Welcome to Blue Ridge, Georgia
Old Timers Parade is July 1st. If you want to be in the parade line up is no later than 9 am, parade starts at 10 am.
The parade will go on come rain or shine. See you tomorrow!
You’ve just come across one of the most beautiful, friendly and conveniently located areas in the Blue Ridge mountains. Welcome to Blue Ridge, Georgia. Our friendly mountain community was founded in 1887 when just one year prior the “Marietta and Northern Railroad” came to Fannin County. As a result of the railroad, the town flourished.
The golden age of railroads is long past, but thanks to the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, you and your children can still ride the same spectacular route beside the Toccoa River where steam engines rumbled over a hundred years ago.
Welcome to Historic Blue Ridge, Georgia – a place you won’t want to leave.
Like to join our Association? There are two ways to do so.
- Call Pam Fink at 706-258-2432 and she will take your application over the phone.
- Print out the application, complete and give application and your check to any board member or bring to the next membership meeting.