12 Spies Vineyards & Farm

Posted on August 23rd, 2012 by Rabun

12 Spies Vineyards & Farm 12 Spies Vineyards is tucked between the North East Mountains to the west and the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest to the east. The sunsets are spectacular and views from the vineyard are stunning. There are many gardens filled with gourds, pumpkins, flowers and vegetables scattered around the 9 acre property. Bring […]

Andy’s Trout Farm

Posted on November 4th, 2011 by Rabun

Andy’s Trout Farm Andy’s Trout Farm is a pay by the pound, no license, no limit private trout pond with more than 350 acres of well stocked ponds and a small lake.  Established in 1965 and still offering a great time for memory makin’ and first fish catchin’.  Great for families and young children!  Join […]

Angel Falls and Panther Falls

Posted on November 1st, 2011 by Rabun

Angel Falls and Panther Falls Both are cascading falls of about 50 feet and are located along Joe Branch Creek. Starting from the rear of the Rabun Beach Camping Area #2, it is a moderately strenuous one mile hike to the viewing bridge at the foot of Angel Falls. Panther Falls is located along the […]

Bad Branch Falls

Posted on November 1st, 2011 by Rabun

Bad Branch Falls A 20’ cascade, it is 3.2 miles from the Lake Seed Dam.  Bad Branch Falls is a beautiful fall in the Rabun County waterfalls system. Take Lake Rabun Road to the dam, then cross the lake below the dam and go 0.3 miles to the stop sign and turn right on Crow Creek Road. […]

Becky Branch Falls

Posted on November 1st, 2011 by Rabun

Becky Branch Falls Becky Branch Falls’ cascading falls of 20’ is located just five minutes from downtown Clayton and is easily accessible. Follow the Bartram Trail north from Warwoman Dell approximately 0.25 miles to a foot bridge at the base of the falls. The trail will ascend steeply in places. Directions:  From Clayton, drive east on […]

Black Rock Lake

Posted on October 25th, 2011 by Rabun

Black Rock Lake Black Rock Lake in Black Rock Mountain State Park: It is regularly stocked with rainbow trout. In addition, anglers fish for catfish, bream, yellow perch, and large-mouth bass (some weighing more than 10 pounds). Fishermen must have a Georgia fishing license, but are not required to have an additional trout stamp provided they […]

Black Rock Mountain

Posted on October 25th, 2011 by Rabun

Black Rock Mountain It is named after its sheer cliffs of dark-colored biotite gneiss and encompasses some of the most outstanding countryside in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Located astride the Eastern Continental Divide at an altitude of 3,640 feet (1,109 m), the park provides many scenic overlooks and spectacular 80 mile (130 km) vistas. On a clear day, four states […]

Black Rock Mountain State Park

Posted on November 1st, 2011 by Rabun

Black Rock Mountain State Park Georgia’s highest state park includes 1,803 acres.  The park’s crown jewel, majestic Black Rock Mountain, altitude 3,640 feet, is located astride the Eastern Continental Divide.  Georgia’s top recreational area features numerous scenic overlooks, trails, rental cabins, cottages, campground, playground, picnic shelters, hiking trails, a seventeen-acre fishing lake, gift shop, and […]

Blue Ridge Camp & Conference Center

Posted on November 7th, 2011 by Rabun

Blue Ridge Camp & Conference Center Operating since 1973, Blue Ridge Camp is a family operated, activity-oriented, coed, accredited summer camp that strives to develop an independent camper within a community setting.  Each May the camp is also host to Rabun County’s Warrior Dash.

