Experience Blue Ridge Georgia - Area Attractions
Don't just visit Blue Ridge, Georgia. EXPERIENCE Blue Ridge, Georgia! Blue Ridge offers an array of cultural, historical, and just plain fun experiences for everyone in the family! Whether you are an art lover, a history buff, a golf enthusiast, a fishing savant, or a wine
connoisseur, the Blue Ridge mountains of North Georgia has the perfect experience for you! Stroll down main street and browse the fine art galleries, try your hand at a round of golf, taste the unique flavor of north georgia wine, learn about the cultural and historical beginnings of the mountains, or throw a line in the water and catch a rainbow trout! Experience all this and more in the Blue Ridge mountains!
Noontoola Creek Farms offers a variety of fun. Fly fishing, trout fishing, bow hunting, and more.
Zip through the trees of the Blue Ridge Mountains on a zipline and canopy tour adventure!
Fannin Lanes is a bowling alley and arcade for kids in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Georgia.
Tank Town USA is a fun activity and exciting thing to do for kids while in the Blue Ridge mountains.
Mercier Apple Orchard has a wide variety. Fresh fruit, Snacks, and even a restaurant. Also a wine tasting room. Toys and more are located at Mercier's
The Lilly pad fishing pond offers a great fishing experience for kids in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Georgia.
Cohutta Cove Mini Golf is a favorite activity for kids in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Georgia.
The Swan Drive-In Theater is a perfect kid friendly activity in the Blue Ridge mountains.
The Haven Off Leash Dog Park is a park for pets in the Blue Ridge mountains.
Blue Ridge’s premiere Aerial Adventure Park is an obstacle challenge course in the air featuring suspended bridges, tight ropes, climbing walls, ziplines, and other fun obstacles for every age and ability.
The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is a fun and unique activity for kids in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Georgia.
The Lilly Pad Village offers miniature golf and gem mining for kids in the Blue Ridge mountains.