There are many places to see when staying at Bear Creek Lodge and Cabins in Helen Ga while visiting Alpine Helen and White County, Georgia. Octoberfest at the Festhalle, Babyland General Hospital (Home of the Original Cabbage Patch Doll), Panning for Gold, Unicoi State Park, The Sautee Nacoochee Center and The Northeast Georgia Folk Pottery Museum are just a few of the many attractions the are has to offer.
Natural splendor surrounds Alpine Helen on all sides, and many find its beckoning irresistible. Explore our forest on foot, bicycle, or horseback. Spend a lazy day tubing down the Chattahoochee River, hop in a kayak or canoe for a little more excitement, or relax with a rod and reel in hand. See it all from above via zipline or hot air balloon. Or if you like the outdoors a little closer to civilization, hit the links for a round of golf. It’s equal parts tranquility and adventure.
Alpine Helen’s attractions are as varied as the people who visit us. Outdoor adventurers flock to the hills and waters that surround us. Oenophiles come to tour the local vineyards, and sample the unique wines they produce. Our special blend of cultures, traditions, history, and arts attracts many more. Introduce the whole family to new kinds of fun that you experience together.
Don’t forget our wonderful seasonal attractions like Oktoberfest.
Arts & Culture
Alpine Helen’s tradition of arts goes back centuries—from our Native Americans and early European settlers, to fine artists and musicians of today. Nearby Sautee Nacoochee is a must-see and do for all lovers of performing and visual arts. Of special note are our craftsmen—potters and glassblowers, dedicated to preserving the old ways and traditional craftsmanship of their arts.