This quaint mountain community is blessed with a beautiful downtown filled with antique, craft and collectible shops, outstanding dining, lodging, and cultural center. While in downtown, don't miss Reeves Hardware, the soda fountain at the Clayton Drug Store or the photography shop with historic photos of Clayton and surrounding area. Both the Southern Highroads Trail and U.S. 441 Heritage Highway pass through Clayton. Just outside of town, the main attraction is white-water rafting on the nationally designated "Wild & Scenic" Chattooga River. The Chattahoochee National Forest offers a wide range of recreation and wilderness areas, including Willis Knob, with camping and trails for horse enthusiasts, waterfalls, and overlooks. An eclectic shopping experience, Timpson Creek Gallery has an art gallery, a specialty food shop and handcrafted rustic furniture. Must stops include Tiger Mountain Vineyard, Stonewall Creek Vineyards, and Kingwood Resort & Golf Club.
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Clayton, GA 30525
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Chattooga Ridge Canopy Tours
Three Generations of Outdoor Excellence! 11 Ziplines. 4 sky bridges. 4 zips across Academy Lake.
Oct 31, 2015 - Oct 31, 20151 Parker Ranch RoadView on Map
706-490-3904Aglaia Kremezi, noted Greek food writer and cook, joins Patricia Kyritsi Howell of Wlld Crete Travel, to show you how to make some of their favorite recipes, using techniques... Find Out More
Oct 31, 2015 - Oct 31, 20151 Parker RanchView on Map
706-490-3904Join us for a sumptous Mediterranean feast that features recipes from the cookbooks of Aglaia Kremezi, noted Greek food writer and cook, as well as other dishes inspired... Find Out More
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Private Dinners and Personal Chef Dinners in the North Georgia MountainsBeechwood Inn - Georgia's Premiere Wine Country Inn220 Beechwood Dr.View on Map
Private dinners with Chefs David and Gayle Darugh Darugh "Best Chefs America 2014" for your group of six or more start at $60 per person, plus tax and gratuity, and include four courses and wine pairings. Our specialty is six-course "Farm to Table" dining featuring local ingredients with costs starting... > Find Out MoreArtisanal Pasta ClassBeechwood Inn - Georgia's Premiere Wine Country Inn220 Beechwood Dr.View on Map
At Beechwood Inn’s artisan pasta classes, learn how to make dough from scratch; how to make fillings for ravioli and other stuffed pastas; how to roll pasta and make ravioli, tortellini and ribbons; and how to cook pasta and prepare sauces. At the end of each day, all budding chefs will be invited... > Find Out MoreGal Pal Getaway to North GeorgiaBeechwood Inn - Georgia's Premiere Wine Country Inn220 Beechwood Dr.View on Map
Your Gal Pal Getaway starts on the first evening with a private wine-tasting and appetizers. In the morning, you will enjoy Beechwood Inn’s healthy bountiful breakfast featuring local foods from nearby sustainable farms. Next, each Gal Pal will enjoy $200 value of spa services at our nearby Amara Wellness... > Find Out MorePicnic in the Romantic North Georgia Mountains - Beechwood InnBeechwood Inn - Georgia's Premiere Wine Country Inn220 Beechwood Dr.View on Map
Our $25 picnic lunch for two includes fresh-baked croissants filled with cold cuts, homemade dill and potato salad or pasta salad, fresh seasonal fruit, bottled water and homemade chocolate chip cookies. Or, choose our $45 gourmet picnic backpack lunch that comes in a fully stocked picnic backpack filled... > Find Out More