North Georgia is a popular destination for exploring The Peach State's natural beauty. With the Blue Ridge Mountains come numerous trails and waterfalls, and the best way to see it all is to go on a scenic adventure through them. And if you're looking for things to do in North Georgia, this Groupon deal lets you and a plus one hop on some horses to explore the great outdoors.
Gold City Corral and Carriage Company in Dahlonega, Georgia is in a prime spot if you're trying to see more of what the North Georgia mountains has to offer.
As soon as you arrive and saddle up, you'll feel like you've been transported back to the wild, wild west.
This spot offers romantic carriage rides, hayrides, dinner wagon rides, and more. The more popular adventure is the horseback trail rides.
A Groupon deal with this company knocks just under half off the price so you can have some extra spending money while visiting this retreat.
You can take a two-hour horseback trail ride with your bestie or boo thing that includes a guide and even a sack country lunch for only $146 instead of it's usual going rate of $290.
Your adventure will start by learning how to groom your horse. The 30-minute lesson will be up close, personal, and hands-on while allowing you to bond with your steed before taking to the trails.
Following the grooming lesson, your trail ride will start at 10 a.m. and run until around noon or 1 p.m.
This spot also has a resort right next door that you can stay at if you're looking to live the ranch lifestyle for a few days.
You'll be assigned a horse at the beginning of your stay and can go on a one-hour ride every day while you're there. You'll learn more about care and grooming as well.
If you've been trying to get away from reality or just have a romantic getaway weekend, this Groupon might just be what you were looking for.
Gold City Corral & Carriage Company
Price: $146 for two with Groupon deal. The full price runs at $290.
Address: 49 Forrest Hill Rd., Dahlonega, GA
Why You Need To Go: You'll learn how to groom a horse and go on a two-hour guided tour through the beautiful North Georgia mountains.
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