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Blue Ridge Cabin Rentals

Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals has made finding and booking Blue Ridge Cabin Rentals easy and affordable with FLAT RATE PRICING. View our complete List of Cabins to select your vacation rental or feel free call us at (844) 366-9895 during your selection or reservations process, a friendly and knowledgeable guest services representative will personally assist you in customizing your vacation experience.

Our website is designed to help you learn more about North Georgia Cabin Rentals in and around the mountain town of Blue Ridge. We have made it simple to plan activities with a well-organized and easy to use Local Area Guide featuring the best things to do in Blue Ridge, GA. Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals also offers several convenient guest services options for those who want to dial up their vacation.

When you rent one of Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals vacation homes in Blue Ridge in the North Georgia Mountains we take care of all of the details for you. We confirm reservations, provide a hassle-free check-in service with after-hours key pick up when needed, and ensure thorough cleaning of the vacation rental cabin prior to your arrival. Our goal is to set the environment for a stress-free, memorable experience - whether it's a romantic retreat, family vacation, or a grand outdoor adventure. All of our accommodations are 100% equipped with everything you'll need; you just provide the food...and clothing!

Guests love to stay with Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals because we offer a wide variety of cabin rental styles with amazing amenities, we offer unmatched customer dbnttzfh. rode timberland laarzenservice, and we take care of all of the details of your stay so you don't have to. We strive to offer our valued customers the best prices available during all times of the year, whether you visit in the summer or winter.

The Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals' staff is always prepared to give you any advice or help that you need. Each and every member of our team lives in the area, and we're always more than happy to give you the inside scoop on all the great things to see and do in Blue Ridge.

Whether you want to have a one-of-a-kind honeymoon, a family getaway vacation, or an outdoor adventure, Blue Ridge is the place to do it! We truly hope that you build long-lasting memories with your friends and family when you come to Blue Ridge, whether it's for a short weekend or for a longer stay.

Below you will find some information that will help you get to know Blue Ridge, GA a little bit better, and help you decide what fun things you might want to do while visiting. Feel free to call us at (844) 366-9895.

