Our nine hole course is set in a beautiful mountain setting and is shaded and cool during the summer months.
Your ticket gets you unlimited play for the day.You may even leave and come back later for another round of fun. We are constantly remodeling our course and soon we shall have our Mini Golf/Nature Walk open for your enjoyment.
Be one with Nature!
Our Guided Hikes are great for all ages and are custom designed for your group.
If you would like to hike without a guide, our page will give you some good directions to some great trails – or come by and we shall design a hike for you and send you on your way with some great directions.
Closed January 1st through March 1st.
Please note that the Lilly Pad Village will be closed between January 1st and March 1st of 2017. Weather permitting, and if you simply must, give us a call and we’ll see if we can accommodate your group. (Minimum charge of $35.00 shall apply. Between January 14th and January 26th this option shall not be available as we are traveling 🙂
The Lilly Pad Village
Gem Mining, Mini Golf, Fishing – Favorite activities in Blue Ridge GA
The Lilly Pad Village, located in the heart of the Aska Adventure Area, is designed around a beautiful mountain environment with beautiful views and full of sounds of nature. Participate in one of our fun activities and listen to the cacophony of bull frogs, spring peepers, tree frogs, hundreds of birds and of course our famous rooster. Have Cat pay you a visit while gem mining, or Lucy (our very well behaved and gentle boxer) walk with you by the pond.
So if you are wondering what to do in Blue Ridge or how to keep adults and kids entertained visit the Lilly Pad Village. Our activities are not just for kids but can be very entertaining for adults also. We have countless of returning customers – year after year. In fact we have seen many of our young guests grow from babies to young adults in the past ten years. We are located in the heart of the Aska Adventure Area – home for hundreds of hiking trails, the Toccoa River and abundance of wild life and vegetation.
Our Gem Mining is second to none. We actually make the effort and take the time to make your experience be not only fun but educational. One of our talented and experienced gem guides is with you for the duration of the experience.
Mini Golf and Fishing
The Mini Golf is a very unique nine hole course built into the mountain side. It is shaded and cool during the hot summer months and your tickets entitle you to UNLIMITED rounds during the day – the same is to be said about our fishing pond! Mini Golf and Fishing tickets are good for the entire day! Mini golf tickets are discounted 25% during August of 2016.
Make the Lilly Pad Village one of your destinations on your next visit!
Picnic tables are available for your enjoyment and we are pet friendly!
No reservations are needed – please check our hours. If you have any special requirements, need group rates or would like to visit outside of our regular business hours, please contact the Lilly Pad Village.[hr]
No entrance fee +
No reservations +
Free parking +
Pets are welcome +
Spend the day +
Unlimited mini golf +
Picnic tables +
Beautiful setting +
Friendly staff +
Fish all day +
What a beautiful way to spend a fall day! My boys and I loved the gem mining. We encountered other such opportunities on our vacation, but this was the best – both for the volume of “gems” and the enthusiastic helpers to explain our treasures. From our arrival greeting by Lucy the dog to the hiking advice from Geza, we felt welcome and among friends. We also enjoyed a round of golf and had a picnic beside the fish pond. Thank you, Lilly Pad Village, for a lovely time.Nicole Walker
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