Designed by Denis Griffiths, the golf course winds through wildlife preserves, ponds and streams framed in by the mountains. With five sets of tees, all skill levels will be able to enjoy a layout that is maintained to standards you'd expect.
Featuring five miles of trails, the new Stables primarily offers one- and two-hour guided mountain trail rides, accommodating all experience levels, from beginner to advanced.
Whether on the water, in the woodlands, or screaming through the skies, the area around Hiawassee and Young Harris, Georgia is packed with options for recreation and amusement. The Towns County Recreation Department operates and maintains a variety of sports and recreation facilities for public use including baseball fields, football/soccer field, tennis courts, basketball courts, and pickleball courts.
The growing sport of pickleball is showcased with 14 outdoor courts at the Towns County Pickleball Complex, located across Highway 76 from the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds.
Also available to the public when weather allows is the Towns County Beach on Lake Chatuge, located next to the pickleball complex in Hiawassee, Georgia.