Visiting Blue Ridge, GA
Over the last 10 years Blue Ridge has grown to be one of Georgia’s most popular mountain destinations, while staying true to its charming small-town origins.
Check out our extensive guides to the best things to do in Blue Ridge Georgia, including an overview of the best things to do, outdoor activities, restaurants, roadside attractions and accommodations in Blue Ridge GA.
[Updated July 13, 2023] When autumn starts to roll around, there are plenty of fun annual traditions to look forward to such as Apple Picking
Growing up as a lower middle class kid in Georgia, horseback riding wasn’t really something me and my friends in Atlanta ever did. But from
Though it is now widely considered one of the best places to live in the Georgia Mountains, it wasn’t all that long ago that Blue
Adventures in the great outdoors almost always offer a reward of some sort. Maybe it’s a waterfall, or a scenic mountain overlook. Maybe it’s a
Spending a sunny day on a glistening lake is one of our favorite ways to enjoy time in the Blue Ridge Mountains. And in our
[Updated April 6, 2022] If you’re a nature lover, at some point in your childhood you probably dreamed about living in a decked-out treehouse. Whether
[Updated September 21, 2021] There’s something about waterfalls that feels magical somehow. When I explore the many waterfalls in Georgia, I feel as if my
[Updated November 6, 2021] Growing up in a lower middle class family in Atlanta, I vividly recall the visceral excitement I felt every time I’d
[Updated November 6, 2021] When I was a young man working to pay my own way through college, I spent 5 years as a cook,
[Updated November 6, 2021] As a boy growing up near the North Georgia mountains, I tended to take the Appalachian food of my family’s roots
[Updated November 6, 2021] The Expedition Bigfoot Museum is a uniquely intriguing attraction in Cherry Log GA. Located along Highway 515 just minutes outside of
[Updated November 9, 2021] Visiting Blue Ridge GA in the ’90s (and even as recently as 2009), there was little indication that this tiny town
[Updated November 9, 2021] There’s something about exploring the Blue Ridge Mountains that always takes me back to my childhood, growing up in North Georgia.