Check out our newest additions:
|Oh Deer||Cozy Daybreak|
|Mountain Gypsy||Legend of the Sky|
|Black Bear Cove - Lake Cabin|
We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service! When you stay with us, you can count on a team who cares about your vacation. We even provide you with our personal cell phone numbers in case you have an after hour emergency. Your vacation is our business!
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, Fannin Brewing Company 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.
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Adults $8, children 4-11 $5 and children 3 and under are free! Now WHERE can you see 2 movies for that price! Movie goes on in the rain. Pets allowed as long as they are kept on a leash and do not cause a disturbance to others. This is a cash only establishment. No credit or debit cards accepted. VIEW MORE
Check out what is in season. It is a beautiful place any time of year! Remember their world famous fried apple pies.
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.
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. VIEW MORE
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!