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Prices for a stay in Blue Ridge Lake begin at $116 per night.
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About Blue Ridge Lake
In the north of Georgia, Lake Blue Ridge has miles of shoreline for you to discover, as well as gorgeous calm waters. The picturesque lake is surrounded by the forested Blue Ridge Mountains, making it a beautiful spot to vacation. With all kinds of natural areas for you to relax in, this Georgia getaway will feel fresh and renewing.
Things to do in Blue Ridge Lake
The lake has campsites where you can spend the night, as well as a marina to kick off your boat trip from. The Lake Blue Ridge Dayuse Area has beautiful views of the lake, and is a great place for a short hike as well has having a popular walking path. You can get paddleboards or kayaks here to rent. Morgantown Point Recreation Area is the perfect beach for kids, with picnic areas and boat rentals. It’s a pebble beach though — so bring water shoes for the kids! The Lake Blue Ridge Dam is one of the largest dams in the country, with incredible views and a picnic area. Below the dam is a good start for setting off in a canoe, or trout fishing — a fisherman’s dream.
Day trips from Blue Ridge Lake
Most of the shoreline that the Blue Ridge Lake lies in is part of Chattahoochee National Forest. The National Forest covers 18 counties in Georgia, meaning that there’s a ton of day trip potential as one of the most popular tourist activities in the state. There are over 450 miles of trails for you to walk or hike, and thousands of miles of streams and other rivers to admire. Try the Anna Ruby Falls Trail, the Chattooga River Whitewater, or the Appalachian Trail in Georgia. Take some time by the Chattahoochee River also!
Blue Ridge Lake accommodations
Blue Ridge Lake has all kinds of woodsy cabins that will make you feel at one with nature. Finding your lake house starts at Tripping, where you can browse through a wide selection of rentals for a summer vacation or a winter getaway. Idyllic views and rentals wait for you at Blue Ridge Lake, where you can relax with your family and enjoy the time away.
Transportation in Blue Ridge Lake
Driving up to your rental is a surefire mode of transportation. Having your car with you makes it easy to explore the lake and take day trips, as there are roads and highways very near to each spot of wilderness. With boats that can take you all over the lake, and walking trails that can take you high up above the water, it’s fairly easy to get around Blue Ridge Lake. However, there’s little public transportation to get you around or between the towns.