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Elizabeth & Co.

Best of Georgia 2022!

Expanding to 20,000 sq.ft in Fall 2021 of – Antiques – Vintage – Primitives – Shabby Chic- General Store – Handmade Items – Gifts

Elizabeth & Company Resale Treasures is a dream venture between my mom and I that was in the making for many years, just waiting for Mom to retire. We are a unique place to join others that have the same passion for the look and feel of the Days Gone By; including antiques, vintage, primitives, shabby-chic, furniture, handmade items, gifts, a ladies clothing boutique, Rethunk Junk Resin Paint Retailer & General Store! (more…)

Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals

Find Your Place in the North Georgia Mountains

Escape to a mountain getaway in Blue Ridge with Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals. The mountains of Blue Ridge, Georgia are always in season ”“ whether you choose to vacation among the wildflowers of spring, refreshing Lake Blue Ridge and Toccoa River waters of summer, breathtaking foliage of fall, or dancing snow flurries of winter. Search our collection of North Georgia cabin rentals to find your perfect vacation home at an affordable price any time of year. […]

Highlights from North Georgia

Community Spotlight: Habersham County

Small Towns Nestled in the Nature of Habersham County Habersham County is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northeast Georgia. From it’s early days founding in 1818 boasts a rich history Named after Colonel Joseph Habersham, a Revolutionary War hero and former Postmaster General of the United States. From its early days as a frontier settlement to its emergence as a thriving agricultural hub, Habersham County offers a welcoming hospitality as it continues to grow. Surrounded by lush forests, rolling hills, and waterways of the Soque, Tugaloo & Tallulah River Habersham County offers ample opportunities for [...]

Road Trip To: Dial & Suches

On the back roads of Dial & Suches If you want to see North Georgia’s unspoiled nature and most scenic route; just travel the winding road along Hwy. 60. The two quaint towns of Suches, GA in Union County and unincorporated Dial, GA in Fannin County is a place that few visitors get to see on the back roads of Georgia. Suches is also known as the “Valley above the Clouds”. Outside of Dahlonega, the road forks Left off Hwy. 19 going North over beautiful mountain vistas. From Woody Gap is where you enter this area as The Appalachian Trail [...]

Fort Mountain Mystery

Just outside Ellijay, traveling on State Road 52 to the Northwest, is a winding two lane road that ascends more than a thousand feet with sharp turns and pull-offs on both sides. Fort Mountain State Park’s entrance then takes you to the park office where you can get information about trails, camping, R.V. sites, and many activities, including hiking, backpacking, biking, picnicking, horse back riding, fishing, swimming, or geocoaching hidden treasures. Fort Mountain takes its name from a peak that has remnants of a stone formation around part of that peak. These mysterious piles of non-native rock, many of them [...]

Explore North Georgia State Parks

North Georgia State Parks include a variety of recreational activities besides camping and welcome travelers to explore “Our Neck of the Woods”. Enjoy your passion to see a waterfall, go horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, hiking, biking, or just have a picnic. The great State Parks of North Georgia are waiting for you to watch nature at it’s best! Moccasin Creek State Park Park (706) 947-3194 Reservations (800) 864-7275 Known as the park “where spring spends the summer,” Moccasin Creek is located on the shores of lovely 2,800-acre Lake Burton. Accessibility offers easy navigation for large RVs, children’s bicycles and wheelchairs. [...]

Waterfalls of North Carolina

Big Laurel and Mooney Falls Standing Indian area - one roadside, the other a fairly easy to maybe moderate hike Directions: From the turn off to Rufus Morgan Falls, continue west on Hwy 64 for 6.3 miles and turn left on west Old Murphy Rd. Look for a brown and white sign for Standing Indian Campground. This turn is about 12 miles from the intersection of 64 west and 441/23 just outside of Franklin. Drive just under 2 miles and turn right at the sign for Standing Indian Campground (FR67). Drive 6.7 miles down FR67 - bearing left at the entrance [...]

and the Chattahoochee River runs through it…

Many people know the Chattahoochee River as one of the most important U.S. Army Corps of Engineers impoundments in the nation. This river’s basin is the smallest in the nation and serves as a source of drinking water for metro Atlanta, and continues along the Georgia – Alabama border, and into Florida. This important source not only provides drinking water supply to more than half of all Georgian residents, but also provides hydroelectric power, commercial navigation, flood control, and recreation in three states to over 25 million Americans. It begins as a spring; “Chattahoochee Gap,” just a little more than [...]

The Gem of North Carolina: Franklin

The town of Franklin, is “Rich” in history and surrounded by the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Located in the southwestern corner of North Carolina, it is just 30 minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The famous Appalachian Trail winds through Macon County with many campsites just off the trail, such as Standing Indian here in Macon County, just west of Franklin on highway 64W. Outdoor enthusiasts visit the forest regularly to take advantage of the Nantahala River and Nantahala Lake. Franklin is situated on the Little Tennessee River and Tassee Park provides good access to the river for peaceful [...]

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