The Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals Blog

Recent Articles From Our Blog, Exploring Helen, GA.

Exploring Helen, Georgia | The Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals Blog

Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals

Recent Posts

Georgia Fishing License: Where To Buy, Costs, & Age Requirements

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Mon, Aug 14, 2023

Photo of Farrow Peacock, courtesy of McGowan Peacock

Fishing in Georgia includes the state's more than 4,000 miles of trout streams and more than 12,000 miles of warm water streams teeming with trout, pike, and more than a dozen other fish species that populate Georgia waters. If you can't wait to try your own luck fishing in the Peach State, here's what you need to know about getting your Georgia fishing license.
Read More

Mount Yonah: Mountain Climbing, Camping, And Key Info About This Place

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Thu, Aug 10, 2023


Have you ever wanted to get some climbing experience without the crowds and the heat of the Georgia summer?

Mount Yonah, in the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area outside of Helen in northeast Georgia, makes an ideal place to perfect your climbing skills during January, February, and March.

Mount Yonah, more correctly Yonah Mountain, is named for the Cherokee word for "bear."  The 3,166-foot, granite mountain is popular with climbers year-round, but the summit and climbing routes are particularly beautiful (and uncrowded) in the winter months.

Read More

Scenic Views Helen, GA: Your Guide To Breathtaking Views

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Wed, Aug 02, 2023

Helen is host to a variety of activities, such as hiking and whitewater rafting, and is one of the most gorgeous wildernesses on the planet. If you're looking for some attractive places to enjoy some fresh air and relaxation, here are a few of the best of Georgia's Forests & State Parks in the area.

Read More

Pet-Friendly Cabins and Places To Visit In Helen, Georgia

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Sat, Jul 29, 2023


Read More

Helen Georgia Mountain Coaster: Everything You Need To Know

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Thu, Jul 27, 2023

The next time you visit the north Georgia mountains and stay in the Helen area, plan for a family adventure on an exciting coaster ride through the woods!

Read More

Fishing The Toccoa River: Best Locations & Flies For Landing Trout

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Wed, Jul 26, 2023

Have you imagined yourself fly fishing one of the top rivers in north Georgia?  

There are many highly skilled anglers and other important local sources that say the Toccoa River near Helen Georgia is one of the best places to catch trophy brown trout in the State of Georgia.  

Read More

Whitewater Rafting Near Helen, Georgia: Everything You Need To Know

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Wed, Jul 05, 2023

Some vacationers visit Helen, Georgia and the surrounding area for peace and quiet, and some come for outdoor thrills. For those who are a bit adventurous, nothing will quite match the excitement and fun of whitewater rafting.
Read More

Helen, Georgia: 5 Places To Visit

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Fri, Jun 30, 2023

This blog post is part of “Things To Do Ultimate Guide Helen, Georgia” blog series.

When visitors first arrive in Helen, Georgia with its cobblestone streets and hundreds of Bavarian-styled local attractions, it's easy to get caught up in all the things there are to do. However, what makes Helen unique is that it's also the perfect “home base” for your explorations around North Georgia.


Read More

Helen, GA: The Best German Town in USA

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Thu, Jun 29, 2023

A lot of people don't know this, but Helen is actually the third most-visited town in Georgia, only beaten out by Atlanta and Savannah. That's pretty good for the best little German town in America with a population of only 543 people!

Read More

Helen Georgia Tubing: Guide On The Chattahoochee River

Posted by Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals on Wed, Jun 28, 2023

On a sunny summer day in Helen Georgia, you take a look up the Chattahoochee River. What's that you see floating towards you? Is it a strange flock of colorful river birds? An extraterrestrial being from outer space? Some new mutation of algae? No! It's a flotilla of inner tubes engaged in an essential northern Georgia past time — tubing.

Read More

Get New Blog Posts In Your Email Inbox