LAST MINUTE OPENING FOR January 28th-Feb 1st Starting at $99 Per Night plus cleaning fee. I will decrease the cleaning fee to $95 if a couple books utilizing one bedroom. One night minimum! Will any of theses dates fit your schedule? COMANCHE LODGE is over 3000 square feet privately situated on 2.35 acres with amazing Mountain/Lake Views that sleeps up to sixteen guests comfortably! The first 4 guests are included in the nightly price and Addtl guests over 4 are charged $10 per night per person. I have made a few exceptions for family dogs with a $75 fee per dog max two. They are not allowed on furniture or bedding! Our Lodge has four private bedrooms (1st Private Bedrm Main floor King bed) ( 2nd Bedrm Upper Floor with Queen Bed plus a sleeping loft w full size futon) (3rd Private Bedrm Basement has Three beds Queen plus Bunkbed Full and Twin sleeps 5) (4th Private Bedrm in Basement has Queen bed) plus the huge living room w 46 inch TV has two twin beds with two full size couches and 4 huge leather chairs. Each of the three levels has a full-size bathroom. That’s 3 bathrooms total. AWESOME Surround Sound Stereo nine speaker sound system that can be controlled from each of the rooms, a Stone Rock Fire Pit/Patio to roast marshmellows and outside deck seating/tables for fifteen to enjoy meals. Internet WIFI. Hard wood floors and Indian/Bear decor, 3 TVs with cable in basement 53 inch screen TV, 31 inch TV in Master Bedroomm and 31 inch in upstairs loft, Graco baby swing, Graco High Chair and Graco Pak-N-Play w/ Infant Crib,large out-side wooden playfort with climbing fort, swings covered picnic table etc., large ping-pong table in loft, Large 8 Foot Pool Table, large foozball table, and stain-less steel appliances through-out the kitchen.
Walk through the front door with a Black Carved Bear to greet you and your family along with vaulted one foot pine logs. Enter into the spacious kitchen that offers a fully-equipped stain-less steel appliances kitchen with serving bar. Walk out the two-wide french doors that lead you to a incredible spacious covered deck that frame a breathtaking view of the long range mountains and Lake Blue Ridge feeling the mountain breezes from the expansive Mountain/Lake View with friends and family! This deck 4 tables that will seat 13 for dinner outside plus 5 additional chairs with end tables, gas grille and have your kids bring a small bug cage from Wal-Mart to collect moths, butter-flies, grand daddy long legs and centipedes.
Re-entering the home gaze around the large gathering room with Tennessee Fieldstone dry stacked fireplace that sits a Carved Indian greeting you, cozy seating and a master suite (1st BR with Bamboo Blinds) that has a real king log bed (excellent padded mattress), large bath-room as well as a huge closet and two french doors that take you to the covered porch with dinner tables and seating.
As you walk up the real pine log stairs you will enter into a lounge area (leather chairs and bar stools and a loft area with large ping-pong table, ADULT SIZE FoozBall table, sound system and a prowl (large glass wall) that provides the most amazing breathtaking mountain and lake view along with a full spring fed Futon! Than you may enter into another large bedroom (2nd BR) suite (with bamboo blinds) that has a queen log bed (Indian decor) with a master bathroom and spacious closets.
Last but least the basement with a view (8 windows with bamboo blinds) has the third bedroom with a real log full size bunk bed and a twin on top PLUS a Queen Log bed Bear/Canoes decor that will sleep 5 guests and a large closet and a fourth room that has a Pull out sleeper sofa and a cream leather couch, two black Leather recliners, a trundle bed (2 twin beds) plus a queen bed with a 46 inch Flat screen TV with DVD player. Both of these private basement bedrooms share one full bathroom with a private covered patio that has a hottub.
This is the perfect place for two-families to share with much privacy and spacious room to breathe. You can relax while taking taking in incredible views, take long walks, visit museums, take the kids swimming in the beautiful Lake Blue Ridge, go picnicking, site-seeing, rent pon-toon boats from the marina or go tubing down the river just minutes from your Commanche Lodge!
Remember: Enjoying a awesome view is time well spent!
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Some cool things to do in Blue Ridge ---
8 Picnic at Horseshoe Bend Park on the River McCaysville on Hwy 60. Pretty park located in the bend of the Toccoa River on River Road. Fishing, playground, covered picnic tables, restrooms. Pickin' in the Park on Thursday evenings, May through September.
