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Mountain Memories Cabin Rentals is located in the beautiful town of Ellijay Georgia. Just a little over an hour from the city of Atlanta, but miles away from the hustle and bustle of the big city life. We have a wide variety of cabin rentals in Ellijay for you to discover, ranging from cabins with mountain views, to water front cabins, to secluded cabins with the feel of being deep in the forests of North Georgia. We have resort cabins with amenities that every member of your family is sure to enjoy, with swimming pools, fishing ponds and river tubing. The local scene is also one to cherish. The restaurants and antique shops in Historic Downtown Ellijay make for one of Ellijay's favorite vacation attractions. Also, the outdoor activities in the North Georgia mountains are limitless!!!!
Gilmer County was cut from Cherokee County in 1832, and Ellijay became the county seat in 1834. Ellijay existed as a remote mountain community until the Marietta and Northern Georgia Railroad (later the L and N) arrived in 1884. This prompted something of a boom in the timber industry, but the area remained relatively isolated until the Zell Miller Mountain Parkway (Georgia 515; named for Georgia governor and U.S. senator Zell Miller) was completed in 1991. The city holds an annual Apple Festival in October, and Gilmer County is known as the 'Apple Capital of Georgia'. The Apple Festival is a nationally recognized festival that occurs on the 2nd and 3rd weekends of October. Tourists from as far as Hawaii and Alaska come to try Ellijay's world famous apples and other vendors' apple products.Ellijay lies where two rivers, the Ellijay and the Cartecay, come together to form the Coosawattee River.
04/12/2016the only thing i would improve is the grill. update it make it a gas grill !!! and maybe under a cover so if it rains and you have only brought food to grill you do not have to leave and go out. :)
- Carol - Winston, US