You know how we feel about Blue Ridge…and how riding the Christmas train there is a MUST. But what else can you do there during the holiday?
The truth is, there is plenty to do…but this year a new set of holiday excitement has been introduced and it sounds so amazing that we had to share it.
Copper Basin in actually an area of Tennessee right on the GA border…but it’s so close to Blue Ridge that they’ve adopted the town. Seriously…it’s just over the blue line…you know the one I’m talking about in McCaysville, right?
OK – let’s get to the details about ‘An Olde Town Christmas’ which includes 1.8 miles of walkable festive family holiday fun beginning Nov 27, 2020! Step back in time for a Dickens-like holiday shopping and dining destination the whole family will enjoy!
Copper Friday (11/27): Their version of ‘Black Friday’ followed by a dual Tree Lighting at dusk in Copperhill, TN and McCaysville, GA
Santa’s LIVE Reindeer Farm (11/28 & 12/5): Epic family photo op in Santa’s sleigh
Kiwanis Christmas Parade (Sat. 12/5 at 2 pm)
Letters to Santa (Everyday): Mail Letters to Santa between ‘Mountain Attitude Designs’ and ‘Treasure Chest’ on Ocoee Street in Copperhill, TN
Santa’s Workshop at ‘Christmas is Here’ in the Riverwalk Shops in McCaysville, GA
Children’s Story Train (Fri, Sat, Sun): Hop on the local Copper Express and listen to a live reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
Historical Photo Station (Everyday): Dress the whole family up in period costumes for a Dickens-era Holiday photo at ‘Pic & Vine’ on S. Grande Ave in Copperhill, TN
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