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Tag Archives: Blue Ridge Activities
Helton Creek Falls is a beautiful place to visit, any time of year. If you are planning to stay in Blue Ridge, GA for your vacation, go visit Helton Creek Falls south of Blairsville.
One of the truly unique things about Blue Ridge is its location. Within 15-20 miles, you can be in either Tennessee or North Carolina. You can actually visit 3 states while you are on vacation, not just Georgia. There’s plenty … Continue reading
Blue Ridge Under The Big Top: CirqueFit Flying Trapeze! This month in our “Local Merchant Spotlight”, we take to the air with the greatest of ease, at the CirqueFit Flying Trapeze located right in downtown Blue Ridge. Nestled on Ada … Continue reading
Day 1, Jack Bear’s Cabin in the Woods Arrived at Jack Bear Cabin in Blue Ridge, Georgia and was very impressed with the accommodations! This cabin has plenty of space inside & out – love the decks with grill, hot tub, fireplace … Continue reading
Now that it is August, summer is starting to wind down here in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Summer is a great time for outdoor adventure, especially anything to do with the water. Tubing, swimming, whitewater rafting, canoeing and kayaking, fishing. … Continue reading
Should I be out here by myself? I was hiking with an acquaintance this winter on one of the many hiking trails near Blue Ridge, GA and they asked me, “Should I hike alone up here? Is it safe?” I … Continue reading
Last weekend, our cousin and her family came up to stay with us at Holly Hollow, one of our cabins near Blue Ridge. On Sunday, we headed out for a little family adventure with them, heading up to Benton Falls … Continue reading
An interview with Tim Richter – Toccoa Riverside Restaurant Kicking us off in what we hope will be a lengthy series showcasing the many small businesses, entrepreneurs & non-profits that help make Blue Ridge, Georgia and the surrounding mountain community … Continue reading
Once we get everyone settled into their cabins, we go out for a little adventure ourselves. Over MLK Weekend, we decided to do an overnight hike, camping on top of Springer Mountain, the Southern Terminus of the Appalachian Trail. Right … Continue reading