Category: Activities

Play Hard, Play Safe — Make Your Fall Visit Fun and Healthy

Fall in the mountains is good for the soul, with fresh air and beautiful views to spare. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or the 100th, you’ll find North Georgia is nature’s remedy for the quarantine blues. While Georgia’s governor has “reopened” the state, it’s not quite business as usual. Guidelines are in place to help discourage the spread of COVID-19, but it’s nothing that should negatively affect your trip. Just plan ahead, choose sensible things to do and follow some precautions to make the most of your visit.

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5 Things to Do — Fall 2020

Check out the best things to do while you’re visiting the North Georgia mountains in the fall!

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Fall Is Festival Season in the Mountains

We’re quick to celebrate here in the North Georgia mountains. And if it’s fall, you can bet there’s a festival, showcase or special event happening somewhere! Mark your calendar
now for these great events!

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Best Spring & Fall Hikes

Spring hiking is a special treat. The wildflowers are starting to pop up, the waterfalls are flowing with a winter’s worth of rain and the summit views are simply stunning. In the Fall, you the views are even more amazing with the changing of the leaves.

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5 Things to Do — Fall 2019

5 great places to eat in Georgia’s Blue Ridge: Misty Mountain Hops, Carroll’s Barbeque, Mystic Mountain Pizza, Hansen’s Grill and Bread & Bleu

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September 8, 2020
Look for our current issue in your cabin, at the Visitor Centers and around town in red boxes or racks.


Most lodging providers in Fannin County will have copies of the latest issue on display or available in your rental. If you don’t see a copy, you can find one at various locations around the area, including:

  • Visitor Centers
  • Lodging Providers
  • Retailers & Restaurants
  • Activity & Event Locations
  • Red Wooden Boxes & Wire Racks All Around Town

For all the locations, click here.

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