A winter adventure may be just what you need to get away from day-to-day life for a long weekend and we have the perfect places to do so. You don’t need to wait until winter is over to plan a trip out of town because these small Georgia towns will provide all the beauty you could ever need. All you need to do for a little extra magic is wait for a nice snow dusting and you’re all set! Take a look at these enchanting towns in Georgia that will make you feel like you’ve fallen into a snow globe.
1. Chattanooga Valley, Georgia
The small town of Chattanooga Valley in Georgia has less than 5,000 residents but a whole lot of beauty. Known as a transportation and historic gateway to the South, visiting Chattanooga Valley after a snowfall for pure wintertime magic.
2. Dahlonega, Georgia
You really can't beat Dahlonega, Georgia in the wintertime. As one of the best towns to stroll through in the country during the winter season, you'll be amazed at just how historically beautiful this Georgia town can be.
3. Blairsville, Georgia
Less than 1,000 residents populate Blairsville, Georgia which means there is plenty of undisturbed natural beauty surrounding. Located in one of the most stunning areas of the state of Georgia, once this tiny town becomes dusted with snow, it's like stepping into a snow globe.
4. Ellijay, Georgia
Another North Georgia mountain town worth visiting this winter is Ellijay. With just over 1,500 residents in Ellijay, it's a small town with big things to see. Visiting the "Apple Capital of Georgia" during the fall is always a good idea, but during winter you'll be in for quite a surprise, too.
5. Adairsville, Georgia
Adairsville, Georgia is a charmingly quaint town just shy of 5,000 residents. Most people flock to this historic town for the shops, restaurants and sights to see. But when you visit during the winter, especially during a snowfall, it's like a dream come true.
6. Lumpkin, Georgia
Many people visit lumpkin, Georgia for the nature and hiking opportunities. Which even after a good snow, you can still experience the magic of the forests, just bundles up a little bit more than usual.
7. Watkinsville, Georgia
With population shy of 3,000 people, Watkinsville, Georgia still remains unexplored for many residents. Yet, once you find out just how much there is to do, plus things to see during the wintertime, you'll be in awe. Nicknamed "Artland", you can spend hours wandering in and out of galleries, all with snow crunching underneath your boots.
8. Roswell, Georgia
Okay, so Roswell might have a much bigger population than others on this list, but it is worth including. Especially since this city becomes a magical winter wonderland as soon as the snow hits the ground.
9. Suwanee, Georgia
A snow day is Suwanee, Georgia brings all the children and parents outside. Life in Suwanee during the winter is just a bit more magical, especially when you take the time to appreciate it.
10. Toccoa, Georgia
People flock to Toccoa, Georgia throughout the year because it's a natural dreamscape. But imagine those tall trees and budding wildlife with a fresh snowfall. Sounds like it should be straight out of a storybook.