Blue Ridge's premiere Aerial Adventure Park is an obstacle challenge course designed by a leading company in the industry, Historic Banning Mills. The aerial challenge course features suspended bridges, tight ropes, climbing walls, ziplines, and other fun obstacles for every age and ability.
Downtown Blue Ridge sets the stage as a fantastic back drop and venue location for a perfect early fall event. The leaves start to change with cooler days and crisp evenings that invite outdoor activities! The sounds of Blues music and the sweet smell of BBQ from local and regional cookers will fill the air as families and groups of friends enjoy this unique setting and event.
Blue Ridge Community Theater (BRCT) is a community theater group located in downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia that has produced over 50 Main Stage Theater productions. Currently, BRCT Main Stage creates quality theater with 7 productions and more than 80 performances annually along with an active Sunny D Children's Theater and Live Music is Better Concert Series.
Experience a walking tour of frightful tales, local lore, stories and histories of Blue Ridge and the surrounding area. Blue Ridge Ghost Tours is located at the Blue Ridge Booksellers on Main Street. Open Thursdays and Fridays, May through December. Call for special events.
If you love eating, exploring & having fun, our culinary tours offer you the flavorful experience you crave! This 3 hour guided walking tours will take you on a tasting adventure, discovering unique restaurants, food shops and eateries while sampling delicious foods and beverages along the way.
Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association and the Art Center's mission is to provide opportunities in the realm of art for the individual and the community. We are devoted to bringing new exhibits, new events, quality arts education and new programs to our community through arts and culture. We endeavor to provide a haven for artists to flourish.
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is a historical train ride that takes you back into the history of the North Georgia mountains. Regular 4-hour, 26 mile round trip winds along the beautiful Toccoa River in vintage, climate-controlled or open-air rail cars.
The focus of the Blue Ridge Mountains Wine & Jazz Festival is for the North Georgia Mountains to be recognized as “A Cultural Tourism Destination”, to feature regional wines being produced locally, provide financial support and opportunities for area students of Jazz music, and awareness to the community as to the importance of this legendary American music style
Called the "Showplace of the Cherokee Nation" this two-story classic brick mansion was built by Chief James Vann in 1804. Decorated with beautiful Cherokee hand carvings, the home features a cantilevered stairway and many fine antiques. Located on the outskirts of Chatsworth at the intersection of Ga. Hwys. 225 and 52-A.
Your mountain adventure starts here at North Georgia's BIGGEST family attraction where entertainment meets education. Expedition: BIGFOOT! Is a 4000sqft complex where you will see the countries largest permanent display of genuine Bigfoot artifacts, life sized exhibits, photos, sketches, large up to date sighting maps, and the World's only Bigfoot Research and Tech Vehicle on display.Enjoy The "Sasquatch Theater", browse the Gift shop, or relax in our Bigfoot Reference Library. Join us for a day you will never forget.
Looking for hiking trails less than two hours from Atlanta? On Blue Ridge Georgia hiking trails you can find yourself surrounded by woods, mountain streams and waterfalls. With 300+ miles of trails, Blue Ridge, is hiker heaven! Many Escape to Blue Ridge cabins are a short walk to hiking trails, too. Hiking trails in Blue Ridge, GA can be as ambitious as the Appalachian Trail or closer to town on the Aska Adventure Trails. For a true backcountry experience, explore the Benton MacKaye Trail which travels into more remote areas of Fannin County.
Mercier Orchards is the North Georgia Mountains number one apple orchard featuring apples, fresh mountain grown fruits, award winning fried pies and apple cider, country breakfasts, home cooked pies, you-pick family events all on a family owned farm since 1943.
Old Toccoa Farm is a semi-private course where public play is welcomed. Open six days a week (closed on Tuesday’s) with public tee times available from 8:15 am – 4:30 pm. Enjoy a round of golf on the pristine new nine holes course amongst the massive bunkers and hardwoods of Old Toccoa Farm, which is situated on the beautiful lower Toccoa River. Lessons can be scheduled with one of our two PGA Professionals.
A two and one half mile round trip ride by railroad motor car traveling through the Iron Bridge over the beautiful Toccoa River, then returning over the bridge to the Historic Mineral Bluff Depot. Model railroad display, food vendors and more.
Located atop Lookout Mountain, Georgia, Rock City is one of Chattanooga's premier attractions. Rock City is a true marvel of nature featuring massive ancient rock formations, gardens with over 400 native plant species, and breathtaking "See 7 States" panoramic views.
In Blue Ridge Georgia scenic drives are a popular pastime. Gorgeous views of mountain vistas, verdant valleys and rushing rivers put the fun back in driving! Trips vary - from a leisurely tour of country roads to off-road, four-wheel drive adventures. Sports car enthusiasts hug the curves and challenge steep grades on other routes. Whether relaxing or exhilarating, Blue Ridge, GA scenic drives are within short driving distances to our North Georgia vacation rental cabins.
Enjoy a refreshing mountain ride that starts at the intersection of US 76 and Hwy 5 in Blue Ridge Georgia on your east toward Blairsville, Georgia. The ride is nearly 37 miles and should take around 1.5 to 2 hours round trip. Along the way you'll enjoy some twisties after you turn on Weaver Creed Road off of Aska Road. You'll travel down the winding Snake Nation Road (name prior to the Trail of Tears) as you approach Deep Gap (over 2,200 feet), which is close to where the Appalachian Trail begins. Further down you'll approach Highway 60 to return back to Blue Ridge or take a right toward Suches and Dahlonega for more mountain curves and incredible scenery.