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Visiting Atlanta & Northern Georgia
As fall yields to winter in northern Georgia, you’ll discover a wide range of excellent things to see and do sure to make your visit to the region unforgettable. From Atlanta suburbs like Hapeville and College Park, to some of the outlying cities like Athens, Commerce, and Blairsville, you’ll have much to see in late 2016 and early 2017 across northern Georgia.
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Make sure you set aside some time to explore the city of Rome in northern Georgia. Found to the west of Cartersville, and just outside of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Rome is home to the Rocky Mountain Recreation & Public Fishing Area. Georgia’s moderate climate means the fishing is excellent at any time of year.
You can enjoy a fun holiday celebration in Mount Berry, just minutes from nearby Rome. Visit the Krannert Center Ballroom on the campus of Berry College during Decmeber see a live rendition of A Charlie Brown Christmas.
When your visit to northern Georgia has you exploring Atlanta, be sure to check out The Masquerade event venue. Visit in early Winter for the Annual Atlanta Winter Beer Fest. Ideal for adults who enjoy craft brews, the Atlanta Winter Beer Fest combines excellent beer tasting events with live music, and plenty of fun.
In the far north of Georgia you’ll find Blairsville, another sterling destination. Blairsville yields quick and easy access to Vogel State Park where, visit in early December and you can be part of the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. During the evening you and the kids can enjoy hayrides, Christmas caroling, visits with Santa, and it all culminates with the lighting of a 35-foot Blue Spruce.