Home to Georgia’s highest peak, Blairsville is known for its small-town charm, breath-taking waterfalls, and mountain vistas. It’s the perfect spot for nature lovers looking to escape the hustle and bustle without forgoing the perks of city life.Search Listings
Previously inhabited by the Cherokee, Blairsville attracted European settlers upon the discovery of gold in the 1820s. The town officially incorporated in 1835 and was named after Frank Blair, a Washington D.C. newspaper editor.
Make a day of visiting Georgia’s tallest mountain, Brasstown Bald, which reaches 4,784 ft. above sea level! Visitors can see Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and South Carolina from the top.
- Hike to Helton Creek Falls
- Pick a Tuesday or Saturday to shop at the Union County Farmer’s Market
- Go horseback riding at A Step Above Stables