275 Kennemur Road, Ellijay, Georgia, 30536, United States
Good for: Couples
634 Beaver Lake Dr, Ellijay, Georgia, 30540, United States
Good for: Solo
616 Harper Creek Road, ELLIJAY, GA, 30540
Famous for its naming hill (you can pay 5-10$ to put a pig shaped sign on the hill behind the restaurant--see pix) but it has has really good BBQ as well----meaty ribs, good chopped pork sandwiches, and good carrot cake, too made by the resident female baker, June. Ribs, chopped porkmore
This ‘meat & three’ cafeteria style restaurant is a favorite of locals and tourist alike. Its very clean semi-rustic architecture is a comfortable place to enjoy the home cooking. The ladies are always very friendly and enjoy having you eat with them. The menu varies everyday. They usually have 3 or 4 different meats, 5 to 9 vegetables, corn...more
The Lilly Pad cafe is a great little spot in Blue Ridge out Aska Rd. Live Music on Friday and Saturday night with outdoor seating. There are BYOB clubs in Ellijay. There are alwasy concerts going on around town - many put on by GAHA. There are even sustainable dinners at the Martyn House. For more ideas and listings, see BlueMooseToDo.com and...more
yap we got a walmart and ingles that stay open 24 hours a day. every day except when they have to close to clean the floors or somethin like that. they got this sign on the door that says no dogs allow (but its kind of hard to keep a dog from barkin. and the girls got to where some kind of top and shoes. not the guys though. they just got to where...more
15 Reviews and Opinions
if your car brakes down call clarks towing or gilmer towing then call brewer taxi. no call the taxi then call clarks towing or gilmer towing. cause it takes a long time for brewer to get to where you are they got maybe two taxis in the counties (they have to pick up pleople is jasper too)
Right across the road from Panorama is their competitor Penlands. Pretty much the same apples, pies, breads, jellies and more but they have a guy in the parking lot frying up pig skins either regular or spicy hot and they are really good!open August to December 9-6 apples and pig skins retailmore
Right before you get to Ellijay is Panorama, which in autumn has 5-10 varieties of their freshly picked local apples from Arkansaw Blacks, Mutsus, Granny Smiths and more---they also have cider, pies, apple breads and gifts....Pumpkins too in the fall..... apples $5 for a 1/4 peckmore
sure most of the guys up here use that chewing tobbaco. they sometimes carry there own cups. but if you let them ride with you you better have a cup or an old coke can so they can spit it that or they might get it on you car seat. if you forget go to mcdonalds and ask for a childs cup and some napkins they don't charge for those things. well some times they do but tell them what you need it for and they won't charge you.
the east ellijay police got this thing a bout stoping people who drive to fast. and they got cars that don't have blue lights on top like other police cars. so if you go speed they will come up behind you and then its too late cause they got blue lights all over the car. and white lites too. they will scare the poop out of you if you an't careful.........
Luggage and bags:
all you need is just your clothes that you have on. unless you plan on staying for a few days but that's going to be too long. not really much to do or see here so you can get what you need at walmart. and eat at mcdonals.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: don't need any unless you go into mcdonalds
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: they got that stuff at walmart
Photo Equipment: at walmart
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: at wal mart
Miscellaneous: every thing you might need at wal mart
Nearby to Ellijay are plenty of falls and lakes to visit, and this trip we made it to Fall Branch Falls after about 30 minute drive through the backroads of the mountains. The parking area is off Stanley Creek Road close to Aska Road. The hike took about 15 minutes up to the falls with spots at the top and bottom for viewing....Hope to come back...more
well i went there and didn't find a fort but they say that some people from some other country came here a long time ago and built a fort. we had to pay 2.00 to park there the whole day. walked up a path that had gavel on it and it took about 45 mins still no fort only some building that was built a few years ago. and there ant no bathroom up there...more