The forest floor of Hambidge


Nestled on 600 pristine acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia, the Hambidge Center is a natural sanctuary for reflection and creativity. The property includes 7 miles of hiking trails among an incredible biodiversity of meadows, streams, waterfalls, native plants and wildflowers, and a cove forest. Its salamander population includes rare species that survive in only few parts of the world. This quiet space filled with the sounds of nature is untouched by the ringtones of cell phones, which mercifully do not receive satellite connections here.

Through environmental stewardship and conservancy programs, Hambidge ensures a clean, natural setting for generations of creative individuals to come.