Recreational area with 32 RV sites: 30-amp electric hook-ups, water, fire ring, picnic table, deck and dump station; 25 primitive camping sites with restrooms and showers; lake, swimming and beach area, playgrounds, picnic pavilion, boat launch, john boat rentals, and a 1.5 mile nature trail. Pet friendly.
Non-profit Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association/Woodstock Chapter sponsors the Blanket's Creek Bicycle Trail, three wooded bicycle trails -- flat, intermediate, and advanced -- for all types of riders. Boasting 80,000 visitors annually, trails are open 7 days a week except when wet. Helmets required.
New Echota is one of the most significant Cherokee Indian sites in the nation and was where the tragic 'Trail of Tears' officially began. Visitors can see 12 original and reconstructed buildings. Nature trails leads visitors to New Town Creek and a small beaver pond.
Berry Patch Farms provides a pick-your-own blueberries, pumpkins and Christmas Tree experience. We have a variety of fresh, beautiful, long-lasting Christmas trees, pumpkins of every size and shape, and tons of blueberries! Our farm is a great place to enjoy a picnic and hayride, or a visit to the barn yard!
As the leaves begin to fall around the old wagon filled with bales of straw and wonderful pumpkins, you are invited to search for that perfect harvest decoration. We have fresh gourds, Indian corn, dried gourds, corn stalks, birdhouses, concrete pumpkins and so much more! Corn maze, hayrides.
Our 20 acre park is on both sides of Mineral Springs Creek and adjoins the Historic Mineral Springs. 5 acres on one side of the creek are for RV camping with 26 full hookup sites. On the other side, are 3 acres of RV sites with 12 full hookups. Tent camping, gold panning available.
The Blunt House, completed in 1848, is the second oldest house in Dalton. This fine example of Federal architecture was the home of Ainsworth Emery Blunt, the first mayor of Dalton, the first postmaster, one of the founders of the First Presbyterian Church, and a leader in the 1851 formation of Whitfield County from Murray County.
We are a full-service bicycle shop located in the North Georgia mountains. With over 45 years of experience, we make sure that whatever you need ? bikes, repair & maintenance, rentals, accessories, group rides, bike fit or trail advice ? we have it with guaranteed GREAT SERVICE!
We are a family owned and operated winery and vineyard, located in north Georgia wine country. We invite you to come for a tasting or a glass, while enjoying the beautiful scenery, and on weekends, enjoy live music from a great array of Georgia musicians every Saturday from 1:30-5:30.
A remnant of the antebellum industrial center started by Mark Anthony Cooper at Etowah, Georgia (now under the waters of Lake Allatoona), Cooper sold the iron manufacturing facilities to the Confederate States of America in 1863, and it was destroyed by Union forces in 1864 during Sherman's Atlanta Campaign.
A day at Copper Creek is packed full of excitement, adventure, and making memories. Pony rides, hay rides, pumpkin patch and a cow train, are just a few of the attractions that will make your day truly memorable. Sunflower Fest in June, corn maze in October, Christmas lights and activities in December.
Walking tour of the Dewar Wildlife facility includes gorilla villas, habitat, veterinary hospital, food preparation room, administration, and holding areas. Two young silverbacks from Zoo Atlanta came to Dewar Wildlife in February of 2012 and you'll get to meet them face to face!
Located west of Cartersville in the historic town of Euharlee, the Euharlee Covered Bridge recalls the days of buggies and 'horseless carriages.' Known as a landmark on Georgia's Covered Bridge Trail, the Euharlee Covered Bridge was built in 1886 by Washington W. King, a black contractor.
The lodge accommodates up to 33 guests and the stables up to 18 horses. The Moose Lodge Pavilion is used for weddings, corporate retreats, and family reunions. For additional fun, there is a tennis court and basketball court, skeet shooting, a large playground, and of course, horseback riding!
The Hamilton House is the oldest brick home in Dalton. In 1997 the 1840 house was purchased by the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Confederate General Joseph H. Lewis used the Hamilton House as the headquarters for the Kentucky Orphan Brigade during the Civil War.
