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Georgia’s Brasstown Valley Resort

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

In the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia, bordering the spacious
Chattahoochee National Forest, Brasstown Valley Resort appears out of
the lush woods almost like a mirage. Travelers who visit this southern
domain — two hours from Atlanta, Georgia; Chattanooga, Tennessee;
Asheville, North Carolina; and Greenville, South Carolina — have a
wealth of outdoor activities in which to participate, as well as
numerous ways to pamper themselves indoors. Guests need not check into
Brasstown Valley Resort’s luxury rooms in order to spoil themselves, but
if RVers in these parts even consider spending a night outside their
rigs, they can’t go wrong here.

Located on the site of an ancient Cherokee Indian
village, Brasstown Valley today is a protected environment that harbors
more than 100 species of birds, including peregrine falcons and bald
eagles. Black bears, deer and red foxes roam the forested terrain, and
many species of fish swim the area’s lakes and streams.

The 72-foot stone fireplace that stands like a stone sentinel
in the mountain lodge’s great room, amid the massive pine beams and
vaulted ceiling, will bring a smile to visitors who appreciate
architecture and craftsmanship. The top-notch health club, indoor- and
outdoor pools and the dining room will ratchet up the luxury level of
almost everyone, and the 6,957-yard, links-style golf course, with its
139 rating from the gold tees, will provide more than enough challenge
for even the most proficient ball strikers.

For more information, call (706) 379-9900 or visit brasstownvalley.com.

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