Blue Ridge Water Activities and Water-Fun Blue Ridge Cabin Rentals


Summertime! What comes to your mind? Splashing in the cool mountain waters of North Georgia’s clear clean rivers and crystal blue lakes…peacefully paddling on the calm turquoise waters of Lake Blue Ridge…experiencing an adrenaline rush rafting the exhilarating waters of the Ocoee River…lazing away a summer day drifting down the Toccoa River in a tube, canoe, or kayak. Whatever your water preference, Blue Ridge, GA features some of the best places on the Toccoa River, Fightingtown Creek, Lake Blue Ridge, and the Ocoee River for dipping your toes - or even just all in - in the cool refreshing waters of our beautiful North Georgia mountains, and Cabin Rentals of Georgia has the unequaled luxury cabin for you.

Finding the ideal Blue Ridge vacation rental for your family and friends is effortless with Cabin Rentals of Georgia. To get away and spend a few days in a luxury cabin along the water’s edge and enjoy the ultimate mountain experience is on the bucket list for this summer. Cabin Rentals of Georgia offers several awesome water-fun cabins that kids just love (and adults), not only for the cool interiors and game rooms, but for the outdoor water experiences they can enjoy from the cabin or nearby water outfitters.

Whether you want a luxury Blue Ridge cabin on the river, over the river, on the lake, on a creek, by the creek, or very close to Ocoee whitewater rafting, Cabin Rentals of Georgia offers cabins beyond compare that will please even the most discriminating guest. Whatever your water preference, we can certainly accommodate!


Creekside Bend Cabin is a luxury Blue Ridge cabin situated on Fightingtown Creek. At this idyllic river spot, you can enjoy tying a tube to a tree to enjoy the cool refreshing waters, or you can throw a line in and catch a fish or two.

Our luxury cabin rentals on the Toccoa River (A Rolling River Cabin, The River's Edge, and Fallen Timber Lodge) offer fun water experiences from putting in a tube or kayak to fishing or swimming. A couple of other cabins that are more elevated (Riverview Lodge and Outlaw Ridge Lodge) can still access the Toccoa River via a hiking path down the mountain. When our kids want to swim in the river and not float away, they tie up a long ski rope to a tree and tie it to their tube so that they can lazily float in the river in one spot. Many an hour is spent reading a book, basking in the sun, or cooling off in the water while simply floating in place. The Toccoa River is controlled by TVA and water is released daily from the dam, so be alert to rising water, as it happens quickly.

If you have your own tubes or kayaks, you can easily put into the Toccoa River in Blue Ridge and enjoy a float down the river if you’re staying at A Rolling River Cabin and Fallen Timber Lodge. For about 2.5 hours, if the river is low, you will float into McCaysville’s Horseshoe Bend Park to take out and meet your ride back to the cabin. If you want to keep going for another 45 minutes or so, you will end up almost to McCaysville and there will be a place to the right to pull out with a couple of picnic benches and a place for your driver to pick you up, which will actually be closer for the driver vs. driving to Horseshoe Bend Park.



Along the Toccoa River you can find Riverview Lodge and Outlaw Ridge Lodge perched high in the mountainside overlooking the big waters of the river and the North Georgia mountains. These popular 5 bedroom/5 bath cabins are ideal for family vacations along the river. Taking a hike down the mountain, or the staircase located halfway down, will energize you and delight you as you find picnic tables and fire pits down by the riverside.



From the marina, rent a pontoon, stand-up paddle board, lake activities abound - not to mention all the different kinds of fish that live in Lake Blue Ridge. It’s a fisherman’s paradise. If swimming is your bent, the waters of the lake are so crystal clear that you can see as far down as humanly possible.


Serendipity on Noontootla is further down Aska Road along the famed Noontootla Creek. This 5/5 features an incredible treehouse with a large hot tub, outdoor fireplace, and a manicured walking path down to the river where a cool iron fire pit awaits your s’mores and hot dogs! A large gazebo on the river’s edge is the place to relax and keep a watchful eye while the kids are swimming in the river and climbing the rocks. 

Cherokee Sunrise sits next door to Serendipity on Noontootla on 30 acres of what used to be an old Cherokee Indian settlement with ½ mile of famed Noontootla Creek harboring beautiful rainbow trout, so the fishing is awesome. Not to mention a large pond FULL of a huge variety of fish - just don’t catch Charlie, though! He’s the resident orange and white Koi who’s been living there for years! 

To fish for monster rainbow trout and browns on Noontootla Creek, give Andrew a call at Toccoa River Outfitters and he will give you the thrill of a lifetime. Providing all the equipment you'll need for fly-fishing, Andrew and his crew will give you a great time!


If you want to be 15-30 minutes away from the most heart-pumping thrill-seeking adventure on the water, then the Toccoa River Luxury Cabin Rentals (The River's Edge, A Rolling River Cabin, Outlaw Ridge, Riverview Lodge, and Fallen Timber Lodge), are your tickets to awesome whitewater rafting!

Situated close to Hwy 5 into McCaysville, GA and into Ducktown, TN your adventure starts at the cabin and you’re not far from adventure! Once you cross the border from Georgia into Tennessee, the Toccoa River turns into the Ocoee River. Experience 5-10 miles of Class III-IV rapids on one of the country’s premier rivers. It’s truly an experience of a lifetime.

So come to Blue Ridge and experience the exciting and exhilarating water opportunities that abound in the North Georgia mountains. Cabin Rentals of Georgia will provide your luxury cabin with more amenities than you can imagine and more memories than you can hold. We look forward to having you stay with us!