You'll find mountain views and more in the Northeast Georgia Mountains. Natural wonders include forests and waterfalls as well as the peaks. The mountains take on an Alpine feel in Helen, modeled after a Bavarian village. Spend the day outdoors in Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests with miles of trails to explore; you might stumble upon the Scull Shoals ghost town near Lake Oconee. Take a gentle tube ride down a river or tumble through whitewater rapids. Take in scenic views from the Russell-Brasstown National Scenic Byway.
Discover the sound of Appalachia with a day in Dahlonega. Weekends see the town square packed with fiddlers, banjo players, and other musicians plucking out the local sound. Discover other local talent at the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia in Nacoochee. Bring home a Cabbage Patch doll from Babyland General Hospital and visit the North Georgia Zoo, both in Cleveland. Challenge yourself to find your way through the corn maze in Dawsonville.
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Cool mountain air makes a day golfing in the Northeast Georgia Mountains even more enjoyable, with mountains as the backdrop to your shots. Head to Helen where the town's Bavarian theme continues at the Innsbruck Golf Club. Gold Digest calls Brasstown Valley Golf Club one of the best in Georgia.
You'll feel like you're in the Alps in Helen, where the entire town is designed to look like a Bavarian village. Spend a day browsing its many shops. Add a new member to your family at Babyland General Hospital in Cleveland, where Cabbage Patch Kids are waiting to be adopted. Head to the top of Georgia's tallest mountain, Brasstown Bald, for a view over four states.