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Georgia-North Carolina State Line
Entering Union County, Georgia -- 204,736 acres of which about half are within the Chattahoochee National Forest -- in the Appalachian Mountains. Attraction in Union County include: Union County Historical Courthouse Museum, Blairsville, GA. Blood Mountain Archaeological Area, Brasstown Bald Mountain & Visitor Information Center, Byron Herbert Reece Home place, Cooper's Creek Scenic & Recreation Area, DeSoto Falls Scenic Area, Dukes Creek Falls, Frank Gross Recreation Area, Helton Creek Falls, Horse Trough Falls, Lake Nottely, Lake Winfield Scott, Lake Woody, Richard Russell Scenic Highway, Sosebee Cove Scenic Area, Trackrock Archaeological Area, Vogel State Park, Woody Gap Recreational Area.
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Route 325 -- Lake Nottley, Georgia
Access route surrounding Lake Nottley, a 4,200 -acre Tennessee Valley Authority lake with 106 miles of shoreline.
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Nottley Marina
Access and rental boats for Lake Nottley
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Butternut Creek Golf Course
Union County 18-hole public golf course
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Routes US 76 and Georgia 515 Intersection
Entering Blairsville, GA, Business District. Go West on 76, and turn left at the first opportunity for the Welcome Center. Travel East or West on the 360-mile Southern Highroads Trail. Go West to North Georgia Technical College, Fannin County and Blue Ridge. Go East to Towns County, Young Harris, Hiawassee and Georgia Mountain Fair.--Attractions in Blairsville, GA - The Historical Courthouse & Museum are the cornerstone of Town Square. Downtown Blairsville events include the Mountain Gospel Convention and Spring Arts & Crafts Festival in May and the SouthEastern Bluegrass Association Festival in September. A block from Town Square is the Historical Society's Mountain Life Museum with its Labor Day Heritage Marketplace Festival. A mile from Downtown Blairsville is Butternut Creek Golf Course and Meeks Park which hosts Blairsville's Scottish Festival and Highland Games in June, Butternut Creek Arts Festival in July, and Georgia's official Sorghum Festival in October. In the southern tip of Union County is Georgia's highest community, Suches in the Valley Above the Clouds with its Indian Summer Festival in October.
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Access to Fannin County and Blue Ridge
West of highway. In Fannin County, Georgia, the Gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Cohuttas rise in the west and the Blue Ridge to the south and east.Attractions in Fannin County: Blue Ridge Scenic Railway one of the 'must see' attractions in the north Georgia. Mercier Orchards roadside market,
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Old Union County Courthouse
Union County Historical Society Museum exhibits items dating from the County's founding in 1832 and the Morgan Minature Collection.
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Alternate US 129
Truck route to/from US 76.
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Blairsville, Georgia, Super Flea Market

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Town Creek School Road
3.5 miles to Misty Mountain Inn & Cottages and Misty Mountain Train Museum, a privately owned, O-guage display. Connects US 129/19 and US 180 to Georgia's highest point, Brasstown Bald. Access to Trackrock Archeological Area, Georgia Mountain Agricultural Experiment Station, Arkaquah Trail, Trackrock Stables & Campground, and Alexander's Country Store.
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Georgia Mountain Experiment Station & Arboretum

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Nottley River Tubing

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Logan Turnpike Mill
An operating grist mill with on-site store.
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Pappy's Marketplace
Flea market atmosphere with ice cream shop and riverside restaurant.
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Nottley River
Trout stream that continues parallel to Route 180 East. Licensing enforced.
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Route 180 East, Russell-Brasstown National Scenic Byway
180 continues West with 129. Access to Russell-Brasstown National Scenic Byway (Highways 180, 348, and 17/75) includes Union & White Counties; Duke's Creek Falls; Raven Cliffs Fall & Wilderness Area; Brasstown Bald (4,784 ft elevation, Georgia's highest point); and Appalachian Trail (Unicoi, Hog's Pen & Tesnatee Gaps). The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a 2,174-mile footpath along the ridgecrests and across the major valleys of the Appalachian Mountains from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in northern Georgia.
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Route 180 West
Access to Suches, Georgia (Appalachian Trail Springer Mountain & Woody Gap), Lake Winfield Scott, Cooper's Creek Wildlife Management Area, Sosobee Cove Scenic Area
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Vogel State Park
Full facility, year-round state park, 103 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, 18 Walk-in Campsites. One of Georgia's oldest and most popular state parks, Vogel is located at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Nearby Attractions: Appalachian Trail and Walasi-Yi Center, Unicoi State Park, Dahlonega Gold Museum, Moccasin Creek State Park, Amicalola Falls State Park, Southern Highroads Trails.
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Helton Creek Road
Access to Helton Creek Falls
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Appalachian Trail & Blood Mountain
Parking for hikers
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Walasi-Yi Center & Neel's Gap
Year-round hostel facility for hikers, only covered point on the Appalachian Trail.
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Entering Lumpkin County, Georgia
Site of the first U.S. discovery of gold.
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Blood Mountain Country Store

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DeSoto Falls Chattahoochee National Forest Scenic Area
Hiking, fishing along the beautiful Frogtown Creek, and camping are some of the activities offered this area north of the Georgia mountains. Desoto Falls Recreation Area has 24 campsites outfitted with tent pads, picnic tables and grills.
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Turn-Around and Rest Area
Not a scenic stop.
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Turner's Corner
US 19 turns off toward Dahlonega, Georgia
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Entering White County, Georgia
White County is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, home of the Cabbage Patch kids, BabyLand General Hospital, the Alpine Village of Helen and the historic district of the Sautee and Nacoochee Valleys.
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Smithgall Woods Wildlife Management Area

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Alternate Route 75 Intersection
Access to Russell-Brasstown National Scenic Byway; Helen, Georgia; Unicoi State Park; and Anna Ruby Falls. Helen, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the Chattahoochee River, is a re-creation of an alpine village complete with cobblestone alleys and old-world towers. Unicoi State Park nestled in the north Georgia mountains just two miles from the Alpine village of Helen. Facilities: 82 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, 33 Walk-in Campsites, 6 Picnic Shelters,
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Cleveland, Georgia, Business District

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The Square in Cleveland, Georgia
Intersection for Highways 129 and 115 forms the Square, including Cleveland City Hall and White County Historical Museum. Highway 115 is the Appalachian Foothills Parkway, an East-West route through North Georgia.
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BabyLand General Hospital
Birthplace for the Cabbage Patch Kids.
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