Healthcare - Mountain Lakes Medical Center is 15 minutes away and offers 24-hour emergency room services. The hospital has agreements, including ambulance and helicopter services, with Gainesville, Atlanta and other area hospitals.
• Shopping & Dining - Downtown Clayton has an old-fashioned Main Street with specialty shops, art galleries, antiques, vineyards, and restaurants. Rabun County has been recognized as Georgia's number one 'Farm to Table' dining location.
• Area Attractions - Lake Burton has two marinas with boat rentals and both wet slip and dry storage. While the lake offers trophy fishing experiences, trout fishing streams can be reached within a 10-minute drive.
The Chattahoochee National Forest has hiking trails, access to the Appalachian Trail is a 10 minute drive and there is whitewater rafting on the Chattanooga River.
25 Courthouse Square, Suite 201
Clayton, GA 30525
Rabun County lies tucked in the state's northeast corner, its land spotted with hiking trails, lakes and state parks. Organized in 1819 from cession of Cherokee lands, the county recognizes Governor William Rabun, a state figure best remembered for opposing General Andrew Jackson over destruction of a Creek Indian village. Rabun served just two years of his governorship before his untimely death. Clayton, the county seat, owes its name to Judge Augustine S. Clayton.
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