The Toccoa River
The Toccoa River is a popular weekend destination for tubing, canoeing, kayaking and trout fishing. The 17-mile Toccoa River Canoe Trail begins at Deep Hole, a Forest Service Campground. The river passes under the swinging bridge and into the Aska Adventure Trails area, where hiking and mountain biking are also popular.
Lake Blue Ridge is formed by the TVA dam, where boating and fishing are favorite activities of visitors. Once the river leaves Lake Blue Ridge, it travels down the valley known as the McCaysville Basin. This area is quite popular among trout fishermen.
The Toccoa River
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are located nearby to the beautiful and majestic Toccoa River. The Toccoa River in Blue Ridge Georgia forms at the confluence of Mauldin and Canada Creeks in Union County, and flows in a northwesterly direction from Northeast Georgia into Tennessee, where it is named the Ocoee River
. The Toccoa River flows through the charming region of Toccoa Georgia all the way to the area known as the Twin Cities in McCaysville Georgia and Copperhill Tennessee. Visitors and vacationers to Blue Ridge Georgia love going Toccoa River Fishing, rafting, canoeing, and kayaking; learn more about these activities below. Stay and play in our Cabin Rentals in Blue Ridge Georgia
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The Toccoa River in Georgia is a renowned trout fishing stream and many avid anglers plan Toccoa River Fishing Trips to our area. Easily floated and waded, this famous North Georgia Fly Fishing spot is always a favorite as the waters are gentle and clear and always well stocked. When you go Toccoa River Fishing you can fish for wild brown trout, rainbow trout and a few other wild mountain varieties.
Rafting, canoeing and kayaking are also popular activities you can enjoy on the Toccoa River. The river is perfect for large groups with small children as the waters are not too rough, and the rapids are virtually nil. Renowned for being a great, natural lazy river, many choose to enjoy a day leisurely floating or tubing down the river. Kayaking and whitewater rafting activities are very popular as well; however the rapids are more or less located in the section of the river known as the Ocoee River