Pet Friendly Big Canoe in the Blue Ridge Mountains
PET FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES WITH OFF LEASH DOG PARKS
The caring mountain community of Big Canoe is at it again spreading the love to the area's four-legged furry friends. Residents of this close-knit Georgia neighborhood are known for rolling up their selves and getting involved. It is not uncommon to see entire families lending a helping hand to their fellow neighbor. It is a genuine culture of giving that sets the Big Canoe real estate development apart from others.
Earlier this year, fund raising efforts through the Big Canoe Chapel provided more than 130 scholarships to college bound students. So it’s no surprise residents are advocating for a segment of the population that often goes ignored. The stray cats and dogs throughout the Blue Ridge Mountains seen wandering the streets, desperately searching food and shelter to survive.
The Big Canoe Animal Rescue, along with concerned citizens, are banding together to improve the lives of these less fortunate animals. Big Canoe Animal Rescue is a no kill canine rescue. More than 50 volunteers work around the clock at the shelter 7 days a week as they care for homeless cats and dogs. Among the many services the rescue provides is food, veterinary care and shelter. They also offer pet adoptions. Pets are a great addition to families. According to the American Pet Product’s Association, Baby Boomers lead the way in pet ownership.
There’s a lot that Baby Boomers have to offer to pets and the mountain community at large. Love, companionship and a majestic place to live. Often times, that’s why residents are attracted to Big Canoe real estate development because they know they can have it all and make a difference.
Living in Big Canoe offers other great amenities too, like mountain golf courses for avid golfers and off leash dog parks for those who prefer to get their exercise in with a leisurely brisk walk with their pet. The Wildcat Dog Parks are two off leash dog parks that offer nearby residents of the rustic mountain homes a pet-friendly haven to enjoy time with their four-legged friends.
BIG CANOE AMENITIES
- 24 Hour Manned Gated Entrance
- 27 Hole Championship Mountain Golf Courses designed by Joe Lee
- 9 Hole Creek Course overlooking Lake Sconti
- 9 Hole Cherokee Course with dramatic elevations
- 9 Hole Choctaw Course accented by waterfalls and rushing creeks
- Lodge-style Golf Clubhouse overlooking Lake Sconti
- 16,000 Square Foot Fitness Center
- Indoor Heated Saline Swimming Pool
- Resort-style Outdoor Swimming Pool bordering the Beach
- Wildcat Recreation Center with Outdoor Swimming Pool and Kids Pool
- Ballfields - Soccer, Baseball, Basketball and Bocce Ball
- Ten Lighted Tennis Courts
- 22 Miles of Paved and Gravel Trails for fantastic hiking in Georgia
- Three Private Lakes stocked with Trout, Bass, Bream and Crappie
- Community Boat Docks and Marina Store
- The Villages Market
- Three Dog Parks
When it comes to embracing community, Big Canoe rolls out the welcome mat. And residents are known to extend that compassion beyond the borders of their gated-community. If there’s a need to be met, Big Canoe residents will be answering the call. It’s that kind of commitment that makes Big Canoe real estate development attractive to Baby Boomers and retirees who desire a sense of community and involvement. And the Big Canoe Animal Rescue depends on that philanthropy. Every Saturday the rescue holds an open house, so residents can visit the shelter’s pets. The rescue also depends on donations to make that an on-going reality.
The Big Canoe community also knows how to have fun. The event calendar boasts many family and pet friendly activities, like year-round festivals and tournaments on the challenging mountain golf courses.
If you are considering relocating, take a look at Big Canoe in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia. The summit views are breath taking. You’ll find rustic mountain homes with modern appointments built to fit each buyer’s needs.