Saturday, September 10, 2016 is going to be an extraordinary moment in time for North Georgia, thanks to the many exciting and joyous events available to us all, including the annual Mountain Music Festival at Vogel State Park, in the shadow of the Appalachian Trail at Blood Mountain.
Vogel has been a happy place for generations of folks who choose to vacation in the mountains instead basking and roasting at the beach. The walk around Trahlyta Lake is beautiful in any season but it's perfect when you're serenaded by bluegrass and gospel music played by skilled musicians on the second Saturday of September.
Beautiful artists will be there to provide memorable treasures in exchange for mere money. Snag a burger or hot dog and a cool drink and dine lakeside on a park bench, romantic swing or sturdy picnic table. Bring a tent or camper and stay for the weekend, if it's not sold out.
The Mountain Music Festival at Vogel State Park kicks off at 10 AM and goes all day. The only cost is $5 to park your car nearby, plus making mama happy with a handmade trinket or three.
Buy yourself a million dollar's worth of delightful music in a heavenly setting at the 2016 Mountain Music Festival for five bucks at Vogel State Park on September 10th.
Vogel State Park
405 Vogel State Park Road
Blairsville, GA United States 30512
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Vogel State Park in the beautiful foothills of North Georgia is everything a park should be. Camp in a tent or a cabin, hike or read. But visit Vogel soon.
I know. You're busy this weekend, right? You deserve to be at Vogel State Park's Mountain Music Festival (9-12-15). Just do what it takes to be there.
Georgia's Vogel State Park has a perfect mountain lake, the Appalachian Trail on Blood Mountain nearby, lakeside cabins, tent and RV camping and relaxation.
Vogel State Park is a happy place in the mountains of North Georgia in the shadow of Blood Mountain and the Appalachian Trail with cabins and a lake.
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Published Feb 11, 2014.
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