  • Founded as a depot on the North Georgia and Marietta railroad in 1879. It was officially incorporated as a town in 1887 and as a city in 1900.
  • It resides in Fannin County.
  • Fannin County was awarded the title of “The Trout Capital of Georgia” by the states conergress due to the number of trout streams and rivers in the county.
  • Total area in the city: 2.2 sq mi (5.6 km2).
  • Total population as of 2010: 1, 290 people.
  • Population Density: 550/sq mi (216.1/km2)
  • Elevation: 1,762 ft (537 m).
  • Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST).
  • The Blue Ridge Mountains are Georgia's highest mountain range with Brasstown Bald as the tallest mountain at 4,784 feet. It is located approximately one hour away.
  • It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state of Georgia and in the Southeast United States.
  • January - Explore the outdoors and take in long-range mountain views and vistas in National Forest Territory.
  • February - Fire and Ice Chili Cook-Off in Downtown Blue Ridge.
  • March - Spring Wine Highway Weekend at the Vineyards in Blue Ridge.
  • April - TDS Blue Ridge Mountain Adventure Race. Race begins in Blue Ridge.
  • May - Arts in the Park in Downtown Blue Ridge and the Blue Ridge Mountain Jazz Fest.
  • June - Kiwanis Fair in Blue Ridge.
  • July - July 4th Fireworks on Lake Blue Ridge.
  • August -Blue Ridge Community Theatre.
  • September - BRLA Blues & BBQ Festival
  • October - Fall Arts in the Park
  • November - Unique Thanksgiving-themed dishes at local Blue Ridge restaurants.
  • December - Santa Express Train Ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
  • Blue Ridge Brewery - Specializing in creative bar fare, craft beers that are brewed in-house, and a completely original ambiance, the Blue Ridge Brewery is revered by tourists and beloved by locals.
  • Harvest on Main - Harvest's mission is to serve local ingredients provided by local farmers and suppliers in globally-inspired dishes with a southern “twang.” You simply must stop by Harvest on Main for lunch or dinner.
  • The Black Sheep Restaurant -- A new addition to the city, but one that has garnered a great deal of attention for their unique “new southern comfort” cuisine. We like the way that sounds! This location has tons of great history and features delectable dishes such as candied bacon and seafood risotto.
  • The Vault - Set in what used to be an old bank, and formerly named L & L Beanery is another one of those locations that locals and tourists always frequent when in town. The coffee is excellent, and the donuts do not disappoint. 
  • Toccoa Riverside Restaurant - This fan favorite sits right on the Toccoa River, where guests can enjoy a glass of wine or a juicy steak right next to the water.
  • Christy Lees - Fine Dining in a casual atmosphere, courtyard setting downtown with live music most eveings.
  • Black Sheep - Upscale setting in a renovated home of one of the countys founding families, offering a unique dining experience.
  • Chester's - A bar and grill with amazing food and beverage options in the heart of downtown.
  • Shallowford Bridge - This endearing spot can be found off of Aska Road. Try fishing underneath the bridge or right alongside the dirt road.
  • Toccoa River - The Toccoa River can be accessed by several routes in Blue Ridge, including State Highways 2, 5 and 60E. The portions of this river that run through National Forest territory provide some of the best trout fishing in the entire state of Georgia. Try checking out the river below the dam, which is wide and great for fly fishing.
  • Tamen Park - Found below the dam on Appalachian Highway, this spot is very popular for all kinds of fishing in the tail waters of the Toccoa River.
  • Horseshoe Bend Park - This gorgeous park can be found off of River Road in McCaysville and offers great trout fishing options.
  • Noontoola Creek - This well-known spot (by locals) is found off of Forest Service Rd. 58 in the Blue Ridge Wildlife Management area. Most folks fish this area for fun rather than for harvesting purposes. If you catch a trout that is 16 inches or larger, you can keep it! Anything else you must release. Only artificial lures are allowed.
  • Appalachian Trail - The start of the 2,000 mile long Appalachian Trail starts at Springer Mountain in southern Fannin County. A favorite of hikers for decades, this trail has several offshoots that vary in difficulty.
  • The Swinging Bridge Trail - From the swinging bridge in the Toccoa River Valley there is a 3 mile hike between the river and Highway 60. This trail offers amazing views but also presents dangers, so beginners should be very careful.
  • Stanley Gap Trail - This is one of the most popular trails in the region and can be found in the Aska Adventure Area off of Aska Road. Enjoy nature in all of its natural beauty.
  • Shady Falls Trail - Found off of beautiful Shady Falls Road, this trail is frequented by locals quite often.
  • Long Creek Falls - Found off of Appalachian/Benton MacKaye - Down a side trail off of the Appalachian and Benton MacKaye trails, Long Creek Falls can be found. Long Creek Falls is the most popular waterfall in Fannin County. If you've never seen this breathtaking beauty, put it on your “to-do” list.

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Timber Creek Resort

4800 Us Highway 67, De Soto, MO 63020 Map & Directions

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over a year ago

I am from the local area . I also worked at the Timber Creek right out of school . It is out in the middle of nowhere. If you are not from around here this resort is a long drive from anything except for cows . There is a guard shake but it has never been occupied and the gates are never put down. Do not come and take a tour for the promise of a gift . There are far better places to spend your vacation in the St Louis area and The Ozarks. The news is constantly investigating this "resort" because of consumer complaints. Please do not frequent this establishment because you will hate Missouri and Missouri does not deserve it.

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over a year ago

Timber Creek Resort is the WORST RESORT ever! – Lets start this off by saying we left this place 3 days early and went home. Out of 10 resorts we stayed at this is way below standards of RCI and any reasonable resort company. This is my first complaint....

-No security. Guard Shack at gate (which was never closed) was always empty. Sometimes sign read back in 15 minutes on patrol...

-Door locks are old home type that are worn out. Keys could be duplicated easily.

-Windows. Barely able to open then unable to lock. Falling apart. Have to be 20 years old minium and were junk when New.

-No Closets. Armorie had hanging space if you are a dwarf. Couldn't hang clothes. Used a hat rack.

-No Safe. With the poor security at gate and lack of unit security we took all valubles anytime we left.

-Televisions were old and worn out. 3 TVs, 3 different brands. Living room TV was the worst. VCR in living room. $20 dvd in master.

-Coffee Pot Issues. Made coffee for my wife 1st morning. After 1 hour brew time, hile she had almost finished a cup, I discovered white chinks of crud in the filter... Replacement pot was old as well....

