Alto Northeast Georgia Mountains

Thousands stop by Jaemor Farms on their way to and from a day in the mountains. This fifth generation farm offers farm fresh fruits and vegetables as well as fried pies, ice cream and boiled peanuts. Just picked strawberries in late spring can’t be beat, nor can pumpkins and a corn maze in the fall. Stop by and find out why it will become a favorite of your whole family.
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Founded in 1877, Alto (previously known as "Lulah City" and "Long View") was incorporated on December 16, 1895. The community straddles Habersham and Banks counties. Originally, the Town was one square mile in size and 1,395 feet above sea level. It has a population of approximately 1,220 people. The community name derives from the Italian term for "high," for its elevation.

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162 Grant St.
Alto, GA 30510

From Atlanta, GA Get on I-75 N/I-85 N 1. Head north on Capitol Ave SW 2. Take the 1st right onto Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW 3. Turn left onto the Interstate 75 (North)/Interstate 85 (North) ramp Continue to Hall County 4. Merge onto I-75 N/I-85 N 5. Keep left at the fork to continue on I-85 N, follow signs for Interstate 85 N 6. Keep left at the fork to continue on I-985 N/Lanier Pkwy, follow signs for Gainesville Follow GA-365 N/US-23 N to Gainesville Hwy in Alto 7. Continue onto GA-365 N/US-23 N 8. Turn right onto Alto-Mud Creek Rd 9. Turn left onto Gainesville Hwy

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Phone: 706-778-8035

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