You’ll be inspired by the Lonesome Dove Path, an amazing ranch-style home located in Blue Ridge, Georgia. The 3 bedroom home has 2 bathrooms, and 3,200 square feet of space, and sits on 1.74 acres. The home features a true log home finish, with a fully furnished living area, butler’s pantry, and so much more. The log home is constructed of Western logs cut from standing dead timber which is super dry. The log home is in a private location located less than 5 minutes from downtown Blue Ridge. One of the most important things to consider when purchasing your home is its location. This stunning log home is located in Blue Ridge, Georgia a place with so many things to do.
Blue Ridge. Blue Ridge was established as a railroad town, with the depot at its heart. Visitors would ride the train to town, eat dinner and take a leisurely walk to the mineral springs after dinner. Today, visitors still ride the train and take a walk along Main Street, enjoying the antique and specialty shops, restaurants, galleries, small-town atmosphere, and friendly people. First-time visitors are amazed at the number and quality of shops and restaurants in downtown Blue Ridge. The following are some of the things to enjoy in Blue Ridge.
Beautiful Mountain Scenery. Winter, summer, spring, and fall, Georgia’s Blue Ridge is simply beautiful. Winter is a quiet season, with occasional snow. Spring is a good season for trout fishing, wildflowers, blooming dogwoods, and native azaleas. Summer brings an abundance of mountain laurel and rhododendron blossoms, along with warmer water perfect for tubing and rafting. Blue Ridge is a great place to experience the brilliant colors of fall or to enjoy the holidays with family and friends.
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway. Take a ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway along the Toccoa River from Blue Ridge to McCaysville. Board the train at the historic depot in Blue Ridge. The view changes with the seasons. Special trips are planned throughout the year like the Firecracker Special and the Santa Express trips.
Hiking and outdoor adventures. Two of the greatest outdoor adventures in the world begin in Fannin County. Both the Appalachian and Benton MacKaye Trails start at the top of Springer Mountain. There are over 300 miles of hiking trails in the area, including short trails suitable for beginning hikers and families.
Fish the Trout Capital of Georgia. Fannin County is the Trout Capital of Georgia. There are over 100 miles of great trout fishing rivers, creeks, and streams in the area, including Jack’s River, Conasauga River, Toccoa River, Rock Creek, Noontootla Creek, and Cooper Creek.
Mercier Orchards. Visit Mercier Orchards, the largest orchard in the south, located on Highway 5 just outside Blue Ridge. Pick apples off the tree, buy fresh apple cider and the best-fried apple pies, a true farm-to-table experience. Treat the family to a farm tractor tour and u-pick strawberries, blueberries, and apples in season. The new tasting room features homemade hard cider from the freshest Mercier-grown fruit.
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