Nestled in the foothills of the legendary Appalachian Mountains, and on the route of the Appalachian Foothills Parkway, Ellijay is a paradise of forests, rivers and streams, historic ambience and Southern charm.
Experience miles of trails for hiking, biking, and camping or stroll the quaint streets lined with homes that are gracious grande dames of a bygone era.
Shops galore, fine dining, a seemingly endless array of recreational activities and a world-renowned Georgia Apple Festival - all within a physical world that will capture your heart.
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696 First Avenue
East Ellijay, GA 30540
From Atlanta, take I-575 north; it becomes Hwy 515 and goes to Ellijay. East-west routes include Hwys. 52 and 76.Visit Website
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2014 Apple Houses & Orchards of Ellijay
Want to pick apples in North Georgia, Gilmer County has the largest variety of apple houses to choose from. Use this brochure to guide you from all the variety of Apple Houses throughout the county (Ellijay)
We are located in Ellijay, GA, we currently have 14 acres planted in vines with 6 varieties growing. We offer live music every Saturday 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
Oct 10, 2015 - Oct 18, 20151729 South Main StView on Map
706-636-4500The 44th annual Georgia Apple Festival will be held the second and third weekend in October in beautiful Ellijay, Ga. Located off Old. Hwy 5 at the Lion's Club Park,... Find Out More
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