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Vacation rentals in Blue Ridge are priced starting at $104 per night.
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About Blue Ridge
Blue Ridge, a town of 1,000 residents, seamlessly combines small town charm with the enchantment of its surrounding nature. The town’s first industries were agriculture, mining, and lumber, which grew with the construction of the Marietta and North Georgia Railroad in the late 1800s. Tourism also surged with the construction of Highway 76 in the 1920s. Today, residents and visitors alike enjoy Blue Ridge’s proximity to the Chattahoochee National Forest, which provides recreational opportunities as well as employment for the region.
Things to do in Blue Ridge
Over 40 percent of the county’s land is part of the Chattahoochee National Forest, making it a rich destination for all things outdoors. Agritourism is a unique way to get outdoors, especially for those traveling with children or who are not inclined to more adventurous activities. The North Georgia Farm Trail runs through five counties, including Fannin County (the home of Blue Ridge), is a cultural, historical and agricultural destination. Take a ride on the family-friendly Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, which features seasonal events. Explore the beautiful Chattahoochee National Forest and Rich Mountain Wilderness, both of which border Blue Ridge. Visitors can choose from nearly any outdoor activity, from fishing to zip lining. The Ocoee River flows rapidly from March to October, creating many opportunities for whitewater rafting, tubing, and stand up paddle boarding. Several festivals pepper Blue Ridge’s calendar throughout the year. In May, enjoy the Blue Ridge Wine and Jazz festival, which is complete with live music and regional wines. The town lights up at Christmastime, with several festivals celebrating the change of seasons. Adults can enjoy a ride on the New Year’s Wine Train, which takes place on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway.
Day Trips from Blue Ridge
An hour and a half away, Atlanta is home to innumerable activities for visitors. Take a movie tour through Atlanta, which visits the film sites of classic and popular films. Atlanta’s downtown area is full of high quality restaurants. After walking some of downtown’s many attractions, stop for dinner at a well-known chain or an Atlanta favorite, such as Aviva by Kameel. At the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Chattanooga mixes city attractions with rugged beauty. An hour and a half away, and over the state line, this Tennessee city offers visitors a host of opportunities to enjoy it. Take a cruise down the scenic Tennessee River, or learn about the Civil War history at Chickamauga National Military Park from historians in period dress. Out of state visitors may be inclined to take the two-and-a-half-hour drive to Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina. Take a day hike and enjoy stunning views of brightly colored foliage, waterfalls, and mountain vistas. Visitors can also take guided horseback rides from mid-March to November, and they are suitable for all ability levels. Visitors in the fall will be rewarded with bright autumn color, which can be seen from scenic drives and hiking trails.
Accommodation in Blue Ridge
There are over 500 vacation rentals near Blue Ridge on Tripping.com. From rustic cabins to luxury homes, there are accommodations for every vacation style and budget. Enjoy the woodsy solitude that this town offers from a warm and comfortable vacation home.
Transportation in Blue Ridge
Out of town visitors can fly into Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, which is 73 miles away from Blue Ridge. If you’re traveling by car, you can reach most destinations on Highways 60 and 76.
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