Welcome to North Georgia
The stunning Blue Ridge Mountains are more than just eye candy. Within the valleys of these soaring beauties, you’ll find the quaint mountain towns of Blue Ridge, Blairsville, and Hiawassee. There is something special about these towns that have nothing to do with the natural landscape or businesses that make up the economic footprint of the community. It’s the people. There is just something about the folks that live in North Georgia that are different from anywhere else you’ve been. Regardless of their stage of life, be it youth, retired or something in between, they have the mountain life figured out. Just because the time moves a little slower here and people aren’t in the same kind of hurry that you’ll find in the city, we still have all the conveniences you desire with an added twist of local arts and provisions. The natural beauty here is abundant. From sparkling lakes to running creeks and from hiking trails to front porch rocking chairs, there is no limit to the excitement or relaxation that can be found in these mountain towns.
The star of Fannin County, Lake Blue Ridge is a picturesque recreational lake featuring more than 3,200 acres of crystal-clear water nestled in the impressive Blue Ridge Mountains. There’s so many things to do on lake blue ridge. Take your bike or go for a stroll along the banks of the lake or take advantage of the pebble beach that is a great place to spend the day swimming, kayaking, or paddle boarding. Explore the hidden coves. A full-service marina provides everything you need to enjoy your time out on the water. Bring your own watercraft or rent one and explore the many coves, fishing holes, and the impressive beauty of this lake.
Uncrowded and serene, Lake Nottely is the Jewel of Union County and the mountain town of Blairsville. Boasting of 106 miles of untouched, natural shoreline, the lake is over 4,000 acres of year-round family fun! A fisherman’s paradise, Lake Nottely is known for its trophy striped bass, spotted bass, largemouth bass, and walleye. Two marinas offer watercraft rentals like pontoons, kayaks, canoes, and jet skiis. At the north end of the lake you’ll find hiking trails, a kayak launch, public boat ramps, and a beach area that provides the most spectacular views of the lake framed by the soaring Blue Ridge Mountains.
Lake Chatuge – Spanning into two states – Georgia & North Carolina, Lake Chatuge is 7,500 acres of nautical fun! In Hiawassee you will find a perfect sandy beach area, complete with a playground for the kiddos, that is ideal for swimming, sunning and picnicking. Unique to Lake Chatuge is the wake board cable park complete with ramps for the ultimate extreme experience. Bring your own boat or rent one from a local outfitter and enjoy fishing, water skiing, wake boarding, or just relaxing as you gaze at the glorious mountains framing the sparkling waters.
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