Wildlife and waterfalls flow among the many natural treasures in Blue Ridge, Ga.
One of central North Georgia's many great mountain towns, Ellijay has long been the center of activity in the region, providing visitors with a soothing blend of fun in the quaint small town and surrounding hills.
Whether the fun being sought is outdoors or indoors, one place to find it is Gadsden, Ala.
Let the Sequatchie Valley view bring you in. Let the surroundings extend your stay. Feel free to hang around for a while.
A charming downtown with a vibrant downtown square; a supportive community with an emphasis on local business — there are many reasons why Fayetteville, Tenn., calls itself "a small town with big ideas."
Known as "The River City," Decatur, Ala., like many Southern cities in the 19th century, used its water access as an engine for growth.
Morristown puts visitors on the doorstep of Cherokee Lake and within easy driving distance to the Smokies or the Clinch Mountain Range.
Ever been told to "take a hike" or "go fly a kite?" Dade County, Ga., is just the place to do both.
Surrounded by a 69,000-acre lake, it's no wonder life in Guntersville is all about the water.
For some of the best doughnuts you've ever had and a dose of small-town charm, Cookeville, Tenn., is the place to be.
Hiawassee, Ga., offers the best of Southern festivals, food and a unique water cable park.
Walking the streets of downtown Knoxville, the state's third-largest city, you'll be met with a sea of orange.
A small city embedded in the hills, woods and amid the creeks of White County, Sparta has punched above its weight class for decades since first defining itself as a bluegrass titan.
Fort Payne, Ala., is a city rich in history dating back to before the Trail of Tears. The town became the DeKalb County seat in 1878.
Cleveland, Tenn., was a popular trading center early in its history.
Winchester puts you right in the heart of serious recreational opportunities, whether you like fishing, boating, horseback riding or golfing.
Scottsboro offers far more than rich history lessons.
Shelbyville is known as the Walking Horse Capital of the World.
Until the establishment of Cloudland Canyon Park in 1939, Dade County was only accessible through Alabama and Tennessee.
Reinvented as a replica of a German Alpine village, Helen offers its visitors something unique to experience practically every month of the year.
Best-known for the many attractions along the Hiwassee River, the area is also home to the only public botanical garden in the northeastern Georgia mountains.
Cartersville and surrounding Bartow County are welcoming a new family center to the Lakepoint Station this summer.
Gainesville, Ga., is on the shores of Lake Lanier about 45 minutes north of Atlanta.