This arts centric tour winds through four Northeast Georgia Counties:
Habersham County - Historical Habersham County is known for its natural beauty. The County boasts its own Soque River known for trout fishing, the Chattahoochee River, a corner of the Appalachian Trail, Tallulah Falls and Gorge, Scenic Highway 197, and more. Habersham is home of seven beautiful waterfalls, golf courses, state parks, local hand-made crafts, art and unique gifts, state-of-the-art medical facilities, two historic colleges, award-winning schools, museums, hotels, lodges, special events, and businesses that provide products and services for everyone. Part of the Southern Highroads Trail for tourism, come to Habersham and enjoy its natural beauty that attracts so many tourists.
Rabun County - Rabun County is a place that has it all: beautiful mountains, roaring waterfalls, cool springs, lush forests, shimmering lakes, a motion picture worthy gorge, and a wild and scenic river. Beyond its breathtaking natural bounty, Rabun County offers a quality of life that makes visitors want to stay forever, and many do!
Stephens County - Visit Toccoa-Stephens County (TSC) named for the Cherokee word “Toccoah” meaning “beautiful.” Our quaint, historic town, nestled in the foothills of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, is a perfect destination for relaxation, exploration and adventure. Start your day in Historic Downtown Toccoa at the Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center located in the renovated train depot along with the County and Currahee Military Museums. While there, see the incredible collection of WWII military memorabilia including a series of bronze sculpture busts done by local, classical sculptor, Bruce Everly. To round out your trip, visit the Paul Anderson Memorial Park. There is a life-sized bronze statue by internationally acclaimed sculptor Jerry McKenna of our hometown hero and Olympic Champion, known as the world's strongest man.
White County - Nature is on parade when the seasons change in White County. From the heavy frosts and occasional snowfalls of winter, to the blooming of the dogwoods and azaleas in the spring, to the ripple of the Chattahoochee River in the summer, to the glorious blaze of color that marks autumn in the mountains, White County has it all.
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