CELEBRATING OUR 11th YEAR
My Mountain Cabin Rentals Welcomes You To "My Mountain" & Blue Ridge of North Georgia. We think it is important to know that we are NOT a virtual company. You will pass by our office going to and from the My Mountain community, feel free to stop in for recommendations, directions, maps, brochures and answers to your questions. Our office is open 7 days a week and we make ourselves available after hours for any urgent issues that may arise (we are My Mountain residents also). We have been exclusively serving the My Mountain community since 2003.
Stay 7 Nights and Pay for 6 (year around). Staying less days - get a FREE night when you stay 3, 4, 5 or 6 nights (subject to minimum night stay requirements & restrictions)
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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS IN BLUE RIDGE
Live Music Every Weekend at:
Blue Ridge Brewery
Christy Lee's Courtyard Grill
The Vine Wine Bar and Bistro
Celebrate spring at the 8th Annual Wine Highway Weekend two weekends this year, March 22-23 and 29-30, featuring 14 north Georgia wineries. There's no better way to shake the winter blues than spending a weekend in the mountains, tasting award winning Georgia wines, and Blue Ridge is a great central location. The vineyards of Mountain Wine Country, from eastern North Carolina and North Georgia, will also host the second annual Bud Break Wine Highway Weekend on April 25-27, and Serenberry invites you to Awake the Grapes with them on May 3.
Whether you participate or spectate, come to Blue Ridge for some great outdoor races this spring, beginning with the Blue Ridge MountainAdventure Race April 12 and Blue Ridge Kids Adventure Race April 13. Finish line festivities are always fun as you watch racers dash into town on Saturday afternoon in downtown Blue Ridge City Park. The next weekend on April 19, bring the kids, the dogs and friends for Breathe Deep Blue Ridge a fun 5K run and walk fundraiser for the Lungevity Foundation at Mercier Orchards. Blue Ridge will also welcome back The Atomic Adventure Race May 18th.
Tank Town USA....ever wanted to drive a tank or crush a car with a tank, now you can...located only a few minutes from My Mountain and our office Call them at 706-633-6072 for details or reservations.
Easter Eggspress is coming Saturday April 19th, 2014. Trips will be at 12:30 PM and at 3:00 PM. Bring your Easter basket and we will travel a few miles to Farmer Brown's field to gather Easter eggs and greet the Easter Bunny. Tickets are $25 for all Adults and $21 for Children ages 2-12. Total trip time is approximately 1 hour. Order tickets now as this is a popular event. Click here for tickets.
Harvest some beautiful trout beginning May 15 from the Delayed Harvest trout fishing area near Shallowford Bridge on Aska Road. The Georgia DNR begins to stock trout in area streams beginning in March, but fishing is always good in the Trout Capital of Georgia, whether you fish the broad tailwaters of the Toccoa River or for native browns on Noontootla Creek. Get our Self-Guided Tours for information on the best fishing spots in the north Georgia mountains. more info
Visit the Humane Society of Blue Ridge's new Dog Park at 171 Mineral Springs Road.
Make reservations early for the 6th Annual Taste of Blue Ridge on April 26 at Willow Creek Falls, 11 Trackside, benefiting the Blue Ridge Humane Society. Taste of Blue Ridge is one of our area's most popular events, featuring lots of fabulous food by local restaurants, beer and wine tastings and great live entertainment. more info
There’s new night life in Blue Ridge with live local music most weekends at the Blue Ridge Brewery, La Veranda, The Vine, Christy Lee’s and the Whistlestop with LIVE MUSIC on Friday and Saturday nights. Also check out the Blue Ridge Community Theater’s calendar for their Live Music is Better Series. Enjoy some great music in the mountains!
Something is brewing up here in the north Georgia mountains! Blue Ridge’s local brewers are cooking up new batches of delicious locally made beer, wine and hard cider. NEW! Locally brewed beer at Blue Ridge Brewery and wine at Serenberry Vineyards. Check out the hard cider house at Mercier Orchards regularly for a taste of their delicious hard cider. Or fill your Growler with micro brews at Out of the Blue.
Zip line and Canopy Tours now offered in Blue Ridge. Check our Local Area Guide info on our home page.
Stop by The Sweet Shoppe in downtown Blue Ridge for one of their unbelievable gourmet cupcakes. The owners recently appeared on the TV show "Cupcake Wars" for the second time but this time they walked away with the Championship. Try their award winning cupcakes.....
It's strawberry pickin' time! Mercier Orchards is a beautiful place to welcome spring, beginning with their Kite Flying, Farm Tours and Apple Blossom Tours. U-pick strawberries and sweet cherries in late April and May; watch their website and Facebook Page for updates. Special events include Kite Flying on March 22, Kid's Baking Classes and Breathe Deep Blue Ridge 5K April 19. more info
Plan your own hiking and learning experience on a new Trout Adventure Trail
following existing famous trails along the southernmost reach of the Appalachian
Mountains. The Trout Adventure Trail® is a "do it yourself" and "plan your own"
hiking and learning experience for kids of all ages along legendary trails in
the Chattahoochee National Forest in north Georgia www.troutadventuretrail.org
KIDS 15 AND UNDER STAY FREE
WE ARE PET FRIENDLY
Welcome to My Mountain Cabin Rentals, gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful North Central Georgia Mountains. This area is popular among cabin rental vacationers, nature lovers, fishermen, and outdoor enthusiasts nationwide. It boasts beautiful Blue Ridge mountain ranges, scores of natural lakes and Georgia mountain streams, and a tranquil, country atmosphere. Visitors return year after year for outdoor recreational activities and quiet cabin getaways in North Georgia. The mountain town of Blue Ridge has a wide array of available lodging, hiking trails, excellent restaurants and shops, and a full schedule of folk music festivals, arts shows, and community events. The rich history and architecture of the North Georgia mountains and Blue Ridge offers fascinating insights into our Nation's past.
The North Georgia mountains were originally Cherokee country, and the remnants of that great civilization are in evidence all around. They considered this to be their "Enchanted Land." Cherokees farmed the Blue Ridge Mountains during temperate seasons, and left the area during the winter for warmer climates.