This Georgia Riverfront Cabin With A Hot Tub Is The Perfect Weekend Retreat

It doesn't get more relaxing than this. 😌

Waterfront Cabin Rental In Georgia Has Stunning Views And Hot Tub Deck For 14 Guests

Taking a little vacation with your group of friends is a great way to bond, experience new places together, or even just sit back and relax for a weekend.

There are so many waterfront cabins in Georgia that you can choose from, but this one is sure to not disappoint. Fall is right around the corner, so it's time to get planning your getaway!

Trickey Trout River Lodge in Ellijay, Georgia is the perfect getaway spot. It's 3,600-square-feet and can sleep up to 14 guests.

This listing features three king-size beds, 2 full-sized futons, a queen and a double bunk bedroom, a media room. There is also a pool and shuffleboard table to accommodate all your friends and give you something fun to do if it happens to rain outdoors.

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With five bedrooms and three bathrooms in all, there'll be plenty of space for everyone in your crew to fit comfortably.

There's a two-night minimum for this venue, so you'll be in paradise and away from reality for at least a couple of days. Starting at $395 per night for 14 people, it would cost each person about $30 per night to stay here.


This cabin is situated where you'll have over 750 feet of water frontage. The Mountaintown Creek is a stocked trout river that's a beautiful sight and sound to wake up to. You can even cast a line if you're the fishing type.

A huge fire pit that's down near the river gives you all the waterfront views, where you can sit around and roast marshmallows at for the perfect fall night.


The star of the show here might just be the in-deck hot tub that has a fantastic hillside view of the river and lushforest foliage.

There's also a few hammocks and rocking chairs on each of the decks, so there's a number of places for everyone to kick back, relax, and hang out at. 


The entire interior of the house is just to die for, with spa-like bathrooms and a cozy cabin meets modern feel that looks like something you'd see in an HGTV show.

There are only a few dates left for this year, so if you're looking to get away you'll want to book as soon as you can or plan your escape in advance for 2021.

Trickey Trout River Lodge

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Address or Neighborhood: Ellijay, GA

Why You Need To Go: This massive private cabin sits on a river away from the world. Up to 14 guests can stay here and enjoy the three-story deck and in-deck hot tub.

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.


Ontario’s Interprovincial Border Restrictions Are Over & Here’s What That Means

You can drive in and out of Quebec and Manitoba to your heart's content.

At 12:01 a.m. on June 16, Ontario's border restrictions between Manitoba and Quebec were officially lifted.

This means that anyone driving in and out of Ontario will no longer have to go through checkpoints at the border that were monitored by local enforcement.

Prior to today, interprovincial land and water travel was limited to essential reasons only, such as work, medical purposes, moving to a different province, attending school, or any other reason outlined in the provincial order.

However, there were some exemptions to the border restrictions. For example, travelling between the provinces by bus, train, ferry, or flight, was permitted. The border checkpoints caused significant traffic delays at the Ottawa-Gatineau crossing when the order came into effect in April.

Ottawa's mayor Jim Watson was happy to see the restrictions end. "I am happy to learn that travel restrictions will be lifted between Ontario and Québec this Wednesday," he tweeted on Monday. "After months of wasted police resources to control travel around the NCR, our two highly integrated economic regions will greatly benefit from this decision."

If COVID-19 has reinforced anything, it's the importance of supporting your community and local businesses.

The pandemic has had a devastating impact on the Canadian economy. And while the long-term effects of the pandemic are still unknown, there's no doubt that local businesses have suffered immensely and are still struggling to survive.

Toronto's small and locally owned businesses are woven into the fabric of the city. They're what make its neighbourhoods vibrant. But with a year full of unexpected challenges, finding creative ways to stay afloat has been tough.

If you want to help your city but don't know how or are short on cash, there's a new opportunity to support small businesses in Toronto — and it doesn't cost much.

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Shop Local, Shop Proud

As part of a community initiative to help local businesses and to raise spirits, financial institution Desjardins has teamed up with five Toronto artists to design unique tote bags that show their neighbourhoods some love.

The bags are available in a selection of small, local shops in each neighbourhood, and can be purchased using a basic pay-what-you-can model. Business owners also get to keep the profits. So whether you can afford to donate $5 or $50, you can proudly represent your neighbourhood with your very own Toronto tote and show that you support local at the same time.

Check out the list below to see the designs, and find out where to buy your favourite one.


Courtesy of Desjardins

Artist: Heidi Berton

Where You Can Buy It: Province of Canada, Culture Athletics.

Queen Street West

Courtesy of Desjardins

Artist: Sarah Skrlj

Where You Can Buy It: Sydney's, 18 Waits.

The Beaches

Courtesy of Desjardins

Artist: Andrew Kidder AKA Rcade

Where You Can Buy It: Set Me Free, Posh Boutique, Juice and Java.

The Junction

Courtesy of Desjardins

Artist: NicolĂĄs SĂĄnchez AKA Alfalfa

Where You Can Buy It: Pretty Clean Shop, Outpost Coffee, Roux.

