Fly Fishing

Georgia Wild Trout offers guided fly fishing tours in North Georgia. You can explore hidden and rarely discussed waterways. Whether you are a beginner, or more experienced fly angler, Georgia offers places to find plenty of colorful wild trout willing to eat a fly.
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Public Telescope Viewing

North GA College Observatory offers telescope viewing open to the public. Community members are invited to free telescope viewings of the night sky on Friday and Saturday evenings between 8:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m., weather permitting.

*Check the Facebook page for the nightly opening status.


Dahlonega, Blue Ridge & Helen offer a wide variety of shopping. In Dahlonega, stroll the brick walks of the town square in the historic district, where unique shops and galleries beckon you inside the old buildings.

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Scenic Byways

Kennedy Creek Resort is located on the western portion of SR 180, which has the distinction of being the curviest road in Georgia. The eastern part of SR 180 has the distinction of being part of the Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway and leads you to Brasstown Bald State Park, which is the highest peak in Georgia.

Whitewater Rafting & Tubing

Wildwater Rafting in Ducktown offers four different trips. One is a combination trip with the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway in Fannin County. Also, slow relaxing tubing excursions are offered in Helen & Dahlonega.

Visit here for more information.

Swan Drive-in Movie Theater

The Swan is one of five drive-in theatres in the state of Georgia that is still operating. The Swan operates year round with first run movies. Visit here for show times.


Each state park has its own set of trails that are usually well maintained and marked. Some of these trails also lead to the Appalachian Trail.

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