Close Proximity To The Best In Southern Hospitality

Imagine the perfect mountain community within an hour drive of every kind of outdoor pursuit you can think of. Then, imagine the perfect lake community where cool breezes blow and the water calls to relax. At Currahee Club, you’ll find the perfect combination of a mountain and lake community, and a base camp for exploration. By boat from our shores, you can ride to the entrance into the Clemson Tigers Stadium, or just cruise along 962 miles of lake shorelines on the 52,000-acre man-made lake.

The beautiful North Georgia mountains beckon you to explore. Quaint southern towns, rich history and an outdoor playground all its own – there are no shortage of activities and adventures awaiting you right outside your doorstep.

“We enjoy the quiet solitude of mountain living, paired with unlimited culture and sporting venues within a short distance. We are Patrons of the Peace Centre in Greenville, SC, which is only a 45-minute drive away. And Currahee members, as well as the Toccoa community, are warm, friendly and welcoming.”
Rick and Letha Phillips

Toccoa, Georgia

Named an All-American City by National Municipal League, Toccoa is rich in artistic, creative and cultural activities and ideal for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. On Main Street, visit the Currahee’s Band of Brothers museum or stroll through boutique shops, local art galleries and buildings of a by-gone ere. Take in one of the many festivals with speciality foods, live music, and local craft beer and wine tastings. Neighborhood coffee shops offer hybrid car charging stations and the Amtrak passenger train stops twice a day to pick up travelers en route to Washington, D.C. and New York. Cap off your visit with a concert or play at the newly refurbished, historic Ritz Theatre downtown. (Photo Credit: Toccoa Main Street Program, Google, Cavonna Holcomb).

Clarkesville, Georgia

Bustling with antiques, art and collectible shops, and eclectic restaurants for all tastes, downtown Clarkesville is the perfect Southern town for a lazy Saturday afternoon. Visit landmarks including Grace-Calvary Episcopal Church and the DeSoto monument, which describes how De Soto passed through Habersham County on his travels. Wonderful hiking trails are just minutes away that run along beautiful rivers and waterfalls.

Hartwell, Georgia

Browse through quaint antique stores and gift shops offering original arts and crafts. Sip coffee in a local café or soak in the artwork at the downtown art gallery with rotating exhibitions. Visit the community theatre that features bluegrass performances and a live radio broadcast every Saturday evening.

Athens, Georgia

Located less than an hour from Currahee Club, Athens is home to the University of Georgia and Georgia Bulldogs. Named #1 College Music Scene in America by Rolling Stone, Athens is a harmony of old and new with wedding-perfect Antebellum architecture, contemporary art galleries, thriving nightlife and one of the South’s most progressive culinary scenes. Not to mention one of the most exciting towns in the country for collegiate sports. (Photo Credit: Saturday Down South.)

Clayton, Georgia

A quaint mountain community, Clayton’s picturesque downtown features the Persimmon on the Square wine tasting room, a soda fountain at the Clayton Pharmacy and Main Street Gallery. Just outside Clayton, those with more adventurous spirits can enjoy whitewater rafting on the wild and scenic Chattooga River. (Photo Credit: Universal Joint Clayton, Facebook, Steve Heimberger).

Clemson, South Carolina

Accessible by car or boat, the city of Clemson is a university town with a strong sense of community and high quality of life for its residents. Don’t miss a Saturday in the fall at Death Valley where the Clemson Tigers and 80,000 fans are Tiger strong. It is a college football scene like no other. If you find yourself in Tiger Town, be sure to grab the world-famous burger and fries at the Esso Club. (Photo Credit:, Dawson Powers.)