Monday, September 15, 2014

review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Cari of Jacksonville

Black Sheep Bar and Patio

480 W. Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA, 30513
706-946-3663
Angela Oyer


Southern comfort food 
Located in a historic residence


review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Cari of Jacksonville on Yelp:

Wow this was a nice little find on our trip to Blue Ridge ! We started off with the tuna nachos and bbq pork belly both were very good , the sauce on the nachos was to die for . For our main coarse we had the penne ala vodka and cowboy cut ribeye

see full review here

Monday, September 1, 2014

The Blue Ridge Canopy Adventure

The Blue Ridge Canopy Adventure
706-946-1010
Make your reservation NOW:

September thru November - FALL PEAK SEASON - OPEN 6 DAYS - First tour at 11am - Last tour 3pm. Advance reservations suggested. Closed on Mondays. 

Blue Ridge's first and only mountain side canopy tour. Come see us at the Hell's Hollow Adventure Outpost and zip-line through MOONSHINE COUNTRY!


 

Saturday, August 16, 2014

We Were Swingin’ Cache (MORE DIFFICULT)

We Were Swingin’ Cache (MORE DIFFICULT) This is a challenging geocache and to find it you will have to be resourceful. First, use our self-guided tour, Hiking Trail Access Points, available from the self guided tours button above, to get directions to the Swinging Bridge parking area. Then go to a GPS fix at (N 34° 44.211’ W084° 10.004). Once at this point follow the Benton McKaye Trail up a strenuous climb to find the cache at ( N 34° 43.873’ W084° 10.183’).
Geocaching in the Blue Ridge Mountains Use your GPS to search for hidden treasure.



Want to go on a unique adventure in Georgia’s Blue Ridge? Geocaching is a fun and exciting way to discover some of the most amazing places in our area. Geocaching is a kind of high tech outdoor treasure hunt, where you use a GPS unit to track down a cache that has been hidden.
Once you find it, you can participate in the fun and goodies that are hidden within. Take something, leave something, sign the logbook are the basic rules of the game. Please leave the cache well hidden and make sure you are not observed at the We Were Swingin’ geocache, it’s part of the fun to keep the cache hidden for the next geocacher. We have hidden 5 geocaches in Georgia’s Blue Ridge and all have a different kind of treasure in them. The coordinates for each are below. Just enter them into your GPS unit, track them down and join the fun! 




 Another way to enjoy geocaching in our area is to log on to geocaching.com and check out all the great caches people have hidden in our incredibly scenic and interesting area. Put Blue Ridge’s zipcode 30513 into the Search box and you will see more than 250 geocaches in the area around Georgia’s Blue Ridge.

Find even more geocaches on the web by logging on to Geocaching_Websites_Listing

Source:  Fannin County Chamber of Commerce website -  a GREAT source for more geo-caching ideas for Fannin and other fantastic things to do in the are! 

Saturday, June 28, 2014

review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Nicholas of Marietta





Black Sheep Bar and Patio

480 W. Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA, 30513
706-946-3663
Angela Oyer


Southern comfort food 
Located in a historic residence


review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Nicholas of Marietta on Yelp:

Great food, great service, great history of the house. We were lucky enough to meet the owner who had great stories about the house itself.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

We Were Swingin’ (EASY)

We Were Swingin’ (EASY) First, use our self-guided tour, Hiking Trail Access Points, available from the self guided tours button above, to get directions to the Swinging Bridge parking area. Then go to a GPS fix at (N 34° 44.211’ W084° 10.004). This is a virtual cache with a great
view of a beautiful mountain river and the suspension bridge across it.

Geocaching in the Blue Ridge Mountains Use your GPS to search for hidden treasure.



