Full service fishing guide business offering year round guided fishing trips in the North Georgia Mountains. We fish Carters Lake,Lake Blue Ridge and Lake Nottley. 2 boats for the lake and some of the best guides for local area trout fishing.
Jon Ron Toccoa River Outfitters utilizes its location in the Aska Adventure Area to gift outdoor recreation fans with sweeping views during inimitable excursions. Navigate the two provided kayaks down the Toccoa River for the two- to three-hour unguided kayak expedition to encounter serene waters, as well as rainbow trout working on their ROYGBIV dissertations. The kayak rentals come with life jackets, paddles, and a shuttle ride from the Outfitters' Lilly Pad meeting location to the kayak-launching area.
Golfers across Texas, Arizona, and Georgia get an expert's opinion on their local private and public courses through AvidGolfer Magazine. The professionals also offer some basic instructions, in-depth product reviews, and careful explanations of why a lower score is better. Besides expert advice, the magazine releases an annual passbook that grants subscribers entry into several local courses.
The certified instructors at Creek Bend Stables have groomed world-champion horses and riders. With their expert guidance, beginner, intermediate, and advanced riders can polish their technique and avoid common blunders such as mounting the horse by climbing up its face. Lessons progress in length and depth of instruction as students age and develop skills.
Over the course of Winners Circle’s 12 years of entertaining those young and old, families have raced around go-kart tracks, practiced putts on mini-golf greens, and zapped each other with lasers. They’ve also been able to race against each other, the clock, and Christopher Lloyd in running shorts in the Time Freak obstacle race, and more recently, have been able to perfect their swings in indoor and outdoor batting cages. For birthday parties, families can take advantage of a party room, arcade tokens, and pizza from Papa John’s.
Only two years ago, SeaBloom Farms was an uninhabited patch of dry grass amidst the towering trees and trickling streams of rural Sugar Valley. Today, the farmland is completely transformed—a colorful world of thick corn mazes, fruitful pumpkin patches, and bright sunflowers. Hay wagons traverse the verdant grounds, bumbling past pine trees and crops carrying passengers of visiting families and friends. Come winter, the farm staff peddles its pines as Christmas trees and treats guests to holiday-themed attractions, including hot cider and Santa-led Zumba classes.