Georgia Mountain Communities

The North Georgia Mountains

Welcome to Paradise!

minihaha waterfall in Rabun County Georgia

Minihaha Falls Rabun County Ga

Helton Creek Falls Chattahoochee National Forest

Helton Creek Falls Chattahoochee National Forest

Horsetrough creek  Union County

Horse trough creek Chattahoochee River

The North Georgia Mountains around Blue Ridge offers activities for everyone in every season. From outdoor recreation to family fun, cultural, culinary and shopping experiences. Seeped in history, lush green forest, crisp clean rivers, thundering waterfalls and beautiful mountain vistas you know you are truly in mother natures playground.

Georgia Mountain Communities

Georgia mountain communities here are seeped in tradition. With the laid back “mountain time” you’ll feel the hustle of city life melt away the closer you get to the gateway of the Georgia mountains. With communities like Blairsville, Blue Ridge, Hiawassee, and Young Harris Georgia, you have lots of communities to choose from. Each Georgia mountain community offers¬† it’s own unique feel.¬† Which one would you like to call home?

 

State Parks in the North Georgia Mountains

Amicalola Falls State Park, Black Rock State Park,Fort Mountain State Park, Moccasin Creek State Park, Smithgall Woods State Park, Tallulah Gorge State Park, Unicoi State Park, Vogel State Park

 

In order to give our customers the best quality service we usually limit our serving area to the five counties highlighted above. These counties include Hayesville, Murphy, and Andrews North Carolina. Plus Blairsville, Blue Ridge, Hiawassee, and Young Harris Georgia. This beautiful area offers six recreational clear mountain lakes connected by pure mountain steams. We boast three national forest, five wild life areas and the start of the Appalachian trail along with miles of hiking and biking trails.

 

Mountain communities  we represent

Areas we represent

In our mountains we will show you a botanical paradise. Enjoy, Discover, Explore. Altitude does effect attitude, be one of the few in the North Georgia and Western North Carolina mountains.

Relax! That’s what the mountains are for!