Want to go on a unique adventure in Georgia’s Blue Ridge? Geocaching is a fun and exciting way to discover some of the most amazing places in our area. Geocaching is a kind of high tech outdoor treasure hunt, where you use a GPS unit to track down a cache that has been hidden.
Once you find it, you can participate in the fun and goodies that are hidden within. Take something, leave something, sign the logbook are the basic rules of the game. Please leave the cache well hidden and make sure you are not observed at the We Were Swingin’ geocache, it’s part of the fun to keep the cache hidden for the next geocacher. We have hidden 5 geocaches in Georgia’s Blue Ridge and all have a different kind of treasure in them. The coordinates for each are below. Just enter them into your GPS unit, track them down and join the fun! 




 Another way to enjoy geocaching in our area is to log on to geocaching.com and check out all the great caches people have hidden in our incredibly scenic and interesting area. Put Blue Ridge’s zipcode 30513 into the Search box and you will see more than 250 geocaches in the area around Georgia’s Blue Ridge.

Find even more geocaches on the web by logging on to Geocaching_Websites_Listing

Source:  Fannin County Chamber of Commerce website -  a GREAT source for more geo-caching ideas for Fannin and other fantastic things to do in the are! 

Sunday, May 18, 2014

review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Elizabeth of NC





Black Sheep Bar and Patio

480 W. Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA, 30513
706-946-3663
Angela Oyer


Southern comfort food 
Located in a historic residence


review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Elizabeth of NC from Yelp:

Wonderful restaurant - not to be missed while visiting Blue Ridge GA
Save room for the flourless chocolate cake.

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Ironic History in Copper Country

Ironic History in Copper Country (N 34° 59.265’ W084° 22.278’) hint: a big hunk of iron straddles the water, here take a pic, you know that you oughta. (historical discovery and pix opportunity only, no physical cache)

Geocaching in the Blue Ridge Mountains Use your GPS to search for hidden treasure.



Want to go on a unique adventure in Georgia’s Blue Ridge? Geocaching is a fun and exciting way to discover some of the most amazing places in our area. Geocaching is a kind of high tech outdoor treasure hunt, where you use a GPS unit to track down a cache that has been hidden.
Once you find it, you can participate in the fun and goodies that are hidden within. Take something, leave something, sign the logbook are the basic rules of the game. Please leave the cache well hidden and make sure you are not observed at the We Were Swingin’ geocache, it’s part of the fun to keep the cache hidden for the next geocacher. We have hidden 5 geocaches in Georgia’s Blue Ridge and all have a different kind of treasure in them. The coordinates for each are below. Just enter them into your GPS unit, track them down and join the fun! 




 Another way to enjoy geocaching in our area is to log on to geocaching.com and check out all the great caches people have hidden in our incredibly scenic and interesting area. Put Blue Ridge’s zipcode 30513 into the Search box and you will see more than 250 geocaches in the area around Georgia’s Blue Ridge.

Find even more geocaches on the web by logging on to Geocaching_Websites_Listing

Source:  Fannin County Chamber of Commerce website -  a GREAT source for more geo-caching ideas for Fannin and other fantastic things to do in the are! 

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Kane from FL on Yelp:


Black Sheep Bar and Patio

480 W. Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA, 30513
706-946-3663
Angela Oyer


Southern comfort food 
Located in a historic residence


review for Black Sheep Bar and Patio by Kane from FL on Yelp:

Fantastic food, fantastic service, fantastic full bar!

Daily specials on both the lunch and dinner menus, including a daily vegetarian special.

This is a Blue Ridge treasure.


Monday, April 21, 2014

May 3rd - 2014 “Polk”er Run

2014 “Polk”er Run
A scenic & challenging round trip ride with 5 checkpoints!

Saturday, May 3, 2014
Polk County, TN




Registration begins at 10 a.m @Cherokee Rafting Company
First rider out at 10:30, last rider out 11:30. Last bike in 4:30.
$15 per hand, per person.
Register early to ensure a t-shirt the day of event!

