About Blue Ridge Georgia

About the North Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains

If you plan to vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia, you will be in for breathtaking mountain views, along with plenty peace and serenity – unless you are looking for wild outdoor adventures and you will find that too in one of the South East’s best kept secret vacation destination.

So Much to do in the North Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains

If it is the water you love, you might be surprised to learn the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia area is also home to many natural and manmade lakes.

Awesome fishingtubing, swimming, canoeingwhitewater raftingstand-up paddleboarding, and boating await you in the Blue Ridge area including Lake Blue Ridge, so whether it’s hikingbiking or a trip to the marina, you’ll find everything you desire in Blue Ridge, GA.

As much was just presented to you about all of the great times you can have on a vacation in the North Georgia Blue Ridge area, keep in mind it is not all there is to do if you would like to unwind. For example, if you love golf then you must play on one of the many championship golf courses in the Blue Ridge Georgia area and there are also some great stores and museums in the area. Even Stone Mountain Georgia is not far from all that you can enjoy around the Blue Ridge Georgia area.

Most people coming to Blue Ridge Georgia are taking a vacation and are looking to rent a cabin so that they can enjoy affordable luxurious accommodations that are close to everything, but still want to feel like they are tucked away in the mountains.

Whether it’s a vacation for the entire family or a romantic getaway weekend for two, A Blue Ridge vacation with Blue Ridge Vacations LLC is just what you are looking for and you’ll find that cabin and vacation home rentals offer you privacy as well as provide a wonderful way to be close to nature without ’roughing it too much’. After all, wouldn’t it be great after a day of hiking to relax in the hot tub or the Jacuzzi followed by snuggling by the fireplace?

What makes Blue Ridge Georgia great is that Blue Ridge Vacations LLC has a nice inventory of vacation homes and a log cabin for rent allowing you to enjoy the great outdoors with things such as a trip to the lake, marina, horseback riding or a night of relaxing out on the cabin’s deck under the stars.

National Forests, Rivers, and Lake in North Georgia

A popular wildlife area park in North Georgia is the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, spreading across over 860,000 acres of gorgeous wilderness, with over 530 miles of trails that visitors can explore by hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, or revving up their off-road vehicles.

Take advantage of photo opportunities on your Blue Ridge vacation atop one of the many rolling hills and mountains within the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, or enjoy a picnic with all the amenities including picnic tables, grills and even campsites.

The nearby Nantahala National Forest provides even more opportunity for outdoor adventure. Located in Cherokee County, just south of all of the Kaylor’s Mountain cabin rentals, the Nantahala Forrest offers hiking, swimming, mountain biking, nature trails, horseback riding, and more.

Adjacent to Nantahala National Forest is the Cherokee National Forest, which spans an immense 652,000 acres of pristine land where visitors can fish, camp, hunt, picnic, boat, hike, bike, or leisurely enjoy the relaxing outdoors.

Water sports abound on the flowing Chattahoochee, Toccoa, and Chattooga Rivers, as well as numerous lakes -from the 18-acre Lake Winfield Scott to the 15,333-acre Lake Sinclair. Enjoy swimming, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, white water rafting, and fishing in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia. 

 Fishermen love Georgia’s waters which are full of rock bass, smallmouth bass, brown trout, rainbow trout, bream, perch, catfish, and crappie. Anglers can fish from the shoreline or on one of the docks or piers in the area. If you are looking for a boat ramp, they can be found around the perimeters of the lakes and rivers, usually near the campsites. History buffs will also enjoy visiting the sites where Civil War battles were fought in the area along with the Trail of Tears, which passed through this region.