Blairsville Activities and Attractions

A local area guide to the beautiful mountain town of Blairsville Georgia. You can find everything from antique shops to movie theaters.

State Parks

Meeks Park- Location: 490 Meeks Park Rd, Blairsville, GA 30512 Number: 706-439-6074 Description: Meeks Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the North Georgia Mountains. It is located about one mile west of Blairsville, Georgia on Highway 515. The park was established in 1992 and named after Bill Meeks. The park is home to seven ball fields, four batting cages, a playground, a skateboard park, basketball court, tennis courts, swimming pool, walking trails, nature trails, a dog park, a disc golf course, several pavilions, and other amenities. Brass Town Bald Mountain- Location: Georgia Spur 180, Blairsville, GA 30512 Number: 706-745-6928 Description: Another National Park Treasure. A short drive from Atlanta, Georgia offering sweet fresh air, amazing views, and fun museum with interactive educational tools for all ages.

Hiking Trails

Byron Reece Trail Head- Neels Gap- Location: Blood Mountain Wilderness near Helen, Georgia Description: The Byron Reece Trail scales Blood Mountain’s lower elevations at Neels Gap, exploring a mossy, stream-filled forest. The trail’s beauty and its just-off-the-highway easy access makes it one of North Georgia’s most popular hikes. While the trail is used by many to access trail to the nearby Appalachian Trail at Blood Mountain, it’s a beautiful trail worthy of a 1.35-mile out-and-back hike. At the trail’s end, the Byron Reece Trail offers a chance to set foot on the famed, 2000+ mile Appalachian Trail. ARKAQUAH TRAIL AT BRASSTOWN BALD- Location: Brasstown Bald near Hiawassee, GA Description: From stunning, sweeping views to mysterious ancient petroglyphs, the strenuous Arkaquah Trail explores incredible landscapes on the slopes of Georgia’s tallest mountain summit. The adventure begins near the summit of Brasstown Bald, rolling elevation on a ridge and catching views from multiple peaks. The trail is especially stunning in winter when deciduous leaves have fallen, opening beautiful views throughout much of the trail’s length – and it’s been a longtime favorite on our list of Georgia winter hikes.