Hippity Hoppity! Easter is on its way, and the North Georgia Mountains is filled with Easter and springtime activities for everyone. Whether an egg hunt, hiking, biking, or relaxing, the Blue Ridge Mountains is the springtime place to be.
Hippity hoppity, Easter is on its way, and what a better time and place than the North Georgia Mountains to spend Easter or spring break! If you like mountain views, rambling rivers, and outdoor activities, check out the following suggestions for the ultimate mountain spring adventure. While these ideas are inexpensive, the trip is still one that's packed full of fun, excitement, and wonderful memories to be made.
First, the Easter holiday is fast approaching! The Coosawattee River Resort is a hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on March 30 at 10am in Fishtrap Park. Bring little hoppers and enjoy a day surrounded by the joys of a good ole egg hunt, mountains speckled with blossoms, and spring adventures.
Next, the perfect place to stay while on a spring adventure is The Villas at Coosawattee. The resort offers one, two, and three bedroom cabins and villas throughout the Appalachian Mountains and in some of the most breath-taking spots around the resort. Options include fireplaces, hot tubs, and lofts for an accommodation that is perfect for any traveling entourage.
While staying at The Villas at Coosawattee, enjoy some amazing resort amenities. Whether the kids need entertaining or adults need relaxation and rejuvenation, the resort has something for everyone. The kids will have a blast exploring any one of the six river parks, and more specifically, walking the suspension bridge across to Fishtrap Park. Visit the Recreation Center for a heated indoor pool, a fitness center, tennis, and miniature golf. And reconnecting with nature has never been easier with fishing ponds, walking trails, picnic & cook-out facilities, and peaceful parks throughout the property.
Right outside the Eagle Mountain Gate, The General Store is a step back in time to slower days of the old general mountain store where friends gather for special activities, every day needs, good food, good times, and arts and crafts. The General Store dishes up hearty breakfasts, and the deli is a popular lunch time spot. Picturesque picnic tables outline the entrance of the store, giving the ideal opportunity to enjoy the spring sunshine with your sandwich. And if grocery items are needed for a villa or cabin rental, The General Store is your destination.
The surrounding area is equally exciting with mountain biking, Carters Lake, hiking, and more! Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Get-A-Way is located 12 miles from downtown Ellijay in the Chattahoochee National Forest with some of the best single track mountain bike trails including the Georgia Pinhoti trail system. Carters Lake is a pristine lake with 3200 acres of deep, clear water surrounded by 62 miles of undeveloped shoreline- bring your boat, rent a boat, head to the beach, or simply enjoy the sights. Fourteen hiking trails featuring waterfalls, majestic trees, and mountain views are waiting for you in Ellijay. Check out http://www.georgiatrails.com/city/ellijay for more information. Or take some time to golf at Whitepath Golf Course which offers breathtaking scenery from elevated tees overlooking 18 lush fairways and medium-sized greens.
Spring to this resort for this season's next vacation that will have everyone transported from urban congestion to rustic wilderness in the blink of an eye! Make The Villas at Coosawattee the springtime adventure hub and enjoy the resort and the surrounding area this spring while making memories that will last a lifetime. You can find the resort just a little over an hour from Atlanta or Chattanooga. For more information, please call 706-276-1075 or visit http://www.thevillasatcoosawattee.com