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Perfect for people who love art, good food & the great outdoors

Georgia's Blue Ridge

Luxury mountain cabins, breathtaking views, hiking trails, waterfalls, beautiful mountains and friendly people.

Georgia's favorite mountain town is only 90 miles north of Atlanta via I-575, but a million miles away from the city. Hop in the car, turn on the radio and soon you'll be on Blue Ridge time, enjoying some peace and quiet in the beauty of the Blue Ridge foothills. Rent a luxury mountain cabin and wake up to cool, crisp mornings with a cup of coffee on the porch. After a day of fun and adventure, finish the day in the same spot enjoying a glorious mountain sunset with a glass of wine or sweet tea. You may never want to leave the porch, but don't miss out on the fun of exploring Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Explore the towns of Blue Ridge, McCaysville & the Copper Basin

Top Blue Ridge Experiences

Winter, summer, spring and fall, Georgia’s Blue Ridge is simply beautiful. Winter is cool and quiet with occasional snow. Spring is best for trout fishing, wildflowers, blooming dogwoods and native azaleas. Summer brings a profusion of mountain laurel and rhododendron blossoms, along with warmer water for tubing & rafting. Blue Ridge is the perfect place to celebrate the harvest and the glorious color of fall, or to enjoy the holidays with family and friends. The best way to experience the beauty of the mountains and countryside is on one of our scenic driving tours.

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08/28/18

Georgia's Blue Ridge is filled with live music in small clubs & pubs, outdoor festivals and intimate concert halls!

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