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08/29/21

How To Be a Great Outdoors Visitor

Nature's bounty is plentiful in the beautiful North Georgia Mountains! Here are some important practices to put in place while enjoying these outdoor resources. Help maintain the great outdoors for generations to come.

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08/29/21

Surprises Just Over the Border

Did you know that Georgia’s McCaysville is part of the Copper Basin, which also includes cities just over the border in Tennessee: Ducktown and Copperhill? And oh what a story this region has to tell.

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07/28/21

16 Waterfalls Within an Hour of Blue Ridge

An ideal place to unwind in nature Blue Ridge, Georgia, about 90 minutes north of Atlanta via I-575, greets visitors with a breath of clean mountain air and offers an easy escape with waterfalls to chase and hikes to...

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06/28/21

Blue Ridge for Outdoor Sports Lovers

Plenty a weekend is spent in the mountains of Blue Ridge, feet lounging on the deck of log cabin…juicy novel in hand and libation within reach. We applaud this! But sometimes, you need to be challenged, you need to...

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06/28/21

Where to Find Water in Blue Ridge GA

Blue Ridge GA is surrounded by some of the most pristine and cooling waters in the southeastern USA. Perfect for summer activities of all kinds, the waters run through the area in shimmering lakes, tumbling creeks and...

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05/27/21

Where To Find Cool in Blue Ridge, Georgia

Jump into a cool wilderness water spot. Hear some live music with drinks and great food in town. Do some shopping at all kinds of unique shops and art galleries. Blue Ridge GA has many layers of cool!

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05/26/21

Discover Inola in Blue Ridge

Set right outside of downtown Blue Ridge, a visit to Inola is like walking back in time to the early founding period in America. A colonial style village built in the 1980s, the property modeled after Colonial...

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