#1 – Cooling to Go

Be the “King of the Campsite” with your RovR cooler! The bear-resistant, rotationally molded body and airtight gasket provide 7-10 days of ice retention, and six anchor points allow you to attach accessories — everything from drink holders to a prep station.


Blue Ridge Adventure Gear

342 East Main Street, Blue Ridge, GA 30513
Artist painting onsite at Turning Leaf Gallery in Blue Ridge, GA

#2 – Fine Art on Display

Located in the heart of downtown, Turning Leaf proudly features the works of more than 55+ American artists — everything from functional and artistic pottery to woodwork, gourd art and original paintings. Most are truly one-of-a-kind pieces signed by the artist.


Turning Leaf Fine Art Gallery

651 East Main Street, Blue Ridge, GA 30513

#3 – Taste of Appalachia

With peppermint, spearmint, and dried local strawberry and apple bits, this delightful tea blend will take you back to childhood summer sunsets and catching fireflies in the Southern Appalachians. It’s excellent hot or iced, and lends a sweet taste to a warm summer day.


Folk Apothics @ Deep Roots Orchard

2984 Mobile Road, McCaysville, GA 30555
Herbal teas at Folk Apothic in McCaysville, GA
New items at Canoe in Blue Ridge, GA

#4 – New In Store

Owner Lynn Kemp has switched things up at Canoe, with new vibes for house and home! In addition to her jewelry, you can now find coffee table books, soaps, bags, bar wear, garden stuff and more. Plus, Lynn’s creativity shines in her own acrylic and mixed media paintings in floating frames made of raw poplar.



624 East Main Street, Blue Ridge, GA 30513

#5 – Rock-n-Roller

North Georgia’s newest record store opens March 26th in the Riverwalk Shops in McCaysville. Get your groove on with hundreds of new and used vinyl records, band tees, turntables, music memorabilia, books, journals and more. It’s the shop for those who love to rock!


Deaf Man Vinyl

100 Blue Ridge Drive #109, McCaysville, GA 30555
Nirvana band t-shirt at Deaf Man Vinyl in McCaysville, GA