A Blue Ridge Bed and Breakfast, rescued horse farm, as well as llama & alpaca rescue/foster home nestled on 36 secluded acres. Because our animals are rescues we do not offer horseback riding. You don?t need to stay with us to come by and meet our special animals. Please call first.
Operated by Carroll County, John Tanner Park is best known for its large sand swimming beach. It is a recreational haven for water lovers looking for boating and fishing, and for land-lovers who want to camp, picnic, play mini-golf, volleyball or horseshoes, or hike the nature trail.
LCCL Strawberry Farm offers a unique pick-your-own experience. Our farm has been providing delicious and fresh strawberries for more than 10 seasons. Our season is typically from mid-April to mid-June depending on the weather. Train rides for children on weekends during the season.
Guaranteed - Atlanta's Best PRIVATE Barnyard & Farm Celebrations. Offering: Private Parties and Birthdays, Farm to Table Field Trips, Summer Camps, Afterschool Classes, Playdates, Educational Workshops & Seasonal Farm Fresh Goods and loads of snuggling an amazing cast of critters.
Noontootla Creek Farms is open to the public with over two miles of quality trout water and excellent quail hunting. We are open year around with the best hunting and fishing taking place from the Fall through Spring of the following year. An on-site farmhouse is available for rental.
North Georgia Equestrian Tours is committed to making your national forest trail ride a premier experience. A quality gaited trail horse will carry you at various paces through the beauties of the North Georgia wilderness, ensuring your riding adventure remains safe and smooth.
Visit our farm this fall and start a new family tradition! Try your luck at finding your way out of the 4.5 acre corn maze. Get an up close look at your favorite farm animal. Take a hay ride around the corn maze. Search for treasures in the stack of hay. Take amazing farm photos of your family!
We offer open fields for sports games, picnic tables, nature walks, Farmland Petting Zoo, inflatable bounces, and The Hay Ride Farm Tour itself! You may see a camel, zebra, Padagonian Cavey, emu, ponies, buffalo roaming; not to mention the proverbial cow, donkey, chicken, turkey, pig, goats, sheep and much more!
Goats, calves, rabbits, ducks, and chickens are just a few of the friends you'll make at Pumpkin Patch Farm. Daring children try to find their way through tunnels and down slides in the hay maze, jockey the winning steed in the stick horse race, or earn the high score in the pumpkin ring toss. October.
The Seventy-four Ranch is the most unique bed and breakfast in North Georgia featuring the Old West ranch experience in wide open spaces to enjoy, with genuine cowboys, trail rides, cookouts, campfires, boating, fishing, cattle, baby animals and much more in an authentic historic setting filled with beautiful antiques.
Springbank Plantation at Barnsley Gardens Resort is home to one of the Southeast's premier Sporting Clays facilities. The 12 station sporting clays course is on the 1500 acre resort less than 5 miles from the hunting preserve. The course boasts a diverse layout of shots in open field, in the woods, and shots over two reclaimed bauxite mine ponds.
Silver Shoe Ranch is a quail hunting preserve in southern Whitfield County extending into northern Gordon County. Our fast-flying birds, great bird dogs, and courteous professional guides make for a great wing shooting experience for the seasoned quail hunter as well as the first timer.
The Sims Family Farm is focused on making your farm experience engaging and entertaining. U-Pick or We-Pick strawberries and other fruits and vegetables. We have sweet corn, blackberries and blueberries when in season. Bring the family out, enjoy a live working farm, and Pick-em while they are fresh.
During the fall harvest season, we have a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, and a petting zoo with baby calves, goats, rabbits, chickens, and cats. Other activities include seeing a small 100-year-old village with blacksmith shop, grist mill, chicken coop and a mule barn, an old hotel site and the remnants of the old vineyards.
Yahoo Farm is a true family farm dedicated to creating a fun experience for the entire family. We have all sorts of activity and magnificent scenery here and of course the pumpkins. We have quite a crop of pumpkins, in all sorts of types and sizes, so you can find the one that's just right.