10 Most Beautiful Spots in Georgia’s Blue Ridge
A classic waterfall, only a mile hike each way. It’s right off the Appalachian and Benton MacKaye Trail.
Lake Blue Ridge shorelines and views are mostly of National Forest. (Locals tip: Check out the viewing area at end of the marina parking lot or the TVA day use area off of Hwy. 76 right over the dam).
Horseshoe Bend Park is located on the banks of the beautiful Toccoa River, benches throughout the park offer great places to view the river. From May through September, enjoy live bluegrass music on Thursday evenings.
Loops for hikers and bikers, tucked away benches to relax on and great views of the lake.
A beautiful mountain drive through the rural landscapes and forests of Georgia’s Blue Ridge.
A suspension bridge across the Toccoa River surrounded by pristine mountain beauty. The short hike in along the Benton MacKaye Trail is accessed by a rough gravel road (not for low clearance cars).
Easy to reach beauty spot right on Aska Road, the rocks and rapids make for a great picnic spot.
Winding Aska Road reaches the mountain valleys and farmsteads around the historic buildings and farms of Dial, GA. A beautiful glimpse of rural natural beauty and views of the Toccoa River.
Georgia’s highest mountain provides sweeping, breathtaking panoramic views from the top. It’s a short drive from Blue Ridge. Follow this Map and Self-Guided Tour to Brasstown Bald just east of Blairsville, GA.
Blue Ridge has over 1,100 rental cabins and lodging spots. Find unique beauty and relaxation customized to your vacation style. Choose beautiful views of lakes, rivers, gorgeous vistas from the deck, cozy fireplaces and more.