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What Cabin Rentals Of Georgia Offer By Area.

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Sat, Jan 14, 2012

Many people think of northern Georgia as one geographic area. In fact, the mountain regions around the Appalachian foothills all have their own distinct personalities and qualities that make them different. If you're headed up to the cabin rentals of Georgia, read on. This guide will help you understand the differences between each area.

Blue Ridge
The town of Blue Ridge sits amid the Chattahoochee National Forest, close to the border of Tennessee. This little town has become known for its local art scene. Galleries, antique and specialty shops fill the town. It's also the home of the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, the Blue Ridge Community Theater and several arts festivals each year.

Many people think of Helen when they think of northern Georgia and for good reason. Helen Ga has set itself apart as a top destination. This town is a re-creation of a Bavarian village right down to the alpine architecture, cobblestone alleys and old world towers. Helen also hosts the longest Oktoberfest celebration in the world running from mid-September through the end of October. Families come to Helen for the many recreation opportunities as well including tubing and a water park, hikes to Anna Ruby Falls, golfing, shopping, horseback riding, and access to the Chattahoochee National Forest.

This quiet community sits on the eastern edge of the national forest. It is most known for the many outdoor recreation activities you can pursue nearby and its annual Georgia Apple Festival held each fall. Ellijay is known as Georgia's apple capital and Gilmer County produces 600,000 bushels of apples each year. Outdoor enthusiasts will also enjoy the miles of hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking trails and lakes and rivers for fishing and boating.

If leisure is more your cup of tea, Hiawassee boasts several golf courses and resorts and spas. Get pampered while also improving your golf game. This is also where you will find Georgia's tallest mountain, Brasstown Bald, rising nearly 5,000 feet and offering world class views of the Appalachian valley below. Tourists can also visit Lake Chatuge and the Hiawassee River featuring year-round trout fishing opportunities.

Dahlonega is the site of the first gold rush in the United States, a rush that started before California's. The city commemorates their golden history each year during the annual Gold Rush Days festival, held the third weekend of October. Dahlonega is also becoming known as the center of the growing Georgia wine belt. Several of the regions wineries and vineyards are clustered around Dahlonega and invite tourists in for tastings and to capture some of the best views in the area.

Visiting the towns of northern Georgia results in unique, exciting experiences. Each community offers something different to tourists and visitors. Whether it's art in Blue Ridge, wine in Dahlonega or a world of fun and excitement in Helen, you'll find a town to suit your mood, when visting the Cabin Rentals in North Georgia.
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Blue Ridge Georgia Cabin Rentals

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Mon, Jan 02, 2012

The Blue Ridge Mountains are a wondrous place. Rivers, mountains, waterfalls, lakes and historical sites fill the landscape. The Appalachian mountains rise out of the Chattahoochee National Forest extending north as far as you can see. Breathtaking views of rushing white water, the changing colors of the forest canopy and mountains majesty rising around you make this area one of the most special places to visit.

The Blue Ridge Georgia Cabin Rentals invite you to visit and enjoy this amazing landscape. From your cabin, you can visit one of the many mountain towns dotting this region. These towns embrace their mountain heritage and invite you to explore the simpler, quieter days of our nation's history. Art abounds among these small communities as artists seek the solitude and inspiration of the mountains.

All around, opportunities to explore the great outdoors await. There are the white water rapids of the Ocoee River, the gentle aquamarine waters of Lake Blue Ridge or a quiet canoe trip down the Toccoa River. Go horseback riding around the hills, valleys and mountain trails. Or, take a hike through the Chattahoochee National Forest, including a leg of the historic Appalachian Trail.

History buffs will find plenty to keep them occupied as well. The Cherokee nation first populated this region and their imprint remains. You can also relive the nation's first gold rush in the Georgia Mountains. There are also several important Civil war sites in Georgia.

Experience a treasured piece of our nation's landscape and history and escape to the Blue Ridge GA cabins.
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