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Habersham County

Habersham County, Georgia is located in the northeastern corner of the state, near both the North Carolina and South Carolina borders. It is home to more than 45,000 residents who enjoy its friendly Southern atmosphere, majestic mountain views, and abundance of outdoor recreational activities including hiking, camping, and fishing. The county seat is the charming city of Clarkesville which offers residents a variety of local restaurants, museums, galleries and boutiques. These amenities combined

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Lake Russell State Wildlife Management Area

Lake Russell State Wildlife Management Area is a typical example of the Blue Ridge Mountain terrain and stretches across four counties that come together along the banks of Lake Richard B. Russell. The wildlife management area boasts miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking as well as gorgeous views of rolling hills and heavily forested terrain. There are also plenty of opportunities to fish at the lake or take in some bird watching on one of the observation decks.

Panther Creek Recreation Area

Panther Creek Recreation Area is a great spot for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy. It consists of 10 acres which provide many opportunities for outdoor activities, including a fishing pier, hiking trails, kayaking, and camping sites. It is also the perfect place to relax, boasting scenic views and plenty of benches strategically placed around the lake. It also offers restrooms and picnic tables – making it an ideal spot for families or groups of friends to spend an afternoon together.

Panther Creek Trail

The Panther Creek Trail is a beautiful 3.2 mile long trail that takes hikers along the banks of a large and winding creek. The single track trail offers plenty of challenges with elevation changes, twists and turns, and obstacles like fallen trees. Birdwatchers are sure to find plenty of interesting species too, as the trail runs through a variety of habitats including wetlands, oak-hickory forests and bottomlands.

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