# Blue ridge
New Killer seafood spot in Blue Ridge: The Cove
Discovered a fabulous new restaurant in Blue Ridge! If you love seafood 🦀🦞🦐🐟 you gotta visit The Cove Fish Camp.. It is especially great if you don't want to deal with the hassle of downtown Blue Ridge parking and crowds. We were staying at @overlookcabins and this was just a short drive away. I had no idea what a phenomenal meal we were in for! Luckily we caught the owner, Greg, there and he shared with us that everything is made in house except the fries which are specially cut -its like a cross between steak fries and curly fries. But their slice blend they put on them is house made too. Also don't skip the boiled peanuts!! <a href="https://www.thecovefishcamp.com">https://www.thecovefishcamp.com</a> Lobster roll 🦞!!!! Mahi Mahi 🐡 Crab cakes 🦀 Oh and for the meat lovers, the smash burger is exceptional (with bacon 🥓 of course) 😋
A Pretty Place Not to Miss in Spring in the Upstate of South Carolina
Spring is a time of freshness and new and that’s exactly what we experienced at Pretty Place, a beautiful erected cross in the mountains in South Carolina. This cross which has been around for dozens of years at the YMCA Camp Greenville, helped the bros and I center our hearts on what is right during spring.
7+ Quirky Places You Should Visit in the Mountains of Blue Ridge GA
I love Blue Ridge and the whole Copper Basin area -- and that's because there is just so much to do and see in these awesome Blue Ridge mountain towns. During my frequent visits to Blue Ridge and the surrounding area, I've found a few quirky and oh-so-cool places, that I'd love to share with you. These are the types of places that draw me in, and keep me coming back again and again. I know you'll feel the same way!
Brasstown Bald | Highest Point in Georgia 4, 784 ft | Travel Guide | (Is it worth the $)
Brasstown Bald is the highest point in Georgia at 4, 784ft / 1458m. Located in Hiawassee, Georgia inside the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, this highest point is truly breathtaking! Once you've parked in the parking lot it's just a short .60 of a mile hike to the very top (or you can take a shuttle that's open seasonally April-??) Once to the top you have very large viewing platform with 360-degree views of the Blue Ridge Mountains (These are the southern part of the Appalachian Mountains) If you come after hours or in the off season when the visitor center is closed, you still need to pay $5 to park. Or its $7 a person during season and that includes the shuttle. OR if you have the America the Beautiful pass, its free to enter.
Things to do in Roanoke and the Blue Ridge
A view of Roanoke from Mill MountainPhoto bySteve Sindiong. Roanoke is an up and coming city nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, filled with great museums, arts, great restaurants, brew pubs, shopping and tons of outdoor activities.
Investigating the Curse of the Tilley Bend Witch
We just want to tease y'all a little... The full video is intense and this story is not for the faint of heart! Hope you'll join us in a few days for its release!