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Clarkesville, Georgia

Clarkesville, Georgia

Clarkesville was incorporated as a village and made the Habersham County seat November 26, 1823. The city was named in honor of General John C. Clark, the son of the revolutionary hero and governor of Georgia, Elijah Clarke.

One of the State parks, Moccasin Creek Park, is located in Clarkesville. Moccasin Creek is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and provides camping, boating, fishing and hiking to visitors.

Landmarks in the Clarkesville include Grace-Calvary Episcopal Church and the De Soto monument across from the Courthouse. This monument describes how De Soto passed through Habersham County on his travels.

Clarkesville, GA - MapsNorth Georgia Technical Institute has a campus in Clarkesville. The campus is a member of the Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education.

Attractions and Entertainment
LaPrade’s Marina on Lake Burton – LaPrade’s Marina is a full service marina located on LakeBurton in Rabun County, GA.LakeBurton is located less than two hours northeast of Atlanta. LakeBurton is the largest mountain lake in the area, spanning 2,775 acres with a total of 62 miles of shoreline.
Moccasin Creek State Park – Moccasin Creek is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the shores of delightful 2,800-acre Lake Burton. Mountain trails, fishing piers and RV campsites make this an enjoyable location for your family.
Waterfall in Northeast Georgia – Panther Creek Falls is located near Clarkesville, which is also in Habersham County, GA.

Lodging – Clarkesville, Georgia – Hotels & Motels
Hotels, Motels in Clarkesville, Georgia
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Community and News
Churches in Clarkesville

Government and Services
The City of Clarkesville – Official Web Site for the city of Clarkesville, Georgia.

Health Services

Industry and Professional
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United Community Bank – The United Community Bank is a local Northeast Georgia Bank located in the North Georgia city of Clarkesville, Georgia.

Real Estate Agents and Real Estate Companies
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Restaurants and Dining

Retail and Shopping
Burton Gallery & Emporium – Burton Gallery Emporium offers an eclectic collection that ranges from fine art to folk art, intermingled with high quality handcrafted items: paintings, prints, folk art, wood carvings, Amish-made furniture, hand carved walking sticks, folk and utilitarian pottery, hand painted furniture, turned wooden bowls, wind chimes, handmade jewelry, and baskets. Burton Gallery displays the work of over 350 artists, 90% of whom are from this area.
Cottage Garden Furniture – At Cottage Garden Furniture you’ll find antiques, gifts, hand-painted furniture, pottery, local art, wicker, casual, and rustic furniture, yard art, plants, herbs, unusual perennials, topiaries, delightful garden sculptures, birdhouses, birdbaths, garden decor, and the latest in “shabby chic.”
Hickory Flat Pottery – Cindy Angliss has been a potter for about 30 years. This is a working studio in an old house which is 112 years old. The house where Hickory Flat Pottery is located has a history and personality all its own.
Mark of the Potter – Mark of the Potter has been a working pottery for over 30 years and is the oldest craft business in Georgia! Mark of the Potter specializes in handmade pottery created by their four potters. Also represented is over 25 potters from the Northeast Georgia region. This craft shop also carries locally made crafts, jams and jellies, as well as local books.
Mountain Honey – Mountain Honey’s Wildflower Honey is composed of all the spring flowers that bloom in our area. Tulip Poplar, clover, dandelions, maple, blueberry, black locus, basswood, blackberry and wild cherry. It takes 2 million flowers to make just one pound of honey. This years Wildflower Honey has a wonderful floral bouquet and is extra light in color and flavor.
Old Clarkesville Mill – Old Clarkesville Mill Art & Antique Mall covers over 25,000 square feet of space. It is home to over 100 vendors including The Art-Full Barn, Discount Books and Backyard Birding. At the Old Clarkesville Mill you will find Fine Art, Pottery, Handmade Crafts, Primitive & Antique Furniture, Collectibles, Glassware, Fine Linen.