Little Italy

Courtesy of Desjardins

Artist: Peru Dyer Jalea

Where You Can Buy It: Neurotica Records, Festival Fine Foods.

Desjardins has been supporting individuals and communities for over 120 years. Its initiative highlights how important it is to support local businesses — especially during these tough times.

The global pandemic has had a major impact on small and local businesses and, now more than ever, they need everyone's help.

To buy your neighbourhood's tote bag, head to any of the above-mentioned shops for curbside pickup or find them online. But don't wait too long to grab one of these original designs for yourself: these limited editions will only be available until stock runs out.

Be sure to check with the shop beforehand about how they're handling the restrictions, and how you can safely pick up your tote.

To learn more about Desjardins' involvement in communities, check out their website or follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube.

A brand new lavender farm is opening near Toronto, and it will have over 25,000 English and French blooms.

Avalon Lavender Farm is located in Mono, and while the actual flowers won't be fully grown until next spring, you can still get a sneak peek at the area by shopping at the Barn Boutique or attending some of the upcoming events.

The farm will be hosting several themed markets, micro retreats, and workshops over the next few months, and you can take part in yoga, flower arrangements, and more.

The Midsummer Night's Dream Market is happening this weekend, and it will include activities like a bonfire, live music, and tons of local vendors all set in the dreamy lavender fields.

The markets are free to visit, and workshops must be booked in advance on the website.

Avalon Lavender Farm

Price: Free admission to markets

When: Check Instagram for upcoming events

Address: 347036 Mono Centre Rd., Mono, ON

Why You Need To Go: This dreamy new lavender farm will officially open its fields next spring, and you can get an early peek at the area by visiting the markets and workshops this season.


Les restrictions sanitaires au Centre Bell ont fait jaser ces derniers jours. Ce 15 juin, Christian Dubé a annoncé sur Twitter que la Santé publique autorisera 3 500 personnes pour les événements à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur, notamment pour les matchs des Canadiens de Montréal.

« Nouveautés dÚs jeudi pour les festivals et les événements : un maximum 3 500 personnes à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur. Un maximum de 14 sections avec limite de 250 personnes » sera possible, a tweeté Christian Dubé.

« La situation épidémiologique le permet. C'est une bonne nouvelle pour le milieu culturel et pour les fans du CH », a-t-il conclu.

Ce dimanche 13 juin, François Legault avait admis en confĂ©rence de presse qu'il Ă©tait en discussion avec la SantĂ© publique pour demander si « on peut augmenter Ă  [plus de ] 2 500 au Centre Bell pour pas ĂȘtre dĂ©savantagĂ© par rapport Ă  Vegas qui a le droit Ă  18 000 ».

Le prochain match du Canadien aura lieu le 18 juin à Montréal au Centre Bell.

C'est un match particuliÚrement attendu pour les fans de soccer, ce 15 juin, alors que la France et l'Allemagne s'affrontaient pour leur premier match de l'Euro 2020. Pour l'occasion les bars de Montréal étaient bondés.

Franç et Montré se sont attablé.es ensemble, à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur, pour regarder jouer les deux derniers détenteurs de la Coupe du Monde.

Xavier Bourassa | Narcity Québec

Quelques jours aprÚs le début du tournoi, c'était donc au tour du Groupe F, qui inclut également le Portugal et la Hongrie, de se lancer ce 15 juin. Cette phase permettra aux deux meilleures équipes d'intégrer les huitiÚmes de finale de l'Euro 2020.

Sur le Plateau-Mont-Royal, les se sont donc attroupés pour assister à l'événement.

Xavier Bourassa | Narcity Québec

« On veut voir les champions du monde dominer l'Allemagne, au coeur du QG français, le Plateau », a indiqué Maxime Brisset, 23 ans, Québécois d'origine française qui écoute le match au bar l'Barouf.

Xavier Bourassa | Narcity Québec

« On a eu de la chance, il [Mats Hummels, défenseur pour l'Allemagne] a mis un but contre son camp. [C'est] la premiÚre compétition que je fais à Montréal, mais l'ambiance est franchement bonne malgré le COVID », a indiqué Océane, 22 ans et étudiante d'origine française.

Xavier Bourassa | Narcity Québec

Pour l'occasion, certains ont mĂȘme sorti le drapeau et le maillot de la France pour se pavaner dans les rues de MontrĂ©al.

Xavier Bourassa | Narcity Québec

« Pour nous c'est comme une finale ce match, il y a eu énormément de confrontations entre les deux équipes, il y a une grosse tension. L'ambiance est trÚs trÚs bien », a confié Maxime Rohr, serveur au bar Monsieur Ricard.

MATCH EURO 2021Xavier Bourassa | Narcity Québec

« C'est génial, quand il y a but ça explose et d'un coup, tout le monde se lÚve et les biÚres volent », a poursuivi le serveur.

