Blue Ridge GA Fun Things to Do

Are you looking for some fun places to visit while staying in a luxurious Blue Ridge cabin rental? Blue Ridge, Georgia is surrounded by several special places to visit and enjoy with the family. Don't forget if you reserve with us by June 12th for any stay over 3 nights you get 10% off the rate. So book your luxurious getaway today!

1. Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, Downtown Blue Ridge.
All aboard the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway,
a 3 ½ hour ride along the Toccoa River from Blue Ridge to McCaysville.
1-800-934-1898

2. Mercier Orchards, Blue Ridge.
Southern Living Magazine’s favorite roadside apple market and more – best fried pies and apple cider anywhere.
Running over 75 years and 4 generations strong!
(706) 632-3411

3. Swan Drive-In, Blue Ridge. One of three remaining drive-in theaters in Georgia, the Swan offers first run movies year round.
To see what's playing, be sure to check out their website!

4. Ducktown Basin Museum, Ducktown, Tenn.
Tour the grounds of the historic Burra Burra Copper Mine and see exhibits on the mining heritage of the Copper Basin.
(423) 496-5778

5. Burt’s Farm, Dawsonville.
Pick a pumpkin and take a hayride from September to November each year.
(800) 600-BURT  

6. Southern Tree Plantation, Blairsville.
Blairsville's Southern Tree Plantation has lots more than Christmas trees.
Visit during October for Fun on the Farm, with pumpkins, hayrides, a petting farm, marshmallow roasting, kid's train and pony rides and much more.
(706) 745-0601

7. Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site, Dahlonega.
Located in the old county courthouse, this museum tells the story of America’s first gold rush.
Also in Dahlonega, you can pan for gold at the Consolidated or Crisson Gold Mine, this is fun for the entire family.
You can also take a tour of the gold mine while visiting Consolidated. 

8. Northeast Georgia Wine Trail.
Explore wines from Crane Creek Vineyard, in Young Harris;
to Frogtown, Three Sisters & Wolf Mountain Vineyards, in Dahlonega;
and let's not forget Habersham Winery, located in Helen. 

9. John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, N.C.
A national resource for traditional mountain music, dance, art, crafts, nature, gardening and folk lore.
John C. Campbell is “A School to Bring Folks Together,” with classes, concerts, contra dances and an annual Fall Festival.
(828) 837-2775

10. Fields of the Woods, Murphy, N.C.
A Bible park 18 miles west of Murphy,
Fields of the Woods features Prayer Mountain,
a gigantic Ten Commandments and more.
(704) 494-7855.

11. Nantahala Outdoor Center, Nantahala, N.C.
Observe kayaking, rafting and canoeing on the Nantahala River at the Nantahala Outdoor Center. 

12. Helen Alpine Village, Helen.
Re-creation of an alpine village, nestled in the Northeast Georgia Mountains,
Helen features over 200 specialty shops.
Visit during Oktoberfest in September-October.
(800) 858-8027