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Cabin in Jasper
Deluxe Romantic Retreat inside Big Canoe - hot tub
"Evermore" is a unique Treetopper designed for couples who desire a little more. Located in the gated resort style community of Big Canoe, "Evermore" sits on a hillside overlooking beautiful Lake Petit and McElroy Mountain. The interior features a plush King bed, large shower with rain shower head, heated tile floors, remote gas fireplace, remote controlled window treatments, smart tv, open airy kitchen with beautiful finishes. The hot tub is only a few steps away on the private terrace deck!
$256 per night
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Cabin in Big Canoe
Mountain Mint Inn: Cabin w/ Resort Amenity Access!
In search of easy access to fun and ample comfort? Look no further than this 2-bedroom, 2-bath Big Canoe vacation rental. Nestled in a private gated community, this cabin boasts access to pools, a marina, tennis courts, a fitness center, and more for an additional fee! Discover the home's thoughtful touches, including a full kitchen, charming loft area, and a screened-in porch with views. Don't forget to spend some time at Lake Petit, visit Gibbs Gardens, and winery hop during your stay.
$157 per night
Cabin in Jasper
Treetopper in Big Canoe
This special Treetopper is in short walking distance to beautiful trail hikes, the Beach Club and pool at Lake Disharoon, Playfield Park, the Fitness Center and the Racquet Club, all right outside your front door! You will be a very short drive to the clubhouse, marina, and the great fishing on Lake Petit. All this is yours to enjoy, or you can stay right at the Treetopper, gaze up into the leafy tree canopy that surrounds you, and listen to the birds. Come to relax and recharge.
$89 per night

Big Canoe vacation rentals

Treehouse in Jasper
Mountain Dreams in Big Canoe-Gorgeous Views!
$91 per night
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Tiny home in Jasper
Big Canoe Tiny Home Romantic Getaway
$130 per night
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Treehouse in Jasper
Treetop Tranquility in Big Canoe
$108 per night
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Tiny home in Big Canoe
Treetopper. The Perfect Mountain Getaway
$120 per night
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Chalet in Jasper
Elegant Treetop Escape in Big Canoe
$149 per night
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Chalet in Jasper
Mountain Paradise, Tree Top Cabin in Big Canoe
$112 per night
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Chalet in Jasper
BIG CANOE Treetopper Hideaway / BIG CANOE
$142 per night
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Home in Big Canoe
Big Canoe! 3 masters, 2 decks w/ hot tub, firepit!
$121 per night
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Home in Big Canoe
Lakeview Bliss|Stunning|Gorgeous Lake & Mtn Views|
$195 per night
Home in Jasper
Fantastic Lake Front in Big Canoe
$120 per night
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Cabin in Jasper
HOT TUB/Game Room/Fire Pit/Pet Friendly/Big Canoe
$175 per night
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Home in Jasper
Stunning lake view in Big Canoe, beach, clubhouse
$183 per night
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Your guide to Big Canoe

Welcome to Big Canoe

This 8,000-acre private development in North Georgia attracts those looking to get active in the great outdoors without having to sacrifice the comfort and amenities of a gated community. In addition to the 10-court tennis complex and 27-hole championship golf course, there are three man-made lakes, so you can spend the morning casting for crappie on Lake Sconti, the afternoon sunning yourself on the sandy shores of Lake Disharoon, and the evening enjoying a sunset cruise on Lake Petit. You might spot a bald eagle or even a black bear while hiking the 20 miles of fern-lined trails that meander past waterfalls and Native American rock mounds. Venture beyond the gates and you'll find yourself surrounded by a more untamed wilderness: nearly two million acres of protected state and federal land, including the Chattahoochee National Forest and the mythic Appalachian Trail, plus the quaint mountain towns of Dahlonega, Ellijay, and Blue Ridge.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Big Canoe?

Big Canoe is generally a year-round destination, attracting swimmers and boaters in the summer and golfers in the winter, when the courses are typically open, barring snow. The community sits at an elevation of 3,200 feet, leaving it cooler and less humid in the summer than Atlanta, but not quite lofty enough to be hit by major winter weather. In the cooler months, it’s wise to pack layers, as evenings can get chilly at this altitude. Spring and fall are ideal times to experience the local flora in all its glory: daffodils bloom in March, and by mid-October the autumn leaves begin to put on their show. Fall is also a great time to catch harvest season in the nearby wine country, and take in annual events like the Georgia Marble Festival. (Georgia marble has been used in the Lincoln Memorial, the U.S. Supreme Court, and Arlington National Cemetery.)


What are the top things to do in Big Canoe?

Amicalola Falls State Park

Just 20 minutes from Big Canoe, Amicalola (a Cherokee word meaning “tumbling waters”) is Georgia’s tallest waterfall, with a cascade of more than 700 feet. The park also offers activities like ziplining and miles of hiking trails, including one that leads to Springer Mountain, where the 2,193-mile Appalachian Trail ends.

Gibbs Gardens

This botanical marvel 15 minutes south of Big Canoe claims the country’s largest Japanese garden, filled with flowering cherry trees and weeping willows. Between babbling brooks, idyllic footbridges, and pink and purple crape myrtle suspended over the landscape, the garden is different at every visit. Millions of white, yellow, orange, and cream-colored daffodils bloom in spring; daylilies and roses take center stage in the summer, and more than 200 varieties of Japanese maple show off their vivid colors in the fall. Note that it’s closed in winter.

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

There’s something timeless about watching the falling leaves in autumn from aboard an antique railcar. The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway offers a four-hour round-trip train ride through North Georgia and its charming mountain towns. The train departs from a historic 1905 train depot in downtown Blue Ridge (about a 45-minute drive from Big Canoe), whose restaurants, shops, and breweries are worth exploring on their own.

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