Georgia, being one of the major agricultural producers and traders, have many unique and naturalistic amenities that make this state the place to be. The climate here can vary on location, being in the mid to upper 90's in the city in the summer, dropping down to freezing in the winter months. Georgia is also nationally known for its portion of the Appalachian Mountains, which include many small towns, cities and communities. One of the most involved and special towns in the Appalachian Mountains of Northern Georgia is the town of Blairsville. This small town community, only one square mile in diameter, is known for its clean air, supportive and friendly neighbors, beautiful, scenic mountain sides, premier location, quality demographics, low crime percentages and a thriving economy. Blairsville is located near many fine mining spots along the Appalachian mountains, with good chances of finding copper, gold, and other precious metals. Blairsville, Georgia, is an amazing mountainside community with many natural amenities that are surprisingly rare and attract many tourists every single year. These amenities in the Blairsville area include the Brasstown Bald mountain, Helton Creek Falls, Lake Nottely, Nottely River, and many local and state parks. Along with the natural wonders of Blairsville are the less natural features of the city, including the Butternut Golf Course, many local art festivals presented every year, and Union County's own private airport with a landing strip of 100 feet by 5,000 feet long.
Blairsville is home to many of the natural features and accommodations in both the Appalachian Mountains and the various waterways around the city. Brasstown Bald Mountain is found here in Blairsville, and is considered the tallest mountain in Georgia. Brasstown Bald is one of the key mountains in Union County because of its overall size, and for its museum- explaining the Bald and the surrounding areas with help of informative videos and lectures. Over 4,700 feet tall, this behemoth of a mountain along the East Coast offers fantastic views of Georgia, Florida, and the Carolina's, and provides its visitors amazing picnics and hiking journeys any time of year.
The marvelous waterways that surround and supply the Blairsville area include the beautiful Lake Nottley, a monumental lake with 4,180 acres of water and a shore line of over 100miles long. This huge lake, along with Hiawassee's Lake Chatuge, another larger lake with over 7,000 acres of water, and the smaller Lake Blue Ridge, approximately 3,300 acres of water, and named after the small mountainside town of Blue Ridge. Helton Creek Falls is a magnificent destination in the Chattahoochee National Forest that enlightens the forest and surrounding communities with its beauty and overall energy. This lovely waterfall is home to many unique indigenous species of plants and animals, and flows down through the smaller mountain cities. Some of the premier mainland parks and wildlife refuges here in Northern Georgia include Cooper's Creek an amazing park with over 30,000 acres of land for unlimited fun including picnicking, fishing, boating, camping, hiking and hunting. Vogel State Park is one of Georgia's oldest and most popular state parks with 280 acres of land in the mountains. Multiple RV and trailer sites, rental cottages, a 20-acre lake, fishing, boating, hiking, a swimming area and much more can be found here at the Vogel State Park. Meeks Park and the Butternut Golf Course are two more fine locations for fun in the sun any time of the year. Meeks park, a recreational complex, is home to picnic tables, softball and baseball fields, soccer fields, a pool, children's playgrounds and much more. The butternut Golf Course is a 18-hole course with a clubhouse, pro shop and large picnic pavilion that makes up the meat of the course.
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