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Things to do in Georgia's Blue Ridge

Hike, fish, shop or simply relax.

 

Cool Places ...

While many people make the journey to Blue Ridge, McCaysville and Fannin County for our natural attractions, there are many cool places and experiences to make your visit more fun! You will fall in love with the authentic mountain towns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville. The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway begins its journey at the historic Blue Ridge Depot and winds its way along the Toccoa River to McCaysville, twin city to Copperhill, Tennessee. Don’t miss Mercier Orchards, largest apple orchard in the southeast and home of the best fried apple pie anywhere. Blue Ridge’s Swan Drive-In is one of three remaining drive-in theaters In Georgia. More Cool Places

 

Family Fun ...

Whether it's playing Scrabble or Monopoly in your cabin, hiking to a waterfall, going to a festival or the Swan Drive-in, the best thing about visiting Georgia's Blue Ridge is spending quality time with family and friends. Take the kids on a Geocaching adventure, using your GPS to find hidden treasures. Visit our Welcome Center for a copy of our Family Adventure Game, or download it here, to win a fun prize when you complete it. Lots more ideas for Family Fun ….

 

Outdoor Adventure ...

With 106,000 acres of the Chattahoochee National Forest in the county, Georgia's Blue Ridge has countless opportunities for outdoor fun. Go hiking to one of our local waterfalls. Float the beautiful Toccoa River, or go rafting on the exciting Ocoee River. Rent a pontoon or a jet ski on Lake Blue Ridge, or swim at Morganton Point. Catch a trophy trout; Fannin County is the Trout Capital of Georgia. Go horseback riding on forested trails or on a zipline adventure through the trees. More Outdoor Adventure

 

Arts & Entertainment...

Arts & Culture are alive and growing like kudzu in the mountains of north central Georgia, and just lately there's more live entertainment and music in our mountain towns. The Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, one of the finest in Georgia Mountains, has the goal of making Blue Ridge one of the Top 100 Art Towns in America. The Blue Ridge Community Theater has a new theater and a full calendar of productions, including a live music schedule. Downtown Blue Ridge has become known for the quality of its art galleries and fine specialty shops, and just recently new restaurants have added a little new nightlife to the area. Here's a sampling of our Arts Town Experience

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