MATCH EURO 2021 MONTREALXavier Bourassa | Narcity Québec

La rencontre s'est terminée avec 1-0 pour la France. L'Euro 2020 se poursuit jusqu'au 11 juillet prochain.


DoorDash Has A Sweet BOGO Deal To Celebrate The NBA Playoffs & It’s A Total Slam Dunk

Tasty treats from McDonalds, Dairy Queen, Playa Cabana and more!

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What good is watching sports at home if you have nothing scrumptious to munch on?

Enter DoorDash.

As a partner of the NBA, DoorDash is celebrating the NBA Playoffs with amazing buy one, get one free deals from select restaurants now until June 27.

To get in the spirit of game day, you can order from your favourite restaurant and get two tasty items for the price of one. You have to add the same item twice in your cart for the discount to be applied.

In addition to this limited time offer, new DoorDash users can enjoy a $0 delivery fee for 30 days*.

Planning on ordering in tonight to watch the game? These tasty treats are a total slam dunk.


Price: $5.49

Details: If you and your buddy are craving burgers, you can get two Big Macs for the price of one right now. You can't go wrong with a classic.

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Price: $18.96

Details: If you haven't tried The Chipotle Firecracker Burger yet, it's a sirloin beef burger topped with bacon, crispy Cajun onions, cheddar cheese and Chipotle Honey BBQ sauce. It's bursting with flavour!

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Dairy Queen

Price: $5.32

Details: Need a sweet post-game treat? When you buy any medium blizzard from Dairy Queen, you can get the second one free. Try the popular Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Blizzard or the Choco Brownie Extreme Blizzard.

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Chubby’s Jamaican Kitchen

Price: $12

Details: When it comes to making Jamaican patties, Chubby's is the MVP. The patties come in spicy beef, curry turkey, pepper shrimp or coconut greens.

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The Good Son

Price: $16

Details: What's better than a slice of pizza? A whole entire pie, of course. When you order a Margherita Pizza from The Good Son, a Queen Street West staple, the second one is free.

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Price: $12.99

Details: Our favourite buffet restaurant is on DoorDash and right now you can get two orders of the Crispy Fried Shrimp for the price of one. Feel free to dunk them in the tasty sweet and sour sauce that comes with it.

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Kitchen Hub Food Hall

Price: $5.99 - $8.25

Details: Chips and dip go hand in hand with game day. Lucky for you, you can order Mad Mexican chips and get two dips for the price of one. You can try the Chunky Guacamole (mild or hot), Salsa Pico de Gallo or the Two Way Jalapeno Bean Dip.

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Pizza Pizza

Price: $6.99

Details: If you're ordering a large pizza while you watch the game, you can add some juicy bite-sized chicken to your cart, too. The Popcorn Chicken at Pizza Pizza is a satisfying appetizer.

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Playa Cabana

Price: $13

Details: For shareable plates, you can order the Guacamole from Playa Cabana. For $13, you'll get two orders of tortilla chips and a healthy portion of housemade guacamole topped with serrano peppers. It's the perfect half-time snack.

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* the $0 delivery fee for 30 days offer is unfortunately not available in Quebec.

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Tu as envie de changer d'air? Les eaux turquoise de la baie Georgienne en Ontario sont parfaites pour toi. Avec les frontiÚres qui ouvrent le 16 juin, c'est LE moment pour partir avec tes ou ta douce moitié.

Plusieurs emplacements paradisiaques pour la baignade comme la Grotto, la Halfway Log Dump et le lac Cyprus sont situés dans le parc national de la Péninsule-Bruce.

Tu peux commencer ta journée en te faisant dorer au bord de l'eau, mais tu peux également observer une grotte et faire des expéditions guidées dans les bois. Des terrains de camping sont aussi à ta disposition si tu veux passer la nuit.

Le prix de l'accÚs au parc est de 7 $ par adulte et il faut penser à réserver ta place de stationnement avant de te déplacer.

Si tu veux faire changement de Cuba ou des plages du Québec, eh bien bien prépare tes bagages, car l'eau turquoise et le soleil t'attendent!

Parc national de la PĂ©ninsule-Bruce

Prix : 7 $ par adulte

Adresse : 120, rue Chi sin tib dek, Tobermory, ON

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Ryerson Is Now Requiring Students Living In Residence To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine

Other Ontario universities are implementing the same rules.

Ryerson University is now requiring all students living in residence during its 2021-2022 school year to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

According to the university, the requirement, which is supported by public health authorities, will help the school provide a "safe residence experience" for incoming students during the pandemic.

"This requirement is specific to students in residence because of the nature of communal living, the high volume of cases and incidence rates among young populations, and to foster a welcoming and engaging community for students on our campus," a spokesperson for Ryerson told Narcity.

All students living on-campus will be required to get at their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before their move-in date.

The announcement is on the heels of other Ontario universities. Both the University of Toronto and Western University have announced that students living in residence need to be vaccinated.