
May 26   Paradise Hills Winery Tasting Event
May 26   Live Music with Jeb Rogers
May 26   Pickin' in Horseshoe Bend Park
May 27   Chocolate Wine Pairing
May 27   Classic Cars Cruise In
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Plan Your Visit to Georgia's Blue Ridge
Detailed info for your Blue Ridge vacation

Planning a trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains? North Georgia is the place to start and Fannin County has long been known as the Gateway to the Blue Ridge. We have compiled an interactive guide to incredible experiences in our area loaded with hundreds of activities.

Whether you need detailed maps of activities in the area, information links to other websites (like the US Forest Service) for official information or even seasonal information guides for the time of your visit, here are trip planning resources to help you plan in advance of your visit, and on your smartphone or iPad while you are here:

Self-Guided Tours
Historic Blue Ridge Walking Tour
Town & Country Driving Tour
Mountain & Country Driving Tour
Day Trip Mountain & Forest Driving Tour
Cohutta Wilderness Driving Tour
Waterspots & Waterfalls
Outdoor Adventure - Waters South
Outdoor Adventure - Waters North
Outdoor Adventure - Hiking Access
Outdoor Adventure - Biking Access
Shopping Guide 2015
Restaurants & Food Spots

Area Activity Maps
Surrounded by Forests Map
Surrounded by Special Places Map
Surrounded by Waterfalls Map
Surrounded by Scenic Drives Map

Area Activity & Information Links
USFS Chattahoochee National Forest Map
USDA Forest Service
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
Fishing Guides
Gem Mining
Helicopter Rides
Horseback riding
Mini Golf
Pontoon Rentals
Sporting Clays
Stand-up Paddling
Whitewater rafting
Special Events and Entertainment Calendar
Driving Tours

Getting to Blue Ridge is quick and easy! You can be enjoying our mountains and attractions in no time at all.
From Atlanta: Take I-75 North to I-575. This becomes the Georgia Mountain Parkway (Hwy 515) at the Cherokee County - Pickens County border. Continue on this road for 55 miles to Blue Ridge.

Visit Welcome Center and Downtown Blue Ridge Caboose!
Our official Georgia Welcome Center is loaded with even more information about Blue Ridge, the North Georgia Mountains and the Southern Blue Ridge. You can find us at 152 Orvin Lance Drive, off of Hwy 515. Turn right at CVS Pharmacy then take the first left after Bank of Blue Ridge. We also have a Visitors Center located in the Red Caboose right in the middle of downtown Blue Ridge.
Fannin County Chamber of Commerce
152 Orvin Lance Drive : Blue Ridge, GA. 30513
Business: 706-632-5680 : 1-800-899-MTNS (6867)
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