Dahlonega Cabins and Local Hot Spots

Sometimes one just needs an escape, a chance to get away from the rest of the world, and the rush of day-to-day life to start living again.  Rediscovering the joys of life can be as simple as taking a short vacation or a longer one if you prefer. Dahlonega in the great state of Georgia where you can book one of their spectacular Dahlonega cabins.

Dahlonega cabins offer majestic mountain views.

North Georgia Cabins have all the comforts of a home in the mountains.  You can sit on the wrap-around porch in the early morning and watch the sunrise over majestic mountain vistas.  At the end of the day, you could take a relaxing soak in the hot tub or sit and watch the sunset.  In the evenings you could stare up at the stars in the beautiful Georgia sky or enjoy the cabin’s surround sound entertainment system.Tranquility Cabin living

What can you do to relax in Dahlonega?
  • Get Gold Fever: The charming city of Dahlonega is rich in history. In 1828 it was the site of the first gold rush and the historical gold mining tunnels still run underneath the city.  Guests staying in Dahlonega cabins can get a taste of gold fever by visiting the Dahlonega Gold Museum to learn about gold mining history.  The Crisson Gold Mine dates back to 1847 and allows visitors a chance to try their luck at panning for gold. Consolidated Gold Mines was the largest gold mining operation east of the Mississippi and today offers visitors a guided tour through the history of gold mining in Dahlonega.
  • Mountain Biking: bikeDahlonega has also been designated as Georgia’s Premier Cycling Venue.  The Chattahoochee National Forest has some of the best mountain biking trails in the state. Set out from your Dahlonega cabins to ride the Bull Mountain Trail, one of the most popular loop trails in the state of Georgia, giving riders eleven miles of rolling hills and majestic vistas.
  • Hiking around Dahlonega: Set out from your Dahlonega cabins to hike the trails at Amicalola Falls State Park where you can admire the tallest cascading waterfall in the state. The Anna Ruby Falls Trail offers hikers exquisite views of Georgia’s natural heritage. The Dockery Lake Trail is a half-mile loop trail around three-acre Dockery Lake which also offers visitors some great trout fishing opportunities. The Desoto Falls Trail is named for the Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto. It is a four-mile trail to the falls and back.  The Raven Cliffs Trail along Dodd Creek leads to an amazing view of the creek plunging through the cliffs.
  • Water sports:  The Etowah and Chestatee Rivers and nearby Lake Lanier offer ample opportunities for kayaking and canoeing. The area is also famous for its abundance of trout, so visitors can leave their Dahlonega cabins to make a day of fishing.

There is so much to enjoy from North Georgia Cabin Rentals.