Towns in Rabun County
Sky Valley, Georgia
When incorporated in 1978, Sky Valley became one of Georgia’s newest chartered towns. Founded as a ski resort in 1969 on a former cattle ranch, Sky Valley is the northernmost city in Georgia. Its northern city limit is the Georgia/North Carolina state line. Situated on the northwest side of Rabun Bald, Georgia’s second highest mountain, Sky Valley’s elevation is approximately 3,500 feet, making it the city with the highest elevation in Georgia. The ski resort was closed in 2004, and Sky Valley is now a golf resort and community
Visit our Museum
Want to learn more about Sky Valley and the people and events that shaped the history of Rabun County? The Society’s museum is free and open to the public.