Faron W. King
Coldwell Banker High
Country Realty
Cell: 706.781.7199
Office: 706.896.3132

About Hiawassee & Lake Chatuge

Lake Chatuge ViewVisitors are taken aback when they drive through Hiawassee. This small mountain town, with absolutely amazing mountain views from almost every vantage point, is a hidden gem. What makes Hiawassee different from other towns in the area is Lake Chatuge. Lake Chatuge can be seen from the highway and is located right in the middle of Hiawassee, with its many coves weaving in and out of the Hiawassee area. The sparkling blue waters of Lake Chatuge set against the backdrop of long range mountain views make for unbelievable sunsets. One can enjoy this view from one of the many cabins with lake views or while dining on one of the lakeside restaurants.

Hiawassee is a great place for families with kids of all ages. Hiawassee has Fieldstone Cinemas 6, Fun World, and many outdoor activities for all ages. Water sports are popular on Lake Chatuge and boats, wave runners, canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats are all available for rental on the lake. From spring to fall, the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds features various country music artists, music festivals, as well as the Georgia Mountain Fair and Georgia Mountain Fall Festival.

Hiawassee also has several beautiful mountain golf courses within a short drive. The Ridges Resort Golf Course is in located in Hiawassee and Brasstown Valley Resort and Chatuge Shores Golf Course are each just a short drive away.

Hiawassee is the ideal place to enjoy beautiful scenery and many outdoor activities!


Beautiful Lake Chatuge wraps its 132 miles of shoreline around the mountains and valleys of these pristine communities. There isLake Chatuge And Hiawassee In Bloom! something quite remarkable about enjoying the waterway while riding on a water vehicle. If you haven't brought your own, you can rent a myriad of water transportation options.

The best golf courses in the entire state of Georgia are found right here in the North Georgia mountains. Some of the most challenging golf courses around can be found right here in Towns County and our Lake Chatuge sibling, North Carolina's Clay County.

Horseback Riding is one of the favorite recreational activities in these mountains and valleys. With thousands of acres of woods, streams, valleys and meadows to traverse, no matter what your age, there is something very powerful about experiencing the beauty of these mountains from the viewpoint of the equine beneath you.

When we're children we seek wonderful, out of the way, secret and mysterious places to play, we traverse paths and follow creeks hoping to come upon a place that roars with the sound of cascading water, where maybe a fairy will come from behind a wildflower petal and ask us if there is a wish that we have that maybe she can grant. It is never too late to delight in such fancy and it is one of the reasons that the waterfalls of this region are one of our most desirable attractions. Only a few of our waterfalls are visible from the road or parking lots. Most waterfalls are easily reached, requiring varying lengths of walks and hikes.

Beautiful Brasstown Bald, rising 4,784 feet above sea level, is Georgia's highest mountain. On clear days, the spectacular 360-degree view from atop the mountain allows you to see four states, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The surrounding area is home to a wide variety of plants and animals.

Scattered all along what is quickly becoming the "wine belt" of Georgia, from Milledgeville in the middle of the state and stretching up to the mountains of Dahlonega, North Georgia's gold-mining city, there are many active wine-making women entrepreneurs who envision a promising future for Georgia's wine country... GeorgiaWineCountry.com is devoted to Georgia's growing wine tourism industry and covers many of the things to see and do in Georgia Wine Country.

The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds plays host to several popular annual events including the Georgia Mountain Fair, the Georgia Mountain Bluegrass Festival, the Rhododendron Festival, the Hiawassee Festival of Arts, the Superstar Concert Series, the Georgia Mountain Fall Festival and Georgia's Official State Fiddler's Convention. The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds are located along the shores of beautiful Lake Chatuge in the north Georgia mountain community of Hiawassee and is only two hours from Atlanta, Greenville, Asheville and Chattanooga. The Fairgrounds offer a wide-variety of unique venues, and beautiful year-round camping facilities.

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