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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 restaurant & activity 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. 

Receive a FREE night when you stay 4 or more nights (subject to minimum night stay requirements during Holiday and Peak season periods and not valid during October)

"Like" & "Share" us on FACEBOOK to be included on last minute specials and events in Blue Ridge..


SWAN DRIVE-INN:  - now in digital projection - - starting at 7:30 PM October 17, 18 & 19 - Box Trolls & Alexander the Terrible. Full-service concession stand serving funnel cake and deep fried Oreo cookies.  Two movies for the price of one Friday's and Saturday's.  

Pickin in the Park - Thursday's - now thru October.  6 PM Ron Henry Horseshoe Bend Park, McCaysville.  Bring your hot chocolate, blankets & chairs and enjoy an evening of Pic'n and Grin'n.

October Events Calendar

Live Music weekends at Blue Ridge Brewery, Christy Lee's Courtyard Grille, The Vine of Blue Ridge, Whistle Stop Grill, Blue Ridge; Toccoa Riverside Restaurant, Mercier Orchards Deck, Ann's Pickin' Parlor,  Copperhead Lodge, Blairsville; Cartecay Vineyards, Ellijay.  Some weekends at Serenberry Vineyards, Grumpy Old Men, The Vine  and Fannin Brewing.

Pickin in Horseshoe Bend Park - Thursdays at 6 p.m.

Swan Drive-in - Friday, Saturday and Sunday only now.

Rafting on the Ocoee - Weekends only after Labor Day.

Tubing and Kayaking - Weekends.

Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad - Friday through Saturday in the month of September. Sunday trains now depart at 11 a.m. and return at 2:30 p.m.

Bingo - Thursday evenings at Kiwanis Fairgrounds. 

Ghost and History Walks, Friday and Saturday evenings beginning at E. Quinn Bookstore.

Yoga in the Park,  Downtown Blue Ridge City Park, Saturdays at 9 a.m. free event offered by Centerpointe Studios.
U-Pick Apples, weekends at Mercier Orchards and Mountain View Orchards.
Apple Pickin Jubilee, apple picking and kids activities,
 weekends at Hillcrest Orchards through October.
Tastings, Fridays & Saturdays at Fannin Brewing, Thursdays through Sundays at Serenberry Vineyards and daily at Mercier Orchards and Cartecay Vineyards.

Oct 1 - Oct 31 - Oktoberfest, Helen. 

Oct 2 - Oct 19 - Whose Wives Are They Anyway? Blue Ridge Community Theater.

Oct 10 - Oct 18 - Georgia Mountain Fall Festival, Hiawassee. 

Oct 18 - Dinner with the Artist, Blue Ridge Supper Club with Cabin Rentals of Georgia.

Oct 18 - Oct 19 - Heritage Days, Talking Rock. 

Oct 18 - Oct 19 - Fall Hoedown, Vogel State Park.

Oct 18 - Paws in the Park 5k, Downtown Blue Ridge City Park.

Oct 18 - Paws in the Park, Downtown Blue Ridge City Park.

Oct 18 - Oct 26 - Fall Fest Arts and Crafts Sale, old Farmers Market.

Oct 18 - Oct 19 - Gold Rush Days, Dahlonega. 

Oct 19 - Domaine Wine Train, Blue Ridge Scenic Railway.

Oct 25 - Carolyn Aiken, Blue Ridge Community Theater.

Oct 25 - 3 Monkeys Antiques Auction, 3 Monkeys Antiques.

Oct 25 - Adam Kadmon, Live music and tasting at Fannin Brewing.

Oct 26 - Pumpkin Express Train, Blue Ridge Scenic Railway.

Oct 30 - Halloween Costume Parade and Trick or Treat,McCaysville.

Oct 31 - Halloween Safe Zone, Downtown Blue Ridge.

Visit the Humane Society of Blue Ridge's new Dog Park at 171 Mineral Springs Road.

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. 

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.....  

 U-Pick apples at Mercier Orchards.  Check out what is in season.  It is a beautiful place to welcome FALL.  Remember their world famous fried apple pies...

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             


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.

Early colonial settlers discovered the agricultural wealth offered by the North Georgia and Blue Ridge mountains, and they moved into the area to farm and harvest the forest. Unfortunately, the harvesting of the forest placed the environment at great risk, and in the early 1930's the federal government bought the north georgia mountain land and created the Chattahoochee National Forest to prevent further damage and to reforest the Blue Ridge mountain area.

During the reforestation project, two camps were established in Fannin County, Georgia -- Camp Sea Creek and Camp Wilscot. Other camps were established in the surrounding north Georgia mountains which also contributed to the restoration.

The Chattahoochee National Forest covers almost 750,000 acres and spans 18 Georgia counties. This area is home to Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia. It contains the headwaters of every major river in North Georgia, and offers hundreds of waterfalls, mountain lakes and dales, and abundant wildlife. Vogel State Park, within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest, is Georgia's second oldest state park.

The Fannin County Chamber of Commerce serves as a major force for good in the North Georgia area by maintaining a focus on management of the land within our county. Today, more than 100,000 acres of land in Fannin County is managed by the United States Forest Service.

The Blue Ridge Mountains run to the south and west from Pennsylvania. This range contains many famous peaks, including the Shenandoahs. Further south toward Virginia, the countryside segues into rolling hills, and then reverts back to mountain terrain in North Carolina, which contains some of the highest peaks in the Eastern United States. In Southern North Carolina the ridge turns west, and continues into North Georgia and Blue Ridge of Fannin County. Here, the Appalachian Range includes the Benton MacKaye on its western ridge and the Appalachian Trail on the eastern ridge.

According to the Chamber of Commerce, "Every Day is a perfect day for a Blue Ridge R&R". We agree whole-heartedly! Come see for yourself. You'll find friendly people, a quiet, country atmosphere, and more events than you can shake a stick at!