Located in Union County, and nestled in the Northeast Georgia Mountains. Suches Georgia is surrounded by thousands of acres of the beautiful Chattahoochee National Forest. The land, climate and the way of life in this quaint farming community are as good as you will find anywhere! Suches boasts the smallest and one of the best schools in the State of Georgia! Travel into this area is accomplished only by lovely mountainous roads that lead to Georgia's cleanest, quietest, most pristine mountain retreats in the Southeastern United States. Crystal clear mountain streams flow abundantly throughout the Suches area and are full of many different kinds of mountain trout. Camping, picnicking, canoeing, hiking, fishing, hunting and horse back riding are offered throughout the National Forest. Specifically included are Lake Winfield Scott, Cooper Creek Wildlife Management Area, Rock Creek, Deep Hole Recreational Areas and the Appalachian Trail. Suches is located on Georgia Highway 60, between Dahlonega and Blue Ridge Georgia. Mountain Property is located on Highway 60 next to the Post Office.
Office Hours: Monday ~ Saturday 9am to 5pm ~ Sunday by appointment