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With the Summersville CVB App you can:
- Find our location (Including Driving Directions)
- Contact Us By Email or Phone
- Stay Informed Of Events
- Share Pictures
- And Much More...
This FREE mobile app provides the following:
Build your own Agenda
Map go the Conference Center
The Georgia Municipal Association app will also provides push notifications, web & social con-nect.
Renew your spirit on a day hiking to local waterfalls or horseback riding on forested trails in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Bring the family and discover the thrill of an Ocoee River whitewater rafting adventure, ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway or treetop canopy adventure. Rent a pontoon or a jet ski on beautiful Lake Blue Ridge. Pick strawberries or blueberries at Mercier Orchards, a 65 year old family orchard. Catch a trout on the tailwaters of the Toccoa River or a clear mountain stream; Blue Ridge is the Trout Fishing Capital of Georgia.
This FREE app is guide to over 30 great spots to fish, canoe, hike, camp or just have a picnic! Each location includes GPS mapping and description. If you are traveling to Georgia’s Blue Ridge or want to find out more before planning your trip, this app will be a wonderful guide!
This mobile app provides the user with a guide to 25 of the magnificent waterfalls in Oconee County. This app provides voice narration, stunning images, text descriptions and GPS enabled mapping to help you make the most our of you Mountain Lakes Region adventure.
Build your own Beer Trail
Social and web links
This driving tour mobile app will take you through the history of Cades Cove. With GPS mapping, voice narration and historical photos this app will guide you through this beautiful area, full of wildlife and history.
The Lake Lanier Convention & Visitors Bureau has been guiding travelers to local hot spots and tranquil retreats for over 20 years. Backed by a network of locals who share the inside scoop on the newest places to dine out, boat, float and enjoy the Lake Lanier lifestyle, you’ll explore with the most reliable, up-to-date travel intelligence available. With the Best of Lake Lanier app, you can:
- Quickly find lodging for your stay with accommodations ranging from luxury resort to rustic campgrounds
- Explore dining options, recommended by locals for best lakeside dining, picnic fare and fine dining
- Scout the options for how to spend your time playing indoors or out
- Check out current events in real time from our online calendar featuring all the hottest happenings on Lake Lanier
- Navigate your way around by car or boat with GPS mapping and waypoints to all our recommended locations
- Get social with quick connect buttons to Lake Lanier’s Facebook, Twitter and our Slip Away Blog
Not visiting the lake during the hot summer season? No problem, the app will be updated regularly with seasonal content including fall foliage events, holiday happenings and arts performances. Lake Lanier is a year round destination, and our app will keep you updated through every season.
This mobile app is a production of the Blount County Partnership, The Smoky Mountain Tourism Development Authority and Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson.
Itching to get outdoors? Bird watch or hunt at Beaverdam, fish Hugh Gillis Public Fishing Area, or kayak the Oconee River.
Everyone is a little Irish during March in Dublin for our month-long St. Patrick's Festival, and Haunted Montrose will give you chills during October.
Spend the night at the Dublin Farm Bed and Breakfast for a relaxing getaway with delectable Italian dining at Ristorante da Maria. For farm fresh produce, visit the farmers market at Market on Madison.
With this app you can find events, lodging, dining, attractions and shopping in Dublin - Laurens County!
Region" because of its climate, its spectacularly beautiful lakes and the beauty of its Blue Ridge Mountains.
Today, outdoor recreation, adventure travel and family together time are hot buttons for tourists, and
Oconee County offers the perfect setting for an affordable vacation for active families, outdoor types of all
ages, couples and retirees. Biking, horseback riding, boating, whitewater rafting, paddling, fishing, hiking,
camping, golfing and antiquing are plentiful here. Oconee County includes lakes Hartwell, Keowee and
Jocassee, rushing and lazy rivers, including the federally-designated Wild and Scenic Chattooga, endless
waterfalls, the Sumter National Forest and the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, all neighboring the
mountains of North Carolina and Northeast Georgia, making it within easy access to most of the Southeast.
This mobile app provides the user with a guide to lodging, shopping, adventure and an interactive map
A chameleon of sorts, Clarksville offers something different to all who have a desire to travel outside the norm. Our artistic repertoire ranges from world class theatres and art exhibits to honky-tonks and homegrown country music. Love to shop? Explore our multitude of antique stores, local one-of-a-kind boutiques, or calm your craving with the well known department stores you love. Our moderate climate makes us every nature lover’s dream location. With several state parks in the area and miles of walking and biking trails your taste for the outdoors will be satisfied. Not to mention that both the Cumberland and Red Rivers can provide endless hours of aquatic excitement. All of this doesn’t even touch on the many year round attractions that make Clarksville distinctive. From the Customs House Museum to Beachaven Winery and Vineyards we can provide a list of “must sees” for your visit. A quick peak at our calendar and you can see we’ve got a whole lotta shakin’ going on.
There are so many other things we could brag about. Like our rich river heritage or our diverse community, represented by over 26 countries. But those things are better left to experience on your own terms. You cannot describe that je ne sais quoi appeal that makes Clarksville so desirable. Words do not do justice to all that the area has to offer. Instead pack your bag, throw the family in the car, and come by for a weekend. You won’t be disappointed.
This mobile app Visitors Guide will offer the visitor DINING, LODGING, SHOPPING, ATTRACTIONS and EVENT information, including detailed information for the Rivers and Spires Festival. App features include online hotel booking options, GPS enabled mapping with category filters and contact information for the Clarksville-Montgomery County CVB.
Blount County is also a gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
This FREE mobile app will show you the Attractions, Outdoor activities, Dining and Lodging options on “The Peaceful Side of the Smokies”, as well as Events and a map of all locations listed.
Download and enjoy your trip.
Located on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River in Fulton County, Roswell, Georgia, is in an area whose history was impacted and shaped by the 1828 discovery of gold in north Georgia, the opening of cotton and woolen mills known collectively as the Roswell Manufacturing Company a decade later and the occupation by Union troops in July of 1864 on their march to Atlanta. “The Roswell Mills,” a permanent exhibit at The Heritage Center at Roswell Visitors Bureau, is free of charge. Exhibit booklet and audio tour may be downloaded from the website. ( http://www.visitroswellga.com/"www.visitroswellga.com) On the banks of Vickery's Creek, ruins of the Roswell Mills remain one of Roswell’s best-kept secrets. Burned by Union forces on July 7, 1864, General Sherman ordered everyone connected with the mill to be charged with treason. Mill workers, mostly women and children, since the men were fighting the war, were arrested, charged with treason and sent north to uncertain fates. Charged but never tried for this crime, they were eventually released—but without provisions or assistance to get back home. Some of the women would make their way back to Roswell; the fate of most remains a mystery.
A monument, dedicated to the 400 women and children, is located in the park on Sloan Street. Interpretive signage and a well-marked boardwalk trail allow visitors to view the mill ruins and the dam built to harness water power for mill machinery.
Roswell’s three historic houses—Barrington Hall, Bulloch Hall and Smith Plantation—are part of an interpretive program, “A Southern Trilogy: Experience the Authentic Story of the American South.” These antebellum homes are excellent sightseeing companions to the mills exhibit. Open for guided tours 7 days a week, the 3 homes chronicle Roswell’s founding families.