Plan Your Tennessee Vacation Today!
Here are our favorite things to see and do in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina. There are activities for all types of travelers to enjoy in our area.
Historic Downtown Ducktown, Copperhill & McCaysville
Historic Downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia Has Plenty To Offer!
This list only scratches the surface of what Blue Ridge has to offer. New attractions are continuously coming to town so be sure to check back and see what’s changed!
Your Tennessee vacation wouldn’t be complete without going ziplining over some breathtaking valleys. A top rated experience is the Ocoee River Basin Canopy Tour. Operating since 1971, these guys are professionals in the industry. Not only that, but their tree-based tour takes you through 14 wooded acres.
- A three hour tour with over a half a mile of air time
- Three sky bridges offering panoramic views
- 9 zip line sections alternating between trees and elevated platforms
- Unforgettable experiences!
- Canopy Rangers will share both the history and the wonder of the recovery of this area from red clay back to deep green forest.
Horseback Riding with Blanche Manor
One of the best ways to see the beautiful mountain views is on horseback.
Many past guests have had nothing but great things to say about their horseback riding experience at Blanche Manor. It’s a short 20 minute drive from our treehouses and they have various packages to fit your trip plans. Perfect for the whole family!
Merciers: A North Georgia Must Visit
People from all over the South East have heard about the one and only Mercier Orchards. Known for their expanse of apple orchards, they have grown their 300+ acres of property to become a place for all types of travelers to find something to do. Listed below are some activities that they offer. It’s centrally located and not far from the treehouses!
They offer a lot of seasonal activities so keep a look-out for events they might be hosting!
South Eastern Tennessee is known for the rivers and lakes in the area. Most notably is the Ocoee River, former home to the 1996 Olympic White Water Competition. The river is still used for white water rafting and kayaking between April-October. With the assistance of skilled guides, this is a great option for groups looking to have some fun!
For a more serene and gentle experience on the water, there’s the Toccoa River for tubing, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. See below for a list of outfitters that provide shuttle service, guide services, tubes, kayak/canoe rental for your trip:
Our area is prime for some great mountain biking. If you weren’t able to bring your bike along with you, don’t worry! There is a local shop that supplies bike rentals as well. Located at the Ocoee White Water Center, mountain bike enthusiasts have access to the Tansai Trail System which connects 9 trails diverse trails.
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