Hiawassee Travel Guide

This past weekend, my mom, sister and I headed up to the mountains for a girls weekend! Each year we spend a weekend in North Georgia enjoying the Fall weather and watching the leaves change. This year, we decided to try a new place- Hiawassee. From what I saw online, it looked beautiful and had a good amount of vineyards (very important). It was also only two hours away! Luckily for you, i've rounded up my top places to stay, things to do and places to eat. Now you have no excuse...start planning your trip before Fall is over!

No matter where we go, we always stay in VRBO or Airbnb homes. We just love the ability to cook and have tons of space! Check out some of my top Hiawassee homes under $200 a night below.

1. We stayed at Magnolia and loved it!
3.  Frog Leap

This is a moderate level hike that takes you to see these beautiful falls. It is dog friendly and about three miles long. 

The most adorable vineyard I have ever been to in North Georgia. The atmosphere was great and the wine was absolutely delicious!

3. Just relax and enjoy your cabin and your company
Watch a movie, start a fire and make some smores!

4. Rent a boat and cruise around Lake Chatuge
We didn't get to do this on our trip, but Lake Chatuge is beautiful and seriously, who doesn't like spending the day on the lake?!

This place was amazing! It is a hidden gem located in Young Harris, GA. They use all local and organic products. Call and make a reservation beforehand if you don't want to wait!

2. Crane Creek Vineyards Tapas and Live Music
Friday evenings, Crane Creek has live music and tapas from 6-8. Be sure to make reservations!

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