Area Attractions


Babyland General Hospital - Cleveland

There are thousands of Cabbage Patch Kids at Babyland General Hospital just waiting to be adopted. big and small, preemies, newborns and 'kids, from bald to a full head of hair, every baby has a name, birthday and a hard to resist personality.
Visit website: www.cabbagepatchkids.com


Downtown Helen

Downtown Helen is only 20 minutes from downtown Clarkesville. The town resembles an alpine village with towers and cobblestone walkways. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities and see several attractions in Helen and its surrounding area.
Visit website: www.helenga.org

 

Clarkesville Greenways:

A developing recreational trail system providing activities such as walking, jogging, hiking, bird watching, nature study, fishing, picnicking and outdoor fun.Also home to a natural wetland.
Visit: http://www.soque.org/publications/Greenways_BIFOLD_5d_version.pdf for more information.

 

Scenic 197

Leave your city blues behind and travel off the beaten track to the mountains and lakes of northeast Georgia. Meander down Scenic Hwy 197 where you can stop to have a morning biscuit, go trout fishing, shop for hand made regional arts and crafts, flowers, and native plants, experience fine dining, local entertainment, and stay at cozy bed and breakfasts, comfortable cabins, park your RV, or go camping.
Visit website: http://www.scenic197.com/

 

Sautee-Nacoochee Valley

Historic, artistic Sautee Nacoochee Valley is nestled in the hills of beautiful north Georgia. We've got unique shops, history, art, music, theater, a coffee shop, winery,restaurants, cabins, B&B Inns, and some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. Shop, eat, and play year round ... historic sites, natural landscapes, local artisans, cozy lodging, creative cuisine, folk pottery, antiques, wine tasting, and warm welcomes.
Visit Website: http://www.sauteenacoochee.com/

 

Currahee Military Museum

Currahee Military Museum, in historic downtown Toccoa's restored train depot, is home to the WWII history of approximately 17,000 soldiers that trained at Camp Toccoa to become paratroopers . The "Easy Company" was featured in Steven Spielberg's award-winning HBO series "Band Of Brothers."
Visit Website: http://attractions.uptake.com/blog/currahee-military-museum-toccoa-georgia-4862.html

 

 

 
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