Fall in love with Georgia's Blue Ridge, where city sophistication meets small town charm. Blue Ridge is filled with upscale restaurants, stylish shops and galleries, orchards, farm wineries, riding stables, beautiful mountains and friendly people.
Blue Ridge is located in the North Georgia mountains, where more than 40 percent of the county's land is in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Experience unspoiled mountain beauty, exhilarating hikes, horseback riding, whitewater rafting and a ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway.
Rent a pontoon on beautiful Lake Blue Ridge or go trout fishing in the crystal clear Toccoa River. Rent a cozy mountain cabin or luxury vacation home, overlooking pristine valleys and ridge tops. Whether you stay for a day, a weekend, a month or a lifetime, you will surround yourself with the memories and the magic of Georgia's Blue Ridge experience.
Visitor Information Center
152A Orvin Lance Drive
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
From Atlanta - I-75 north to I-575 north. The road becomes Hwy 515 - continue north to Blue Ridge, about an hour from north Atlanta.Visit Website
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Blue Ridge Inn Bed & Breakfast Rack Card
The Blue Ridge Inn, built in 1890s, is one of the oldest residences in Downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia. This three story Victorian home features 8 guest rooms, 12 foot ceilings, and original hand carved woodwork. The Inn has an ideal downtown loca
Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association/ The Art Center brochure
The Art Center has over 2,500 varied artworks on display inside our Art Center Gallery spaces.
Georgia's Blue Ridge
Get Away Completely ... If you live anywhere in the southeast, you're within driving distance of Blue Ridge, Georgia's favorite mountain town, only 90 miles north of Atlanta via I-575, but a million miles away from it all. With 106,000 acres located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, Blue Ridge,
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