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Population: 366 You could call it “Alabama’s Aspen.” Set about 50 miles southwest of Chattanooga, near the base of Lookout Mountain, this hidden hamlet and artists’ haven features a large collection of regionally made arts and crafts.
Or go east to the Buffalo National River, a favorite of anglers, kayakers, and anyone who loves beautiful scenery.
Population: 638 Tourists are not the only folks who admire Micanopy’s charms—filmmakers love it too. Fox hit Doc Hollywood as well as the film version of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’ memoir, Cross Creek, were shot here.
The Ryman Auditorium sees bigger crowds than these picturesque villages.
You can score plenty of the local legumes (fried, salted, covered in chocolate, or made into brittle) at Jean and Bobby Salter’s Plain Peanuts.
Population: 582 Delightful Eminence sits less than 30 minutes away from the entrance to the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, a federally protected natural area running 134 miles along the Current and Jacks Fork rivers.
They’re fed by more than 50 natural springs that offer crystal waters beside rounded bluffs filled with fall color.
Many regional artists exhibit their works in the galleries and studios of the Helen Arts & Heritage Center, while some of the state’s best wines are made and offered at Habersham Winery on South Main Street.
North of town, you can enjoy a gorgeous lake, zip lines, and mountains glowing with fall color at Unicoi State Park on the edge of Chattahoochee National Forest, where you’ll find the Anna Ruby Falls Recreation Area. President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter, the Mayberry look-alike features President Carter’s original campaign headquarters in the Plains Train Depot along with his boyhood home at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site on his family farm just outside town.