Bridge Creek Farmers’ Market

Posted on October 31st, 2011 by Rabun

Bridge Creek Farmers’ Market Features goat cheeses, assorted lettuce and fresh produce. 3206 Bridge Creek Road Tiger, GA 30576 706-212-0310 Bridge Creek Farmers’ Market, Rabun County, Georgia, Agri-Tourism, Northeast Georgia Mountains, Explore Rabun County, Farm to table Farm to Table Menu Home-made sandwiches, soups & salads. dessert, bread & casseroles too! Dine inside or on […]

Bull Sluice

Posted on November 1st, 2011 by Rabun

Bull Sluice It is a beautiful whitewater cascade popular with kayakers.  Bull Sluice is part of the Rabun County waterfalls system. From Clayton, take Hwy 76 East to the SC line. Park on the SC side of the bridge and follow a paved path from the parking area.  At a sharp left turn in the path, […]

Camp Dixie

Posted on November 7th, 2011 by Rabun

Camp Dixie Camp Dixie is a traditional summer camp for boys and girls located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northeast Georgia. Camp Dixie is a small private residential camp founded by A.A. Jameson in 1914. We are a Christian summer camp, we focus our program on character development. Our goal is to help everyone […]

Camp Pinnacle

Posted on November 7th, 2011 by Rabun

Camp Pinnacle Is a missions-focused summer camp experience for girls.  A week at Camp Pinnacle opens the door for each girl to make new friends, learn about God and His plan for her life and the world, explore new cultures, interact with missionaries, and have lots of fun! Located 2 miles northeast of Clayton, Georgia in […]

Camp Rainey Mountain

Posted on November 7th, 2011 by Rabun

Camp Rainey Mountain Camp Rainey Mountain is a Boy Scout Camp located 4 miles southeast of Clayton, GA.  It has 21 campsites, and is owned by the Northeast Georgia Council. The camp is centered around Lake Toccoa, and has a large dining hall, trading post, and a stone amphitheater. There is also a trail leading […]

Chattahoochee National Forest

Posted on October 31st, 2011 by Rabun

Chattahoochee National Forest Boasts fabulous hiking trails, many of which lead to pretty cascades and roaring waterfalls, and a healthy deer, turkey, and bear population (last estimated to be 30,000, 6,000, and 650 respectively). The Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests provide the finest outdoor recreation opportunities and natural resources in Georgia. Featuring nearly 867,000 acres across 26 […]

Chattooga River

Posted on October 25th, 2011 by Rabun

Chattooga River The Wild and scenic Chattooga River delivers challenging whitewater rapids in an unmatched wilderness setting. Flowing only 57 miles, but hugging the rocky spine of the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains, the river drops dramatically along its length. Rafting, canoe, and kayaking trips promise exhilarating thrills along the river’s Class III and IV rapids. […]

Clayton Crawl Festival

Posted on November 5th, 2011 by Rabun

Presented by the Clayton Merchants, Sample great food from Rabun County’s best restaurants. Crawl all over Downtown Clayton to taste fabulous food served in the Rock House Park and Veterans Park on Main Street. Taste local wines. Join the Fun on Main Street  in Downtown Clayton  on Saturday July 16, 2016 at the 8th Annual […]

Coleman River

Posted on October 31st, 2011 by Rabun

Coleman River This is a 6.6-mile-long stream that is located mostly within Rabun County It is one of the main tributaries of the Tallulah River. The river travels through the Chattahoochee National Forest and the Southern Nantahala Wilderness areas. The Coleman River is a designated trout stream, and a portion of it is further designated by the Wildlife Resources Division […]

Darnell Falls

Posted on November 1st, 2011 by Rabun

Darnell Falls Directions:  Travel north six miles out of Clayton on U.S. 441 and turn at Kelly’s Creek Road. Go one mile to Darnell Creek Road. Follow Darnell Creek Road and bear left at the fork. The pavement ends here. Continue about 0.3 miles to a second fork. Park and walk down the right fork of […]

Dick’s Knob

Posted on October 25th, 2011 by Rabun

Dick’s Knob With an elevation of 4,620 feet (estimated), Dick’s Knob is the third-highest peak in the State of Georgia. It is the second-highest mountain in the county and is located in the Southern Nantahala Wilderness in the Chattahoochee National Forest. It is part of the Pot Gap Ridge sub-range of the Tennessee Valley Divide mountain […]


Contact Info

Rabun Tourism Development Authority
Teka Earnhardt
184 South Main Street Suite 136
P.O. Box 788
Clayton GA 30525
(706) 212-0241

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