Unicoi State Park & Lodge Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Vouchers may not be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays between now and May 31, 2013 • Reservations required and subject to availability • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Merchant cancellation/rescheduling policy and fees apply once booking is made; voucher subject to forfeiture • Voucher valid for 2 guests • Credit is a retail store credit of $5 per person and cannot be applied to other lodge offerings • Taxes/resort fee not included; payable directly to the property • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay • Blackout date(s): May 26
Escape Kit • A One-Night Stay for Two in a Lodge Room, Sundays through Thursdays • Breakfast for Two • $10 Resort Credit The Destination Historians may disagree, but some believe Georgia earned its nickname as "The Empire State of the South" for the sky-scraping trees that reach heavenward in Unicoi State Park. The lakeside preserve boasts 1,063 acres of forests, trails, waterfalls, and carefully cultivated picnic areas. Anna Ruby Falls routinely wows travelers who flock to her cascades year round to hike, fish, and watch wildlife; and the park's community arm welcomes regular craft festivals, concerts, and educational activities that are fun for the whole family. In town, the architecture reflects the Bavarian culture of the area's early settlers, and cobblestone streets lead to a bevy of historic shops and quaint cafes. The Digs Nestled between the Chattahoochee National Forest and the Alpine Village of Helen, the Unicoi State Park and Lodge features rustic rooms with two double beds, a full bath, a hair dryer, a telephone, cable TV, an in-room coffee maker, and an iron and ironing board. Wake up to mountain views and a delicious breakfast. The Diversions • Anna Ruby Falls • Alpine Village of Helen • Black Forest Bear Park • Betty's Country Store
Lodge near Lake amid 1,000 Acres of Blue Ridge Beauty Unicoi State Park and Lodge overlooks the rolling landscape of the Blue Ridge Mountains of northern Georgia; you can get postcard-perfect views from the lodge’s picture windows and open-air balconies. Nestled near Unicoi Lake, the lodge’s spacious accommodations are secluded amid more than 1,000 acres of protected wilderness. An extensive network of hiking trails weaves across the mountain landscape: there’s a meandering loop around the lakefront and a white-knuckle mountain-biking path. Across the property, you can fish for trout from lakeside docks or shallow stream banks. In warmer months, canoers and kayakers explore the lake’s outer reaches. Weekly park staff events range from full-moon hikes to bird-watching tours. Back at the lodge, the restaurant hosts all-you-can-eat buffets three times a day. Included breakfasts typically feature waffles, bacon, and biscuits with country gravy, and dinners may include mountain trout or seafood jambalaya. Helen, Georgia: Alpine Village with Frequent Festivals The nearby town of Helen imagines the Appalachians as Alps. The quaint, Bavarian-style town is lined with cobblestone alleys and timber frame cottages. Helen’s schedule of festivals and events celebrates the mountain landscape with vineyard tours, trout-fishing competitions, and birding trips. One of the most popular traditions is the annual Helen to the Atlantic Balloon Race, which fills the skies with myriad multicolored floats. There's also plenty of outdoor scenery to enjoy in the surrounding Chattahoochee National Forest. The Appalachian Trail passes near Helen, and it comes alive every spring with thru-hikers attempting the entire 2,180-mile journey without the assistance of GPS or a saint bernard. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
Near-Lake Lodge amid 1,000-Acre Blue Ridge Beauty The Unicoi State Park & Lodge overlooks the rolling landscape of the Blue Ridge Mountains of northern Georgia with postcard-perfect views from picture windows and open-air balconies. Nestled near Unicoi Lake, the lodge combines spacious accommodations with the seclusion of more than 1,000 acres of protected wilderness. An extensive network of hiking trails weaves across the mountain landscape, from the meandering loop around the lakefront to a white-knuckle mountain bike path. Across the property, visitors can fish for trout from lakeside docks or shallow stream banks. In warmer months, sunbathers flock to a ...
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