Fall is a gorgeous time of year. The leaves burst into bright yellow, orange, and red hues and the air has a crispness to it. In Ellijay GA we love fall, and that is why we celebrate it from festivals to getting outside and taking hikes. However, our most popular fall attraction is apples. From tasting to picking our autumn season is filled with vibrant colors of apples. At Mountain Oasis Cabin Rentals, our North Georgia mountain cabins are in the middle of it all. So, you can get to where you need to go or stay put. Sit out on the deck of your cabin rental and submerge yourself in the middle of the fall foliage and enjoy an apple.
Fall means everything apple. Apple cider, apple pie, apple picking, and the annual Georgia Apple Festival. The festival is the biggest festival of the year. It is in its 45th year and is bigger than ever. It is one of the most well-attended festivals in Georgia. Join in on the celebration of fall and the apple harvest on October 15-16 and 21-22.
The Festival gives you the opportunity to try some different apple varieties, and maybe discover a new favorite. The festival hosts over 300 vendors offering arts and crafts such as jewelry, pottery, woodworking, candles, photography, and much more! Not only will you find unique handmade gifts you will also discover live entertainment, a beauty pageant, parades, a car show, delicious treats from fried Oreos to freshly made pizza, and all things apple. This event is considered one of the top food festivals in the State of Georgia. So, make sure you save room before heading to the festival. The festival is $5 for adults and free for children under ten. Shuttles are available to get you to and from the festival grounds.
After exploring Ellijay GA and its apples relax by a fire at our North Georgia mountain cabins. Bring the whole family or plan a getaway for two, whatever you decide Mountain Oasis Cabin Rentals has the perfect accommodations for you. With all the amenities you need, such as a fully equipped kitchen you will have plenty of space to store your apples and maybe even make an apple pie. So, grab your sweater and head to North Georgia for your fall apple adventure.