Vacation Rental Log Cabin in Blue Ridge, Georgia

     Hayrides & Apple Orchards 

Take a 30 minute wagon ride through a working apple orchard is followed by a fireside dinner where local musicians bring a taste of the mountains and our local culture to your family. The dinner at the campfire consists of homemade chili, cornbread, soda, water, and homemade dessert, as well as hot dogs and marshmallows for roasting. After dinner, you can end the evening with a game of horseshoes next to the fire. The entire evening usually lasts about 1 1/2 hours and is held an hour before nightfall yearlong. This activity is great for large groups who want to enjoy a campfire dinner with entertainment. They need a minimum of 8 people to have a hayride, but willl try to combine smaller families together to reach the required minimum number.

 Company & link to websites     Address / LocationTelephone      
Mountain View Apple Orchard

2984 Mobile Road, Blue Ridge, GA

Mercier Orchards

8660 Blue Ridge Drive, Blue Ridge GA

Southern Living Magazine's favorite roadside apple market