How far to:
Hiawassee Town Square - 4.1 miles, Ingles Market -4.1 miles, Chatuge Regional Hospital - 4.3 miles,
Mountain Fairgrounds - 2.9 miles, Helen, Ga.
Adventure awaits! Western NC and North GA abound with opportunities for recreation and relaxation.
Set your sights on long-range views with visits to Bell Mountain in Hiawassee (20-minute drive) and Brasstown Bald (highest point in GA, 35-minute drive).
Spend the day on Lake Chatuge with a boat or personal watercraft rental from a local marina or launch your own from nearby public access.
Want to immerse yourself in nature in the Nantahala National Forest?
Bring your mountain bikes and ride the first-class trails at Jackrabbit Mountain (also great for hiking and dog-friendly) less than 5 minutes from the property.
Fires Creek Recreation Area (25-minute drive) is another Western NC local favorite for hiking with picturesque views, swimming, and trout fishing.
On the GA side, take a 30-minute drive to a waterfall hike via the High Shoals Falls Trail or make the 45-minute drive to Alpine Helen, GA for a taste of Bavaria in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Hungry and thirsty after a day of exploration?
Visit the outstanding local restaurants, wineries, and breweries in and around downtown Hayesville and Hiawassee for not-to-be-missed tastes of local flavor.
We love the #lakelife around here as well as the majestic mountains.
So much to do and see right in town.
We have a handy guidebook in the house full of dining options, things to do, shopping, hiking and waterfall trails...
Wineries with live music events and tastings are in abundance.
And just a short 25 min drive to Helen for tubing or zip lining.
There are several excellent boat rental places in the area! We use Lake Chatuge Marine, Young Harris Water Sports, Boundary Waters...
The fellas will help you out! All kinds of water toys too like jet skis, standup paddle boards, kayaks.
Hike or drive to the apex of Bell Mountain, which overlooks the lake below and provides picturesque mountain views.
Visit Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia.
Trailheads of the Appalachian Trail, which spans from Georgia to Maine, are less than 10 miles from this home.
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