4th of July Celebration at Iron Mountain Resort

Join us for a parade, festival, food trucks and local artists, live music, and FIREWORKS!

Discover a serene backdrop in Dawson County

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Dawsonville sits in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains, edging Lake Lanier and accessing the Appalachian Trail at the Springer Mountain trailhead.

A serene backdrop with tumbling waterfalls and peaceful ambiance, this “Hospitality Highway” community has long been a meeting place and activity center for groups as far back as the Cherokee Indians – and remains so today. Lodging options include restorative, retreat-like accommodations equipped for executive retreats, conferences and team building activities. Wedding, reunion, and faith-based groups, from small group sizes to up to 200, will be well accommodated in this mountain setting that also offers in-town, limited-service and brand name chain hotels.

Dawsonville Group Contact

Dustin Heard
Dawson County Office of Tourism Development
d.heard@dawson.org
877-302-9271
www.destinationdawsonville.org

Choosing Your Path

Trust your Instincts

Dawsonville is a mountain community steeped in Appalachian lore and blessed with the stunning natural beauty of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Lake Lanier, Amicalola Falls, Dawson Forest, the Etowah and Amicalola Rivers, and the Appalachian Trail.

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bottles of shine

Moonshine Capital

Taste The Spirit of the South

"The home of Bill Elliott Spirits"...You can’t talk racing in Dawsonville without also talking moonshine. Where else would you find a legal distillery under the same roof as City Hall and the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame? Only in Dawsonville! Tour the Dawsonville Moonshine Distillery to see how this “white lightning” is made, and if you’re of legal age, have a taste of this premium craft spirit.

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Dawson County

History

Once the home of the Cherokee and Lower Creek Indian tribes, Dawson County shares a common yet rich background with most of North Georgia.

Trailhead of the Appalachian Trail

Outdoors

If there is one place where Mother Nature is alive and kicking, it is Dawsonville-Dawson County.