There is never a dull moment at Brasstown. In addition to all the amazing outdoor activities and soothing spa treatments, our hard-working event staff incorporates many cultural, educational and community events for guests of all ages. Some activities have become a long-standing tradition year after year while others come and go with the seasons. So, keep an eye on our events calendar and weekly activities to find something perfect for you.
Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet:
Sunday, April 16th. Seating in the Dining Room 11:30am – 3pm. Please call 706-379-4617 for advance Reservations
Annual Easter Egg Hunt:
Sunday, April 16th, 10am & 1pm. Located on the Waterfall lawn and open to all children who are guests in the resort or attending the Easter Brunch. Kids are encouraged to bring their Easter baskets for hunting and there will be prize eggs.
Weekend Activities: Recreation Dept.
Our Recreation department will be hosting activities for the resort guests and their children throughout the weekend. A printed program of events will be available at the front desk.
Our Reservations department is offering a Easter Brunch Room Package, one night stay for two with admission to the Easter Sunday Brunch included. Two night stays are also available. Please contact Reservations at 1-800-201.3205 for details.
Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa along with the Mountain Arts Association is please to announce our Winter Exhibit
This exhibit will feature Fall & Winter themed art from local area member artist with a variety of mediums ranging from oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, charcoal and photography.
This exhibit will show until March 2017.
All art work in the Gallery is available for purchase
For more information on the Mountain Arts Association:
Summer Horse Camp for Kids!
We are now accepting registration for Summer Hose Camp.
June, July & August
Monday’s, Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s
Located: The Maxwell Center building on the campus of Young Harris College.
The 2015-2016 season at O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium features more than 30 Friday-evening public shows. Guests are encouraged to arrive early for best seats. No late seating is permitted. Public planetarium shows, with the exception of Cosmic Concerts, include a live-narrated “seasonal stargazing” segment in addition to the featured full-dome program. The Young Harris College Observatory features a Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and is open at 9 p.m. on the same Friday evenings the planetarium is open, if skies are clear. The observatory is located approximately 1.5 miles from campus at Twiggs Overlook on the exit road leading from Brasstown Valley Resort. Maps are available at the planetarium. Observing sessions last up to one hour.
Tickets also available at the door 30 minutes prior to show.
For more information: click here.
Young Harris GA
The Rollins Planetarium located on the College Campus has several different shows throughout the month. Contact them at 706-379-5195 or visit their web site www.yhc.edu/plantarium for the current list of shows.
Arts & Culture Department also list current events
Several of our local Vineyards host events throughout the month, contact them for more info:
Hightower Creek Vineyards / Hiawassee – 706-896-8963
Crane Creek Vineyards / Young Harris – 706-379-1235
Eagle Fork Vineyards / Hayesville NC – 828-389-8466
I have had the pleasure of staying at many golf resorts throughout the United States and Brasstown Valley Resort in my book is one of the best. The golf course was in excellent shape which I would rate as a 10.
… definitely try the spa! We had a couples massage our first time and it was such a pleasant, relaxing experience. We also do the 2 hour horseback trail ride each time.
… every time we visit we make sure to include a 2 hour horseback trail ride.
The grounds a beautiful! There are so many great views of the mountains. Overall the staff were very pleasant and happy to help. We certainly will be back!