What is the Real Estate Market Like In The City Of Big Canoe

Big Canoe Real Estate Market Trends As Of February 2016

Total Properties Listed: 194

Average List Price: $312,730.83

Median List Price: $296750

Things To Do In Big Canoe, GA

Gibbs Gardens

One of the premier and certainly largest gardens in the United States is opening March 1st about five miles from Big Canoe in Marble Hill, Georgia. Gibbs Gardens has been thirty five years in the making and features 225 acres of 16 separate gardens. The gardens were built into a mature forest in the rolling hills of the North Georgia mountains and feature the largest Japanese gardens in the United States.

www.gibbsgardens.com.

North Georgia Premium Outlet Mall

Located in Dawsonville on Highway 53 and 400, there is something for everyone here with over 140 stores. Find impressive savings at Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, Gap Outlet, J.Crew, Kenneth Cole, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Restoration Hardware, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Williams-Sonoma and more.

www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/outlet.asp?id=16

Amicalola Falls State Park

Amicalola Falls is a short drive north of Big Canoe and is well worth a day of hiking and lunch in the restaurant. The falls are spectacular and the park offers twelve miles of hiking trails. This is a great place for a family outing.

www.amicalolafalls.com

Dahlonega, Georgia

Dahlonega, Georgia was home of the first US gold rush in 1828. Located about an hour northeast of Big Canoe, Dahlonega offers a number of restaurants, bars, shopping and year around events. It has become a center for performance and visual arts for the north Georgia mountains. Be sure and eat at the historic Smith House for family style Southern food.

www.dahlonega.org

Blue Ridge, Georgia

Blue Ridge is a delightful mountain town located about an hour and a half north of Big Canoe up highway 515 or 52 to 515. The downtown area is well worth a trip for shopping and restaurants. The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is located in the historic Railroad Depot downtown and is a great 3 ½ hour trip along the Toccoa River, www.brscenic.com. Some of the best trout fishing in Georgia is in the Toccoa River. Visit the Unicoi Outfitters on East Main Street for all of your fly fishing supplies or a guide, www.unicoioutfitters.com, and the Oyster Fine Bamboo Fly Rod Shop on East Main Street, as well, www.oysterbamboo.com.

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