Three Sisters Vineyards is having free open houses on October 30 & 31st. It is Halloween in Georgia Wine Country...or as they like to call it "HalloWine!" Stay in one of our Lake Blue Ridge Cabins and visit Three Sisters Winery on October 30 & 31st between 12:30-5:00 PM for some spooky fun during their "HalloWine Weekend!" They will have scary ghosts and hoot-nanny music on Saturday by BlueBilly Grit and on Sunday by The Buzzard Mountain Boys. Drop by to say Happy Halloween and enjoy their "Blood Mountain Red."
Directions to Three Sisters Vineyards:
Travel south from the Blairsville square on HWY 129/19 towards Cleveland/Dahlonega (up over BLood Mountain past the Walasi-yi Center) about 21 miles to Turner Corner Cafe and the area know as "Turner's Corner." Turn right onto HWY 19. Travel about 2.2 miles to Damascus Church Rd. Turn left onto Damascus Church Rd and go about 3.3 miles to Ridge Point Drive and the Frogtown Cellars sign. Turn right onto Ridge Point Rd and travel up the hill past Frogtown Cellars. Go another 200 feet until you come to the Three Sisters Vineyards entrance sign on your left. Turn left and travel down the gravel road to the winery.
Mark your calendar and plan to come enjoy a day with your pet in the Fourth Annual Fall Festival Paws in the Park. The event includes a pet parade, pet education and demonstrations, rabies clinic, micro-chipping, contests, prizes, photos with your pet, and much much more - last year's event featured llamas! October 23rd from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Parade starts at 10:00 am - an event not to miss! Sponsored by the Humane Society of Blue Ridge, Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association and Love Dogs and Cats Too.
Southern Tree Plantation, located in the heart of the North Georgia Mountains in Blairsville - the next town up from Blue Ridge, is an active plantation growing thousands of pumpkins and Christmas trees. Every year we look forward to taking part in all the fun things to do at Southern Tree Plantation, where you could easily spend half a day there. Family-run and operated, the plantation is loaded with fun activities and things to do for the entire family during their Fall and Christmas seasons. Every year that we go, the kids look forward to the miniature train ride around the plantation, and the hayride is one of the best around. The rolling hills, mountain scenery, Christmas tree farm, and pumpkin patches are exquisitely beautiful as you view them from the hayride. They have a petting farm, and pony rides which are fun for small kids. We always end up spending a long time in the park where a large inflatable slide beckons the kids to play. Take a picnic lunch and watch the kids have fun, because you'll be there for a while! There is a wooden maze that is a lot of fun for everyone, and at the end of the day, you can take home some pumpkins for the season. There are a lot of fun things to do in Blue Ridge this time of year while staying in a luxury Georgia Rental, and visiting Southern Tree Plantation tops our list every year!
With its mild temperatures and beautiful scenery there is no better place than to stay in a Georgia Rentals cabin located in the North Georgia Mountains during fall. Each October the Georgia Mountain Fall Festival comes to the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds in Hiawassee, GA. Featuring Music Shows, Arts & Crafts, Exhibits, Live Shark Show (new attraction), Lovey the Clown, Funtime Express Trackless Train Rides and more. Don't miss out October 8 - 16, 2010; Weekdays 10:00a to 8:00p, Saturday 10:00a to 8:00p, and Sunday 10:00a to 6:00p.
This beautiful mountain cabin offers an idyllic blend of quality, rustic elegance, and luxurious comfort. Cloud 9 captures one of the most amazing three-state mountain views that North Georgia has to offer. You will be immediately enveloped in comfortable luxury, anticipating moments of togetherness with family and friends. Enjoy a friendly game of pool or air hockey, or just relax and watch that much-anticipated ball game.