Stops: Cherokee Rafting Co., Savannah Oaks Winery, Reliance Fly & Tackle, Wildwater Willie’s & HWY 64 Gym Bar & Grill

Prizes awarded to Best Hand & Worst Hand!!!
50/50 & Raffle Tickets Drawings!!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

If Art Had a Heart

If Art Had a Heart (N 34° 51.827’ W084° 19.622’) hint: up steps and through columns that's the hard part, ask the art people, that's where you start.
Geocaching in the Blue Ridge Mountains Use your GPS to search for hidden treasure.



Want to go on a unique adventure in Georgia’s Blue Ridge? Geocaching is a fun and exciting way to discover some of the most amazing places in our area. Geocaching is a kind of high tech outdoor treasure hunt, where you use a GPS unit to track down a cache that has been hidden.
Once you find it, you can participate in the fun and goodies that are hidden within. Take something, leave something, sign the logbook are the basic rules of the game. Please leave the cache well hidden and make sure you are not observed at the We Were Swingin’ geocache, it’s part of the fun to keep the cache hidden for the next geocacher. We have hidden 5 geocaches in Georgia’s Blue Ridge and all have a different kind of treasure in them. The coordinates for each are below. Just enter them into your GPS unit, track them down and join the fun! 




 Another way to enjoy geocaching in our area is to log on to geocaching.com and check out all the great caches people have hidden in our incredibly scenic and interesting area. Put Blue Ridge’s zipcode 30513 into the Search box and you will see more than 250 geocaches in the area around Georgia’s Blue Ridge.

Find even more geocaches on the web by logging on to Geocaching_Websites_Listing

Source:  Fannin County Chamber of Commerce website -  a GREAT source for more geo-caching ideas for Fannin and other fantastic things to do in the are! 

Friday, April 18, 2014

Off Road Tours SUPER TRUXXX



SUPER TRUXXX



the Biggest, Most extreme off road tour in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Operating on a private 150ac outpost at the base of the Cohutta Mountains inHell's Hollow area of Fannin County Blue Ridge. 
Their trucks are one of a kind CUSTOM BUILT terra earth machines with 10
passenger seating capabilities, full bodied roll cages and exoskeletons.
These trucks sit at over 12 feet tall with 50" tires!! 
http://www.supertruxxx.com/index.php/about-us
706.946.1010

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Wagon Rides & Fireside Dinner



Wagon Rides & Fireside Dinner

To make reservations between 8:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.:
(706) 455-7433

Tuesday, April 1, 2014


Awake the Grapes!
Saturday, May 3rd
1:00 to 6:00 PM

We look forward to celebrating with you, spring's arrival as the vines awaken from their winter's slumber! Music, wine and fun!

http://www.serenberryvineyards.com/awakethegrapes.html
 

 

Monday, March 31, 2014

Hummer Tours Off Road Tours



Hummer Tours Off Road Tours in Blue Ridge, Georgia is another great way to truly see the backwoods of the beautiful North Georgia Mountains.  

 

 

A military style H1 Hummer takes guests through Cashes Valley on an old remote dirt road that fords Fighting Town Creek 5 times before reaching the final destination. You can view beautiful waterfalls and creekside scenery throughout the tour. This is part of the North Georgia Mountains that many have not ever seen. If you want to see real mountain country, this is the tour for you. The price is $49 per person for a 2 to 3 hour tour, with a maximum of 10 people per tour. Custom tours with food and drink are available as well, but prices vary. http://www.outdoorblueridge.com/Hummer.php  

800-251-4800

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Mar 27 and 28 - last two days of Youth Art Month

Youth Art Month is a national celebration of the visual arts in education. YAM is held annually in March and is designed to emphasize the importance of quality art education for all children.

YAM was created in 1961 as a service to art educators and the public with the following objectives:

Recognize art as a necessity for the complete development of a high quality of life for all people
•Direct attention to art education as an effective vehicle to teach critical thinking, communication skills, self-expression and multi-cultural awareness
•Increase community, business and government support for art education
Exhibit will remain on display through March 28, 2014. Friends, family and the public are invited to attend.

Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association

420 W Main St, Blue Ridge, GA 30513

(706) 632-2144