Where to Eat

Where to Eat

Farm-to-table vegetables, crispy fried chicken, juicy burgers and BBQ - just a few of the notable things you'll find in Calhoun-Gordon County!


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New Echota Rivers Alliance (NERA)

Enjoy scenic views as you paddle Gordon County’s rivers – the Oostanaula, Coosawattee & Conasauga. Gordon County boasts 47 miles of rivers and provides perfect opportunities for flat-water paddling. NERA offers guided paddle trips March through November....

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Georgia Aquaponic Produce

Featuring vegetables that have been produced aquaponically, free from harmful chemicals. Will offer farm tours starting summer 2015....

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Sunrise Planetarium & Museum

Presenting various science programs viewed through the lens of the Biblical doctrine. Programs, designed for groups and available by appointment only, include train ride picnics, birthday parties, family reunions, company picnics, science planetarium programs and museum tours. Youth summer camps and fall family camps provide activities that teach discipline and develop high standards of character and conduct. All camps have sports, swimming, daily Bible lessons, cabin devotions, good food, interesting and educational classes in areas such as science, crafts, sports, and nature studies....

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Paradise Drag Strip

Built in 1961 from an abandoned cotton field, Paradise features a 1/8 mile drag strip and hosts races every Sunday. Bring your car to test Paradise’s new scoreboard and computer system. Regular Racing (Pro & Foot Brake), Grudge Racing, Time Only’s and Street Car’s invited....

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Southern Estate Alpacas

Located on over 50 acres of lush green pastures, Southern Estate Alpacas is home to alpacas and goats. Make a reservation to attend one of their educational farm tours. The two-hour tour begins with an "Alpaca 101" inside the farm store to learn the origins of alpacas and see the many exquisite products made from their elite herd. You can even purchase products made from your favorite alpaca's fleece. Once you learn the basics, step out into the pasture and come face-to-face with the friendly alpacas, who will happily eat right from your hands (and provide great photo opportunities for you and your family)! Admission is $20 per person and must be paid in advance. Group rates are available by calling (706) 263-1456. Tours last 1.5 to 2 hours and are available on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 12 p.m. (availability and rates are subject to change). Reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance. ...

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