Things To Do In Blue Ridge, Georgia

Head for the hills! Celebrate Spring with treating yourself to a Blue Ridge adventure.  Here are 5 Things to do in North Georgia this season:

Trout Fishing

Fannin County, the home of Blue Ridge, is the Trout Capital of Georgia. There are over 100 miles of great trout fishing rivers, creeks and streams in the area. Until May 15, all trout anglers are restricted to using single-hook artificial lures and flies, and all trout must be immediately released unharmed.  The tributaries to the Toccoa River play the most important part of trout fishing in Fannin County. Big Creek, Noontootla Creek, Coopers Creek, Rock Creek and Fightingtown Creek are the largest of these small streams that hold stocked trout, wild trout or both.  Want to take your experience up a notch? Rent a vacation home right on a river or creek.

Take A Hike!

Imagine breathing in the fresh air as you gaze across the sweeping North Georgia mountains. Boosting more than 100,000 acres located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, including 40,000 acres in the Cohutta Wilderness Fannin County has plenty of options to "take a hike". Two of the greatest outdoor adventures in the world begin here. Both the Appalachian and Benton MacKaye Trails start at the top of Springer Mountain.

Experience A Local Brewery or Vineyard

Take in the natural beauty of North Georgia while pleasing your taste buds! There are craft breweries and wineries that are recognized among the best in Georgia. Taste the local wines and brews right where they are made, in tasting rooms, or on local dining and bar menus!

Visit Downtown Blue Ridge

Stroll through the quaint and historic downtown Blue Ridge.  You will find a unique variety of antiques, specialty shops, galleries, restaurants, and more. Nestled in amongst the mountains, you'll find friendly faces and that small town atmosphere where everyone is welcome.

Take A Scenic Drive

Stay relaxed in your vehicle and still take in the stunning landscape of North Georgia. There are plenty of drives to explore the area from the comfort of your car seat.

Need a place to stay during your mountain vacation? View Cabin Rentals

Want more things to do? View Resources or Blue Ridge Guide