Clarkesville is a great starting point to explore the rest of beautiful Northeast Georgia. The city is bursting with history, culture, and an impressive variety of nature.
Begin your visit at City of Clarkesville Visitors Center, located in the Historic Mauldin House, where the welcoming staff provide advice and a route for exploring downtown and its past, including sites such as the Grace-Calvary Episcopal Church and the De Soto Monument. Aside from history, there are also plenty of fun shops, cafes, and restaurants all within walking distance.
Out of town, check out Moccasin Creek State Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains and on the shores of Lake Burton with activities such as fishing, hiking, and boating. On the Soque River try your hand at fly fishing, as there's plenty of trout in the waters.
Alternatively, drive along scenic highway route 197 to go from Clarksville to Lake Burton -- a road trip with pretty scenery.
Clarkesville can be visited at any time of year but is best in spring when the flowers bloom or in fall for the changing colors.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Clarkesville. The hottest month in Clarkesville is June, when temperatures peak at 98 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 19 ˚F. The wettest month in Clarkesville is November with 8.01 inches of rain, while the driest month is June with 1.36 inches of rain.
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