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Grow-Cook-Eat Farm & Food Tours: A Great Way To Explore Rabun County

May 18, 2016 06:30PM ● By Melanie Heisinger

Explore Rabun County and travel around the county tasting, talking, and experiencing why Rabun County is the Farm to Table Capital of Georgia on the inaugural season of the Grow-Cook-Eat Farm & Food Tours.

In January 2015 the State House of Representatives designated Rabun County as the Farm to Table Capital of Georgia and they are excited to offer these wonderful Farm & Food Tours.  The Grow-Cook-Eat tours will showcase a variety of special tour participants.  Each tour will be different from the rest.  Be sure to take a look at each tour, plan to come and join on several.

The next tour will be June 16th and the tour will include some of the following agri-tourism businesses: Barker’s Creek GristmillAndy’s Trout Farm12 Spies Vineyard, Tomlin’s BBQ, and more. 

Head to their website for more details, or watch the video below!

To make a reservation call 706-982-4754.  All reservations must be made and secured in advance.  Debit/Credit Cards will be accepted over the phone.

The tour is $100 for each participant.  Gratuities are not included but appreciated.

The transportation for our Grow-Cook-Eat Farm & Food Tours will be provided by Scenic Mountain Tours.  You can get more information about their service at  They are available for shuttle services, parties, or events.

Content courtesy the Explore Rabun Website

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