Nathan’s guidebook

Nathan

Nathan’s guidebook

Things to Do - Outdoor Recreation
Morganton Point Forest Service Recreation Area SHARE Morganton Point Campground is the only developed campground on Lake Blue Ridge. It is a great spot for camping, fishing, swimming and boating. The campground opens in April and closes at the end of October. Dates may vary due to weather and water levels. There are 43 camp sites available, 16 of which are lakefront and two group sites. Each site has a ground mounted cooking grill, picnic table, lantern pole and tent pad. Bathrooms, one of which has hot showers. City water is available. Make reservations. The picnic area has eight tables, and the covered picnic shelter is available by reservation. Morganton Point Swimming Area is a pebble beach, so be sure to bring some water shoes. Lake Blue Ridge Outfitters has kayak and paddle board rentals located on the beach. There is a paved boat ramp 1/4 mile west of the campground and beach. Boat trailer parking is available in picnic area. Access: From McDonald’s restaurant at the intersection of GA Hwy. 515 and GA Hwy. 5 in Blue Ridge. Follow GA Hwy. 515 east (toward Blairsville) approx 4.5 miles to traffic light and junction with GA Hwy. 60. Turn right on GA Hwy. 60. Continue on Hwy. 60 for 2.0 miles into Morganton. Turn right on Lake Drive and follow sign about ½ mile to campground entrance on left. Fee station is on right at entrance of campground next to campground host site. See map inside. Fees: Campsites: $18.00 - 36 per night/per site depending on location, size and use of electric hook-ups. Picnic area & swimming area $5.00 per vehicle. Registered campers swim free. Picnic shelter reservations $25.00. The shelter can be reserved through the National Recreation Reservation System. The website (www.ReserveUSA.com) offers convenient, round the clock access to the Online Reservation Service or you can call the reservation center at 1-877-444-6777 (toll free).
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Morganton Point Recreation Area
475 Lake Drive
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Morganton Point Forest Service Recreation Area SHARE Morganton Point Campground is the only developed campground on Lake Blue Ridge. It is a great spot for camping, fishing, swimming and boating. The campground opens in April and closes at the end of October. Dates may vary due to weather and water levels. There are 43 camp sites available, 16 of which are lakefront and two group sites. Each site has a ground mounted cooking grill, picnic table, lantern pole and tent pad. Bathrooms, one of which has hot showers. City water is available. Make reservations. The picnic area has eight tables, and the covered picnic shelter is available by reservation. Morganton Point Swimming Area is a pebble beach, so be sure to bring some water shoes. Lake Blue Ridge Outfitters has kayak and paddle board rentals located on the beach. There is a paved boat ramp 1/4 mile west of the campground and beach. Boat trailer parking is available in picnic area. Access: From McDonald’s restaurant at the intersection of GA Hwy. 515 and GA Hwy. 5 in Blue Ridge. Follow GA Hwy. 515 east (toward Blairsville) approx 4.5 miles to traffic light and junction with GA Hwy. 60. Turn right on GA Hwy. 60. Continue on Hwy. 60 for 2.0 miles into Morganton. Turn right on Lake Drive and follow sign about ½ mile to campground entrance on left. Fee station is on right at entrance of campground next to campground host site. See map inside. Fees: Campsites: $18.00 - 36 per night/per site depending on location, size and use of electric hook-ups. Picnic area & swimming area $5.00 per vehicle. Registered campers swim free. Picnic shelter reservations $25.00. The shelter can be reserved through the National Recreation Reservation System. The website (www.ReserveUSA.com) offers convenient, round the clock access to the Online Reservation Service or you can call the reservation center at 1-877-444-6777 (toll free).
Great hiking trails not far from the historic downtown Blue Ridge area.
ASKA TRAILS MTB AND HIKING
22 Green Mountain Court
Great hiking trails not far from the historic downtown Blue Ridge area.
Food scene
The Best Dining in Blue Ridge - Black Sheep Restaurant The Black Sheep Restaurant Located in the Historic Butt House, Circa 1914, in Downtown Blue Ridge Georgia. A Progressive, Locally Sourced, Chef inspired New Americana menu, a “Wine Spectator” Recognized Wine list and Exceptional Service all Set inside this Historically Inspired architectural Masterpiece make the Black Sheep One of the Most Recognizable Restaurants Anywhere in Georgia. THE DIFFERENCE OVER 40 YEARS OF RESTAURANT EXPERIENCE. Committed to Serving Inspired Dishes with the Freshest Local and Seasonal Ingredients and Delivering an Exceptional Upscale Dining Experience All Wrapped up with Comforts of Southern Hospitality. At the Black Sheep we want to be Comfortably Unfamiliar, We want to be Distinctively Unique, and most importantly we want to be ALL Things Originally Black Sheep!
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Black Sheep Restaurant
480 West Main Street
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The Best Dining in Blue Ridge - Black Sheep Restaurant The Black Sheep Restaurant Located in the Historic Butt House, Circa 1914, in Downtown Blue Ridge Georgia. A Progressive, Locally Sourced, Chef inspired New Americana menu, a “Wine Spectator” Recognized Wine list and Exceptional Service all Set inside this Historically Inspired architectural Masterpiece make the Black Sheep One of the Most Recognizable Restaurants Anywhere in Georgia. THE DIFFERENCE OVER 40 YEARS OF RESTAURANT EXPERIENCE. Committed to Serving Inspired Dishes with the Freshest Local and Seasonal Ingredients and Delivering an Exceptional Upscale Dining Experience All Wrapped up with Comforts of Southern Hospitality. At the Black Sheep we want to be Comfortably Unfamiliar, We want to be Distinctively Unique, and most importantly we want to be ALL Things Originally Black Sheep!
This is one of my favorite dinner spots in downtown. The half chicken is amazing. It's a great setting, they have a wonderful wine selection and the service is always on point. A local favorite.
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Harvest on Main
576 East Main Street
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This is one of my favorite dinner spots in downtown. The half chicken is amazing. It's a great setting, they have a wonderful wine selection and the service is always on point. A local favorite.
Overlooking the Toccoa River this local favorite spot is the picture perfect mountain dining experience for lunch or dinner. Located about 8 miles out of downtown on Aska Road, it's a setting you have to check out. They are known for their pecan crusted trout but have a full menu and it's all amazing.
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Toccoa Riverside Restaurant
8055 Aska Road
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Overlooking the Toccoa River this local favorite spot is the picture perfect mountain dining experience for lunch or dinner. Located about 8 miles out of downtown on Aska Road, it's a setting you have to check out. They are known for their pecan crusted trout but have a full menu and it's all amazing.
The perfect 10! This local upscale sports bar is a favorite of everyone. Located in downtown Blue Ridge across from the train depot they have the perfect location, the perfect setting and the perfect menu regardless of your taste. Some of my favorites there are the tomato bisque soup with a grilled cheese, the blackened chicken ceasar salad and the wings are the BEST you'll ever taste...Truly!
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Chester Brunnenmeyer's Bar & Grill
733 E Main St
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The perfect 10! This local upscale sports bar is a favorite of everyone. Located in downtown Blue Ridge across from the train depot they have the perfect location, the perfect setting and the perfect menu regardless of your taste. Some of my favorites there are the tomato bisque soup with a grilled cheese, the blackened chicken ceasar salad and the wings are the BEST you'll ever taste...Truly!