Visit Habersham County

 
 

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains only 90 minutes from Atlanta, Habersham County is home to seven municipalities.  With a diverse population of approximately 45,000, warm hospitality is offered to visitors who venture to this beautiful section of the state.  The natural beauty of the area and our distinct four seasons attract many tourists.

For a Visitor Package or  more information, contact the Chamber at 1-800-835-2559 or habchamber@windstream.net. 
 

Nearly 200 years old with rich mountain culture, this history is captured in Habersham's six museums.  Clarkesville, the county seat, has been designated the "Number 2 Best Small Town for Retirement in America" by a Rand-McNally poll, and this historic town was voted one of sixteen "Friendliest Towns on the East Coast" in 2011.
 

Cornelia, home of the world's largest apple monument, is the county's largest municipality.  Celebrating 125 years in 2012, the town is rich with history and is home to the county's Historical, Standard Telephone, Railroad Depot, and Everything Elvis museums.
 

Home to the Chattahoochee and the Soque Rivers, Habersham Touts the "best fly fishing" east of the Mississippi.   Known for its outdoor recreation, beautiful scenery, quaint shops and locally owned restaurants, Habersham offers something for everyone.
 

Tallulah Falls, home of Tallulah Gorge, attracts thousands of visitors each year.  The gorge, approximately 2 miles long and 1,000-feet deep, was once known as the "Niagara Falls of the South."

See our individual menu pages for detailed lodging, shopping, dinning, arts, entertainment and recreation information.