Hiawassee is a small town near the north-eastern border of Georgia. The name comes from a Cherokee word for "meadow". The population is under 1000 permanent residents but the town, and the neighbouring town of Young Harris in Towns County, are tourist centers for the Chattahoochee National Forest and the mountains of the Blue Ridge ranges.
Lake Chatuge is also a big draw - the 7,500 acre reservoir stretches over the border into nearby North Carolina.
Although it is closest to North Carolina, Hiawassee is also within easy reach of the airports of Chattanooga and Atlanta.
Some of the attractions and events in the area can be found on our Hiawassee Attractions page and a selection of cabins in the area can be seen below the map.
The Apple Tree House has three large bedrooms, three full baths, a huge family room, fireplace, and enough beds to accommodate up to 18 guests.
Our vacation cabin on Laurel Mountain has a fully equipped kitchen, jacuzzi, stone fireplace, covered porch, barbecue grill, and breath taking mountain views.
If you own or rent cabins in Hiawassee, Young Harris or on Lake Chatuge, and your property is not featured on this page, please visit our Cabin Direct information page for registration details.