Blue Ridge in the Blue Ridge Area

The Swinging Bridge

The swinging bridge is a part of the Benton McCaye Trail and was originally built for logging purposes.  read more »

Fannin County Park

This park offers your typical recreational activities with its multiple baseball and soccer fields and is used for many rostered county and school sport events.  read more »

Roadside Park on Old 76 Hwy

Small park that offers views of Lake Blue Ridge, depending on the season.  read more »

Christy Lee's Courtyard Grill

Restaurant in downtown Blue Ridge with great patio.  read more »

Blue Ridge is the Trout Capital of Georgia

House Resolution 1773, passed this week making Blue Ridge the official Trout Capital of Georgia  read more »

Falls Branch Falls

A short hike will bring you to these beautiful falls just south of Blue Ridge  read more »

Save the Hemlocks in Fannin County

The public is invited to a free Hemlock Help Clinic presented by SAVE GEORGIA‚ÄôS HEMLOCKS for information on the threat to our hemlocks and how to recognize it  read more »

Sprint Triathlon in Blue Ridge

Scenic race in the North GA Mountains! 600 yd. swim, 18 mile bike, 5k  read more »

Monteluce Winery

Monteluce Winery is one of the wineries within driving distance of Blue Ridge, GA  read more »

Stand Up Paddling - SUP

Blue Ridge welcomes the new wave in water sports, Stand Up Paddling. This sport provides core strengthening, endurance, balance and oneness with the water and nature.  read more »

Lakewood Landing Boat Ramp - Lake Blue Ridge

Lakewood Landing is a public access point to Lake Blue Ridge.  read more »

Morganton Point Recreation Area

Morganton Point is a public access point for Lake Blue Ridge and a great place to take the family to the beach of Lake Blue Ridge.  read more »

4th of July Fireworks at Lake Blue Ridge

Celebrate Independence Day with Fireworks over Lake Blue Ridge  read more »

Secluded Cabin Rental between Blue Ridge and McCaysville

Blueberry Lane Cabin Rental is located approximately 8 miles north of downtown Blue Ridge and 1 mile south of McCaysville. McCaysville shares the Georgia / Tennessee Border with Copperhill, TN. Murphy, TN is also only a short 45 minute drive.  read more »

Kayak Toccoa River from Tammen Park to McCaysville

This is a 4 hour kayaking trip that covers just over 14 miles between Blue Ridge and McCaysville.  read more »

Blue Ridge Brewery

Finally! A relaxing brewery in Blue Ridge. Great food, Great Drinks and a great hang out.  read more »

Turkey Trot 5K in Blue Ridge

Blue Ridge is hosting a 5K Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day in Downtown  read more »

Crane Creek Vineyards

Crane Creek Vineyard is located in Young Harris, Georgia which is just past Blairsville, Georgia. Blairsville is about 30 minutes past Blue Ridge on Hwy 515  read more »

Frogtown Cellars

Frogtown Cellars is located about 45 minutes from Blue Ridge near Dahlonega. In this area there area many wineries  read more »

Three Sisters Vineyards

Three Sisters is right around the corner from Frogown. Don't miss this hidden secret  read more »

Massage in your cabin or downtown studio

Higher Ground Massage & Body Work Studio Where Nature Meets Lifestyle and Wellness is approached Naturally   read more »

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway Discount for 2011

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway opens on April 1st for the 2011 Season and they are offering a discouont code!  read more »

Wolf Mountain Winery

Wolf Mountain Winery is another winery within driving distance from Blue Ridge, making it perfect for your Blue Ridge Weekend  read more »

Blackstock Vineyards

Blackstock Winery and Vineyards is featured on the cover of the Georgia Map.   read more »

Cavender Creek Vineyards

Georgia's Newest Winery - And its driving distance from Blue Ridge!  read more »

Homemade Chocolate Shop in Downtown Blue Ridge

Visit the Sweet Shoppe of Blue Ridge in Downtown Blue Ridge for homemade cupcakes, dipped fruits and more  read more »

Summer Sunset Stand Up Paddling Trips

Weekly Group Stand Up Paddling Trips. Every Tuesday and Saturday night this summer!  read more »
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