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Fun Enota Activities
Goats, Ducks, Chickens, Pigs,
Turkey, Peacocks, Ram, Mini Horses & Bunnies Feeding
April, May, August, September Weekends | June, July, October Daily
4:00 p.m. at farm
- No charge
Feed available for purchase at the Lodge
April, May, August, September
Weekends | June, July, October Daily
4:00 p.m. at farm
- No charge
June through October
Saturdays 5:30 pm - FREE
Meet at the Farm & pick ups all around the park
June, July, October
Saturdays May 23 - October 25 8:00 p.m.
Meet at the Big Circle in the family tenting area
Produce only when in Season
PLEASE CALL 706-896-9966
FIRST TO CHECK ON AVAILABILITY
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outdoor activities include a playing in the streams, three in-ground
trampolines, horseshoes, volleyball, playground complete with
sandbox, multiple large bon fire areas and our fully stocked fishing
pond allows you to catch fresh trout ideal for a campfire dinner.
available is an outdoor covered kitchen with charcoal grills,
electricity and water. Our decking system with multiple
picnic tables with umbrellas is ideal for groups desiring outdoor
picnics and barbecues.
For those rainy
have hundreds of movie rentals and a TV room with over 300 satellite channels.
are 4 waterfalls which are accessible from the observation
deck or by a short hike. Speaking of hiking, there are miles of
trails, including a 1.5 mile path connecting to the Appalachian
Trail. For quiet time, there are many secluded spots on the property
where you can just relax and listen to the sounds of nature.
FARM TOUR & ANIMAL FEEDING
also operates as a certified organic farm and has many family friendly
animals (chickens, bunnies, goats, cows, mini horses, and more) on our farm. Adults and children are welcome to
help with our daily feedings. The duck pond in front of
the lodge is extremely popular and everyone has fun feeding the
Help feed the animals - fun for
the kids! Meet at the farm at 4:00 p.m. - April, May,
August, September Weekends | June, July, October Daily
& SUSTAINABILITY EDUCATION
As part of Enota charter, we are also an educational and charitable
facility and offer classes to groups. Adults and children can visit our organic
garden, hydroelectric power plant, Cherokee ceremonial area and animal sanctuary to learn more about the heritage of this land and sustainability.
Enota's stocked trout pond is a great
place for the kids to catch a fish or to catch dinner. We can supply
you with the poles and no license is required. This is a catch and
keep pond only with everything you catch - the greater of $7.00 per pound or
per fish . Stocked
with about 500 trout averaging 1.25 pounds.
Another way to fish is in the National
Forest adjoining Enota's property. The state stocks the creek running
along Road 180 and a Georgia license is required.
All activities are available to
registered overnight guests. For those families and individuals not
staying with us, day passes are available. Day passes are priced at
the lesser $10 per adult and $5 per child under the age of 12 or $20 per car
for up to four people ($10 per adult and $5 per child over four
people). Day passes allow the use of the property for the day to
include hiking trails, visiting the waterfalls, playground area with
trampolines, picnic area and outdoor kitchen, trout fishing, daily farm
tours and animal feedings, scheduled meals (extra cost), and any other
events we may have for the day.
As a non-profit conservation and
educational facility, Enota also hosts school field trips. With at
least 25 students, pricing is $10 per student or adult. Meals can also be reserved
at $10 per person. All Enota activities are available to students and
as part of the field trip program, Enota educators will provide an in-depth,
hands-on and fun educational experience at the organic farm and
garden. Click on the videos below to see some clips from recent school
Lakeview Academy 2nd
Grade Field Trip
Waldorf School 3rd Grade
Five Day Field Trip Retreat
Mountain Retreat 1000
Hiawassee, GA 30546
Your contributions help Enota protect over 60 acres held in Trust for conservation.
Enota is a service-based, charitable, educational, non-profit 501(c)3,
volunteer organization. It is Enota’s mission to conserve this sacred land for
generations to come.