9 Go Whitewater Rafting Ages 12 and older. Raft the wild Ocoee River just 30 minutes from Blue Ridge. Class 3 and 4 rapids and non-stop action.
10 The Lilly Pad Village Located 7.5 miles from Blue Ridge on Aska Road. Gem Mining, fishing (poles and bait provided) and a round of mini golf in the woods! Lots of family fun to be had here.
11 Rent a Pontoon or a Jet Ski Rent a pontoon or a jet ski at the Lake Blue Ridge Marina and spend the day on beautiful Lake Blue Ridge.
12 Swim at Morganton Point Recreation Area Recreation area on Lake Blue Ridge with fishing, swimming, picnicking, boating and camping. Pebble beach – wear water shoes. Paved boat ramp. Take Hwy. 515 south from Blue Ridge to Hwy. 60/Morganton. In Morganton, turn right on Lake Drive, go one mile.
13 Tube or Kayak the Toccoa River Fun for all ages. Toccoa Valley Campground on Aska Road; Rolling Thunder River Company, Toccoa River Adventures and Blue Ridge Mountain Kayaking in McCaysville.
14 Go Horseback Riding Lots of choices of riding stables in Blue Ridge and McCaysville. Riding for all ages, plus hayrides and overnight trips. Ask the Welcome Center for a list of riding stables.
15 Catch a Fish. Fish for trout at Tammen Park or Horseshoe Bend on the Toccoa River or bass or brim in Lake Blue Ridge at Morganton Point. Many more places to fish – ask us at the Welcome Center.
16 Visit the Chattahoochee Fish Hatchery Visitor center and exhibits on raising trout, as well as a large insect display. Fish Rock Creek while you’re there. Open all year, Monday – Friday. Off Highway 60 between Morganton and Dahlonega.
17 Explore The Ocoee Whitewater Center Site of the 1996 Kayak competition in the Olympics. Hiking trails, swimming holes, nature exhibits, legacy bridge. Highway 64 between Ducktown TN and Cleveland TN.
18 Go to a Drive-In Movie Enjoy a drive-in movie at the Swan Drive-in, one of Georgia’s four remaining drive in theater
19 Go Hiking Hike the Aska Trails on Aska Road or visit the swinging bridge over the Toccoa River on Hwy 60 south of Morganton. Take a guided hike by Blue Ridge Mountain Outfitters, Benton MacKaye Trail Assn. or The Lilly Pad, or ask us for directions at the Welcome Center.
20 See a Local Waterfall Hike to one of four local waterfalls. Pick up directions at the Welcome Center.
21 Visit the Burra Burra Mine See a real copper mine at the Ducktown Museum off Highway 64 in Ducktown TN.
22 Go Ziplining! Have a blast at Firewire Zip Lines and the Blue Ridge Canopy Tour, 1408 Appalachian Highway in Blue Ridge. Also Zipline Canopy Tours of Blue Ridge. Or try out the canopy tour at Wildwater Rafting on the Ocoee.
23 Take a Family Bike Ride Rent some bikes at Cycle South in downtown Blue Ridge and take a ride around town. Best place for family bikeriding nearby is the Ocoee Whitewater Center.
24 Play a round of mini golf Play a round of putt putt golf at Cohutta Cove Mini Golf at Cohutta Country Store, Highway 515.
More Fun Nearby
25 Brasstown Bald, near Blairsville Chattahoochee Ranger District and Georgia’s highest mountain. Spectacular views and visitor center with video presentations, exhibits and interpretive programs.
26 Vogel State Park, near Blairsville Hwy. 19/129. Hiking, fishing and swimming, pedal boats, miniature golf and general store. One of Georgia’s oldest and most popular state parks.
27 Southern Tree Plantation, near Blairsville Pumpkins, hayrides, petting zoo in the fall. Country dinners and entertainment. Cut your own Christmas tree for the holidays. 2531 Owltown Road, Blairsville
28 Misty Mountain Model Railroad, near Blairsville Tour the biggest model railroad in the mountains. Tours every Saturday at 2 p.m. 4381 Town Creek School Road, Blairsville
29 Fun World, Hiawassee, GA Indoor family entertainment, including video games, rock climbing, roller skating, go carts and more. Open 7 days a week. On Hwy 76 in Hiawassee
30 Amicalola Falls, Hwy. 52 near Ellijay Georgia’s highest waterfall and tallest in the southeast. Hike or drive to the falls. Fishing, hiking, picnicking. Between Ellijay and Dahlonega off of Highway 52.