Natural Wonders that make up Unique Landscapes

In addition to the warmth of its inhabitants, Georgia is rich in natural treasures. There’s a lot of untouched natural assets waiting for you to be discovered, from mountains, lakes, parks, forests, whitewater waterfalls, and more.

Throughout the year, the different seasons offer wonderful scenic views, however, spring and fall are a great opportunity for outdoor activities because temperature and humidity remain steady. During spring your eyes will be filled with color watching wildflowers in bloom. Did you know that Georgia is the land of the Azaleas? At the end of the year, the autumn covers the mountains with a golden glow with the fallen leaves. Discover the uniqueness of Georgia and its surroundings.

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." Albert Einstein

Blairsville, GA

Vogel State Park

405 Vogel State Park Rd. Blairsville, GA 30512

A great destination for hikers is Vogel State Park, because there are a wide variety of trails. Imagine, this is a 94 hectares state park! Located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, at the base of the famous Blood Mountain, this park was one of the first two parks in Georgia. What can you do in this park? Many outdoor activities: camping, boating, and during summer you can enjoy the mountain-view beach. Inside the heart of this beloved park you’ll find Lake Trahlyta, waterfalls, and streams.

Lake Nottely

US Hwy 19 & 129 N. Blairsville, GA 30512

This lake is a mandatory stop for those who love to fish. If the bass is one of your favorite fish, here you will find all the varieties of this one. Spotted bass, stripped, largemouth bass and so on. The lake offers more than 106 miles of shoreline nestled in the Blairsville mountains. Pack your fishing pole, proper outfit and of course, your whole family!

Meeks Park

490 Meeks Park Rd. Blairsville, GA 30512

Meeks Park means a wide range of recreational activities. It is an option for a family vacation indeed. There you’ll find tables and green areas for an unforgettable picnic, big pavilions suitable for birthday celebrations, social events, and even weddings! For sports fans, there are softball and baseball fields, disc golf, tennis court, skateboard park. Aquatic activities are included too, thanks to the swimming pool, and the two rivers running through Meeks Park: Nottely River and Butternut Creek River.

Horseback Riding: A Step Above Stables

696 Mauney Cir. Blairsville, GA 30512

The horse world is here! Picture this: a forest trail, breathing fresh air while you ride a beautiful horse. This company also offers horse breeding, training, and boarding and more.

Blue Ridge, GA

Benton MacKaye Trail

North Georgia Mountains. Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Perfectly designed for foot travel in the tradition of the Appalachian Trail, The Benton MacKaye Trail with more than 300 miles brings an unbeatable walking experience. This amazing trail goes through Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Toccoa River Canoe Trail 

Hwy. 60 S. Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Fishing, rapids, pastoral views, and full contact with nature are the promises of the Toccoa River Canoe Trail, a 17-mile water trail running from Deep Hole Recreation Area to Lake Blue Ridge.