North Georgia mountains, here we come.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
April 13, 2019

Dahlonega, Georgia, is the perfect Christmas town thanks to a festive parade, a Hallmark-worthy tree-lighting ceremony, and an inviting downtown. But did you know it's a dreamy spring oasis, too?

Lavender lovers, take note: This June 15th, the Red Oak Lavender Farm will celebrate its 5th Annual Lavender Festival on their picturesque grounds. With 20 different varieties of lavender and 2,000 lavender plants, Red Oak is the largest lavender farm open to the public in the entire state.

Highlights of the festival include live music, art vendors selling wares ranging from pottery to photography, live demonstrations of wool spinning and de-budding lavender, and the chance to wander and take photographs amidst the lavender. For additional money, you can also participate in make-and-take activities including lavender halos, bath salts, and lavender bud necklaces as well as a "U-Pick Lavender Bouquet" with 25 stems.

Red Oak Lavender Farm

The event will run in two sessions: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., and it costs $5 for admission (plus an Eventbrite fee). Order your tickets online here. Take a glimpse of the breathtaking farm in the video below.

WATCH: You Won't Believe How Beautiful This Lavender Farm Is in Dahlonega, Georgia

For more on what makes the small-town escape of Dahlonega so special, click here.

To smell the relaxing scent of lavender, click...your heels together and hit the road this June.

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