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Exploring Big Canoe with Atlanta Trails Online

As we excitedly announced in July, we have teamed up with the Atlanta Trails crew to create a brand new digital experience for our website. These new interactive pages, map, photograph and detail every mile …


Canoe Life: If You Love Bears, Please Don't Feed Them

Big Canoe boasts a thriving black bear population. These lovable furry creatures roam our mountains and ravines, thrilling residents and visitors alike as they lumber throughout the community. There is nothing like seeing a bear …


Atlanta Trails Website Addition

Big Canoe’s 20+ mile award-winning trail system, continues to be the most popular amenity year after year. We currently have great trail information kiosks that the POA provides around the Community, and offer trail/hiking maps …


A Big Canoe Experience

Guest Blogger: Matthew Boucher

I first heard about Big Canoe through a social media photo contest co-sponsored by Big Canoe and Atlanta Trails. Atlanta Trails is an online magazine that inspires outdoor adventure; I often consult …


From the moment we drove through the gates at Big Canoe

Guest Blogger: Adam Noll, That Outdoor Guy

“From the moment we drove through the gates at Big Canoe…” I feel certain is what the great majority of people share when recounting their first visit. Add me …


Birds of a Feather

Avid bird watcher or not, Big Canoe’s 8,000 acres are home to some of Georgia’s most beautiful birds. Looking for an activity during a walk through the mountain trails and wildflower meadows? Keep count of …


Full Bloom at Gibbs Gardens

Wake up and smell the daffodils. It’s March and that means daffodils…and lots of them! Load the kids up, pack the car, and be ready to have the ultimate “wow” moment when you experience the …


Indoor Herb Gardening

Just because we are in the middle of the winter season, that doesn’t mean you can’t have an assortment of fresh herbs in the house. This is the perfect time of year to grow indoor …


New Year New You

Before we ring in the New Year, it’s time to make that list again. You know the list I’m talking about. The one that we create with good intentions, but seem to forget all about …


It's The Most Wonderful Time of Year

Although the spring, summer and fall always seem to be a great time to visit Big Canoe, my husband and I first fell in love with the community when we rented a home in December …