-Broken toilet on 2nd day. No one there to fix until Monday... 24 hour maintenance (NOT)

-Window Blinds. Have about 1/2 inch on each side which allows someone to look directly in to bedroom. Also lets massive amount of light in so hard to sleep. I covered the gaps with towels.... Poor...

-No Shower in Master. Tiny jetted tub had a handheld shower but nowhere to hang the thing. Would have had to shower 1 handed while holding shower head....

-No Laundry in room. Would not normally be a problem but the on site laundry is located 1/2 mile away in RV campground. In between the bathrooms in a block room with no windows or ventilation. Also no soap to use/buy. $1.25 a load to wash and to dry. Washer had a dirt ring in it and smelled....

-Construction is Pitiful. Balcony is about to fall off. Bottle of water laid next to inner wall would roll fast to the edge. Shakes and moves as you walk on it. (This is concrete and 3 floors up) All railing has been installed crooked and screwed into Vinyl siding not Wood! Vinyl siding was installed by idiots. All trim is half done and poor. Attic access hole has makeshift door resting on odd mix of screws and nails. Floor squeaked terriblely. As a contractor I would not hire most of the workers who had patched this mess of a building. Only quality work was the drywall. Cabinets were re-painted Junk. With no handles...

I have stayed in timeshare condos in Virginia, North and South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee and Alabama. I have never seen such poorly planned facilities. Balconies of units face a very busy and loud highway. While the Reservation Center and Activies Building are next to the small pond. No useable towel bars in bathrooms. Both baths have the towel bar over the toilet. They are mounted so low you have to double fold the towel to keep it from dragging down the fron of toilet tank. The master bedroom toilet is in a closet sized room super tiny. So it really is stupid to have a towel in there at all!!! Lock off bath has no hook for robe, but does have hairdryer the master doesn't. Lockoff kitchen was totally empty. No dishes, no towel, why have it??? Lockoff had no soap or shampoo in bath. Most bizzare way of doing things....

As this is the only review I ever felt compelled to write I can only leave you with this:


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Willow Oak Park


Willow Oak Park has plenty of non-electric sites available for overnight camping. Most campsites are located in shaded areas with easy access and leveling. Some electric sites have RV limitations due to trees. Click here to see a map of the camping sites. Non-electric sites are available around the lake on open grassed areas. All sites are first-come, first-serve. You cannot rope off areas to hold sites for later arrivals unless the site has been reserved and paid in advance. Click here for a map of Willow Oak park.

Camping Fee (All Sites):

  • Primitive camping sites are $5 per day in addition to festival ticket. You must have a festival ticket to camp.

  • Check-out time is 12:00 noon — (Thursday camping pass is good until 12:00 noon Friday.  Friday camping pass is good until 12:00 noon Saturday, etc.)

  • Anyone who stays past the check-out time will be charged a $5 penalty and will also be required to purchase a festival ticket for that day.

  • One vehicle in addition to camper is allowed at each campsite. Extra vehicles on a campsite will be required to purchase a pass to park in the camping area at $5 per vehicle per day. Parking in one-day lot is free.

  • All persons in park must have a ticket (armband) for festival attendance.

  • Parking in one-day lot is free with ticket.

Camping Fee for Electric Hook Up Sites:

  • Campsites with electric hook ups are available.

  • Advance 3-day minimum ($60) to reserve and hold a campsite with electric hook ups.

  • Rates: Advance reservations at $20 per day or $100 for entire week (Sunday-Saturday). Any electric sites not reserved will be available at gate on a first-come, first-served basis beginning June 15, 2017 at $25 per day.

  • All reserved campsites must be paid when reservations are made.

  • Anyone plugged into an electric outlet will be required to pay for an electric campsite.

Camping Amenities:

  • Plenty of shaded campsites

  • Wooded area for tent camping (no generators allowed in this area where noise will interfere with sound system)

  • Lighted camping area

  • Clean bath house with hot showers and flush toilet facilities

  • Campfires allowed in fire rings

  • Walking trail around park

  • Various vendors

  • Security on site

  • Food concessions

  • Fishing lake — well stocked (catch and release)

Contact:  Mike Wilson   mike@WillowOakPark.com  4060-M Harper Trail, Burlington, NC  27215

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