Cohutta Overlook

Cohutta Mountain Rd, Blue Ridge, Georgia, United States | Campground
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Leaving Ellijay

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

We are leaving today to return home. We always reflect on the week's events and each of us determin what we liked best.

Peggy – seeing Jack again;

Joan – hiking the Cowpen Trail with Jack;

Carol – Amicalola State ...

Chief Vann House, Fort Mountain State Park

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

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We went to Chief Vann House State Historic Site. During the 1790's and early 1800's James Vann was an influential Cherokee Indian who gained great wealth by estabilshing businesses along the Federal Road which forked through the Cherokee nation. In 1804 Vann completed construction of a beautiful two-and-a-half story brick home. It was the most elegant and expensive home in the Cherokee Nation. The home now includes ...

Cowpen Trail

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

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... backpack. The hiker said, "If he wants to come, he has to carry his own food." We sat on a flat rock and ate our lunch.

Our dinner was at Oti Japanese Steak House. We enjoyed the food, and service was good. We had our upside down pineapple pie for dessert when we arrived ...

3 towns - Blue Ridge, McCaysville, Copperhill

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

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We drove to Blue Ridge which is about 30 miles north of Ellijay. We walked around the quaint town and froze. According to the internet, the temperature feels like 41 degrees, and the wind is blowing. We visited several places here. We ate our lunch at Blue Ridge City Park in the center of town where there are picnic tables and benches.

We then proceeded to McCaysville, ...

Amicalola Falls State Park

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

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... As we hiked into higher elevations, it did become warmer and less windy. There are evergreen trees and trees with no leaves. Sometimes the sun peaked through the clouds. We hiked the Creek Trail, up 175 stairs to the Reflection Pool, and then 425 stairs to the top of the falls. Then, we hiked the Spring Trail. Though it seemed more, we only hiked about 3 miles.
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Location

This campground, located on Cohutta Mountain Rd, Blue Ridge, is near Blue Ridge Scenic Railway and Adventure Trail Rides.
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