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Friday, October 04, 2019
Enjoy fall with a glass of wine at these Lake Chatuge vineyardsWine lovers don’t have to travel across the pond or the country to sample and enjoy world-class wine. Lake Chatuge in Northeast Georgia is home to exceptional vineyards that rival the best that Napa and Tuscany have to offer. From inside the tasting rooms or the cozy front porch, visitors can enjoy stunning views of mountains and ...read more
Categories: Human Interest, Community
Friday, September 13, 2019
Visit Lake Chatuge this October for Foliage, Festivals and Fall FunWith its stunning mountain views, vibrant, ever-changing leaves and impressive lineup of festivals, Lake Chatuge in Northeast Georgia is the perfect place to spend the ideal fall day. Drive through the North Georgia mountains and escape to a fall paradise of music, beer, bar-b-que and more. Check out the full festival line up below ...read more
Categories: Fun Facts, Human Interest, Community, General News Article
Friday, April 12, 2019
Revive Your Senses in the Northeast Georgia Mountains! Spring is a time of renewal and birth.  The trees and plants that have been patiently awaiting warm weather wake up to spring rains and sunshine.  And, although spring comes a little bit later in the mountains of North Georgia than in other parts of the State, the length of the season is absolutely breathtaking.   Beginning in late March with ...read more
Categories: Human Interest
Friday, April 12, 2019
Cool Ideas for Hot Summer DaysTake a Hike - Summer in the Northeast Georgia Mountains means warm days and cool nights.  Because of the higher elevation (2,000’ – 4,700’ ft.), temperatures stay about 10 – 15 degrees cooler than other locations in surrounding areas.    Many year-round residents spend their summers camping in one of the well-appointed campgrounds or deep in the woods of the ...read more
Categories: General News Article
Friday, September 07, 2018
Fall Fun in the Northeast Georgia Mountains!Surround Yourself with Color!  There is no better time to visit the mountains of Northeast Georgia than in the Fall.  The air is crisp, the nights are cool and the leaves turn to the beautiful yellow, orange and red of the season.  The highest peak in Georgia, Brasstown Bald, can be found at the southwest corner of Towns County touching the sky at ...read more
Categories: General News Article