Mother Nature reigns supreme in the beautiful mountain town of Blairsville, located in the Appalachian Mountains. Delight in the explosion of autumn leaf color in the mountains or cuddle up in a cozy cabin during the winter. Outdoor lovers can hike endless trails, no matter the season; see breathtaking views atop Brasstown Bald, Georgia’s highest elevation; visit rushing waterfalls and relax on serene Lake Nottely. Enjoy horseback riding, golfing, and antiquing year round or plan your trip around one of many unique festivals. Blairsville's Town Square is frequently the venue for annual events such as the Downtown Spring Arts & Crafts Festival, the Memorial Day Parade, the Green Bean Festival, the Bluegrass Festival, the Sorghum Parade, Hometown Halloween on the Square, and the Christmas Parade. Everyone is invited to these family oriented celebrations! The homes around Blairsville are just as unique and wonderful as its residents. The abundant natural beauty all around acts as inspiration, so that no matter the price range, many quality homes in breathtaking settings are available. Blairsville is the place to be for outdoor fun. Nearly two-thirds of Union County is in the Chattahoochee National Forest. It includes Georgia's highest point, Brasstown Bald (with a visitors' center at the summit), Vogel State Park (the oldest and most popular state park in Georgia), and the Richard Russell Scenic Byway. The school system for Blairsville students, Union County Schools, are now recognized as one of Georgia’s Charter Schools, and has been named an “Outstanding School District” by Standard and Poors. Blairsville is an idyllic mountain town where nature is celebrated and good people are abundant.