Summertime heat is definitely here! Need ideas for cooling off near Dahlonega?
Our travels south to Atlanta during the summer months remind us of the difference in temperature between the Atlanta metro area and the North Georgia mountains. In Atlanta the heat from all the asphalt and buildings makes the temperatures feel much hotter. Here in the mountains, the lack of hard surfaces and buildings along with the woods usually make the temps 8-10 degrees cooler.
Why not enjoy the cooler North Georgia mountain air this summer and visit Cedar House Inn and Yurts?
We love to share the many great ways of cooling off near Dahlonega with our summer guests.
We discovered our favorite way of cooling off near Dahlonega when we first moved to the area 18 years ago. Dick’s Creek is a favorite among the locals with numerous waterfalls and swimming holes of mountain cooled water. Bring some old towels from home and enjoy a cool swim in a mountain stream. We can show you how to get there when you check in.
Another great option for cooling off near Dahlonega is to take a kayak, canoe or tubing ride down the Chestatee River. The river is located on the way into town. Appalachian outfitters will rent you the equipment and shuttle you back to your car. Bring some old towels to dry off.
If you come and stay with us for more than one night you may want to take a day trip to Tallulah Gorge State Park which is about an hour east of Dahlonega. If you get there early you can get a permit to wade in the river at the bottom of the gorge. This is a favorite way of cooling off for our guests who make the trip. Take some old towels to dry off. We really enjoy hiking down the gorge since it reminds us of Colorado with it’s rugged faces and scrubby trees.
Don’t let the summer heat keep you at home sitting in your air-conditioned house.
Visit us and experience the many ways of cooling off near Dahlonega.
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