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Vacation house for 6 people in Blue Ridge GA
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Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$107per night
Vacation house for 7 people in Fannin County, with jacuzzi
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$108per night
Log cabin for 12 people in Fannin County, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace as well as balcony
12 pers., 4 bedrooms
4.9
20 reviews
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$153per night
Log cabin for 4 people in Blue Ridge GA, with jacuzzi and garden
4 pers.
5.0
27 reviews
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$129per night
Vacation house for 8 people in Blue Ridge GA, with jacuzzi and garden
4.9
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$140per night
Log cabin for 6 people in Fannin County, with garden
6 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.1
20 reviews
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$126per night
Vacation house for 8 people in Blue Ridge GA, with jacuzzi and garden
4.9
30 reviews
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$157per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Blue Ridge GA
6 pers., 2 bedrooms
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$158per night
Vacation house for 8 people in Fannin County
3.0
1 review
Blue Ridge Mountains
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$107per night
Vacation house for 9 people in Blue Ridge GA, with jacuzzi
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$218per night
Hut for 6 people in Blue Ridge GA, with jacuzzi and garden
5.0
1 review
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$107per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Blue Ridge GA, with jacuzzi
4.5
8 reviews
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$135per night
Vacation house for 11 people in Blue Ridge GA
5.0
5 reviews
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$189per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Blue Ridge GA
5.0
1 review
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$189per night
Log cabin for 8 people in Fannin County, with balcony/terrace and balcony
8 pers., 3 bedrooms
4.8
20 reviews
Blue Ridge Mountains
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$151per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Blue Ridge GA
4.0
1 review
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$107per night
Log cabin for 9 people in Blue Ridge GA, with balcony/terrace and balcony
9 pers., 5 bedrooms
4.8
8 reviews
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$174per night
Vacation apartment for 2 people in Blue Ridge GA, with jacuzzi
4.4
5 reviews
Blue Ridge GA, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$185per night
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Highlights in Blue Ridge GA

  • Scenic paths
  • Skyline Drive
  • Blue Ridge Parkway
  • European homesteads
  • Folk Art Center
  • Native American artifacts
  • Mountain Farm Self-Guiding Tour
  • Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

Most popular in Blue Ridge GA

Internet 29
Pet allowed 6
Balcony/Terrace 17
TV 23
Air conditioning 25
Parking 16
Washing machine 22
Jacuzzi 24
Heating 13

Vacation Rentals in Blue Ridge

The resort town of Blue Ridge offers many lodging options from cozy cottages, log cabins, and off-the-beaten-path stately lodges. Featuring lakeside accommodations, forested copies, and mountain peak views--the sky has no limit when you place yourself in the middle of nature. Other nearby towns of McCaysville and Ducktown also offer apartments and other traditional vacation rental houses for those looking to branch out into different areas of the park.

Holiday in Blue Ridge

Getting Around

Blue Ridge is a very popular small resort town in northern Georgia which is nestled within the larger mountain range which bears the same name. The area is flanked by the Great Smoky Mountains and Shenandoah National Parks which adds to its ecological interest and beauty. Located just 90 miles north of Atlanta, Blue Ridge is one of the most popular destination spots in all of Georgia.

Activities

Destination for nature lovers

This region of Georgia continues to be one of the most visited fall-destination spots along the eastern US coastline due to its stunning natural beauty. Here you can find the native purple and white rhododendrons which blooms in early June, as well as flowers such as Flame Azalea and Pinxter Flower. There are also over 100 different types of trees in the park which help add to the biodiversity of Northern Georgia.

Destination for artists

Almost every color can be found within the Blue Ride mountain region, which has inspired many artists over the year to try and capture the bluish haze which adds to the mountains mystery. From paintings to sculptures, handcrafts to textiles--the natural scenery and creative energy in Blue Ridge is inspiring. There are several organizations including Fine Arts America and Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association which help to provide financial assistance and support for local artists.

Destination for history buffs

Take some time while visiting the Blue Ridge region to understand the fascinating Appalachian culture. Between the Great Smoky Mountains, Shenandoah Forest, and the Chattahoochee National Forest there are hundreds of historic artifacts, outposts, and overlooks telling the history of this region. There are many museums recounting not only the history of Europeans in the Blue Ridge region, but also of the Cherokee tribe which has long inhabited this land.

The "blue" in Blue Ridge mountains gets its name from the distinctive hue of the trees which is created when hydrocarbons are released from the forest into the atmosphere.

Top 5 places to see in Blue Ridge

Cruise along Skyline Drive

The most popular attraction heading north is the Skyline Drive, a 105-mile road which cuts through Shenandoah National Park. Following the full length of Skyline Drive takes about three hours offering plenty of time for visitors to enjoy some of the most beautiful nature views in Shenandoah National Park.Visitors should take note that this stretch of road is the only public motorway in the park which means that in peak times in the summer and fall the area can become rather congested. Explore the Mountain Farm Self-Guiding Trail

For a glimpse of early European pioneer structures, take a walk along the Mountain Farm Self-Guiding tour which showcases a well preserved collection of 19th century farm buildings. The trail itself is fairly easy and starts at the Humpback Rocks Visitor center, where you can also gain a more complete overview of the Blue Ridge's early developments in housing, entertainment, and transportation. During the summer, there are also live history demonstrations which re-enact important events and general lifestyle trends in the Appalachian region's history.

Native American culture at Peaks of Otter Visitor Center

Long before European settlers started branching out into the south, the Blue Ridge area was inhabited by four different Native American tribes. The Monacan, Saponi, and Tutelo Indians were situated in what is now western Virginia, while the well known Cherokee tribe had deep roots in present day North Carolina. You can still see remnants of their ancient agricultural methods in the open valleys along Blue Ridge. Similarly, for a more formal lesson on Native American history and a glimpse of traditional tools and artifacts in the Blue Ridge region visit the Peaks of Otter Visitor Center museum.

Buy some original crafts at The Folk Art Center

Just off the Blue Ridge range near Asheville lies the flagship Folk Art Center which specializes in traditional and contemporary Appalachian crafts. Daily demonstrations walk visitors through the process of building glass, pottery, textile, and wood pieces which are then sold at the attached gift shop. The Folk Art Center also serves as a library and art gallery to engage the local population in talks about the history and significance of the region.

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

Ditch your car for a truly unique experience riding the restored 1905 heritage railroad 26-miles along the Toccocoa River. The depot station is located right in the charming city of Blue Ridge, Georgia offers many bars, restaurants, and shops for visitors to pass their time in while waiting for their train. In total the journey takes 4 hours, with a 2-hour layover in McCaysville/Copperhill so that passengers can stretch their legs and prolong their nostalgic experience. The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway runs from March to December, with specialty themed trips available around the winter holiday season. It is advised that you buy your tickets well in advance for these themed trips, as they tend to be a very popular holiday destination.