If you’re looking to setup a loan or open a secure checking account or any number of financial needs, we’re sure one of our friendly banks can get you on your way.

Rabun County Bank

7408 Hwy 441
Dillard, Ga 30537

Regions Bank

178 E. Savannah St.
Clayton, Ga 30525

First American Bank and Trust

550 Hwy 441 South
Clayton, Ga 30525

Stephens Federal Bank

221 Hwy 76 East
Clayton, GA 30525

Real Estate

So you’re interested in moving to the area? Well we’d love to accommodate you. We have quite an assortment of real estate experts to help you get on your way … our way!

Remax of Rabun

809Hwy 441 S
Clayton, GA 30525

Harry Norman Realtors

141 S Main Street
Clayton, GA 30525

Retail Stores

Looking for that special gift for that special someone or are you just window shopping to pass the time? Dillard has an assortment of retail shops to keep you going all day long.

Dillard Nutrition Tool and Supply

140 Albie Rogers Lane
Dillard, Ga 30537

Dollar General

Hwy 441 N
Dillard, GA

Hasty Mart-BP

Po Box 1035
Toccoa, Ga 30577

Mine and Yours Upscale Resale

Po Box 155
Rabun Gap, Ga 30568

Reeves Hardware

Po Box 7
Dillard, Ga 30537

Piggly Wiggly

Hwy 441
Dillard, GA


Below is a list of various services provided in the Dillard City area. The services provided are everything from custom made cabinets, fast food, car washing facilities, to laundromats.

Country Cutaway

Po Box 155
Rabun Gap, Ga 30568

Kurtis Miller Photography & Design

Dillard House Stables on site or by appointment

Mane Design

7027 Hwy 441 N St 2
Dillard, Ga 30537

PKT Quarter Horses

Po Box 417
Dillard, Ga 30537


Dillard House Stables

Many things have changed since the 1930’s, when Dillard House Stables offered trail rides for fifty cents.  However, the beauty and tranquility of the mountains remains the same.  Another thing that remains unchanged is the famous Dillard House tradition of southern hospitality.

Pam Thompson, owner-operator of Dillard House Stables since 1989, along with her crew of experienced trail guides strive to keep the tradition alive. Pam’s lifetime of experience with horses and 25 years in the “Trail Riding” business allows her the opportunity to offer a safe and enjoyable horseback ride for every level rider.

We have rides to fit the beginner to the experienced.  There are trail rides and the river rides.  Dillard House Stables is one of the only stables where you will be able to actually ride down the middle of a river.  It is exhilarating and thrilling as you and your horse take that first step into the river.  You’ll be hooked for life and want to come back time and time again.

All persons taking rides need to be aware of certain requirements to create a safe riding environment for all involved.  Call the stables or go to the website for more information.

Business Information

768 Franklin St

Dillard,GA 30537



North Georgia Community Players

The North Georgia Community Players (NGCP) and the City of Dillard are a perfect match. The NGCP have been in search of a home and Dillard has long hoped to establish a Cultural Arts Center in one wing of the Dillard City Hall. The two groups were able to combine their hopes when NGCP leased the auditorium and one wing of the Dillard City Hall (Old Dillard School).

At the Dillard City Hall, NGCP has several classrooms to use for storage or dressing rooms, as well as the auditorium for performances. The volunteer group, Home Improvement Ministry (H.I.M. from Clayton Baptist Church), supplies manpower to assist NGCP with auditorium updates. The stage has been extended and many repairs made. NGCP has purchased new sound equipment, an air conditioning-heating system, and new lighting to enhance the enjoyment of theatergoers. It is a work in progress and a labor of love.

Every year, the NGCP entertains area residents and visitors with a variety of performances. Check out the latest schedule and come be entertained!

For a schedule of plays visit


Imagine a time before electricity, hot-and-cold running water, and the convenience of department stores. Time felt different then. By visiting the Foxfire Museum in Mountain City, GA, guests can imaginatively re-create the works and days of Southern Appalachia in the 1800s.

The Museum provides visitors a rare glimpse of what life was like for the mountaineers who settled this area. A collection of over 20 historic log cabins and replicas of traditional log construction designs, containing artifacts and crafts await visitors.  The Museum provides a glance into the past, including a look at a wagon used to transport the Cherokee Indians over “The Trail of Tears,” during their forced migration to Oklahoma.

Hundreds of high school students, who participate in The Foxfire Magazine classes, have documented the local history.

A gift shop filled with pottery, handcrafted items and books, including The Foxfire Book series is located in the Gate House.  Admission to the Gift Shop is free. Admission to the Museum, which includes one free self-guided tour book per family, is $6.00 per person; children 10 and under are free.  Guided tours are also available by appointment.

Mon. through Sat., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
200 Foxfire Lane
(706) 746-5828

Andy’s Trout Farm

lakeFun for the family. Fishing, cabins, gem mining and hiking. Trout is sold by the pound. Use your own equipment or rent ours. Come and catch your supper and have a blast doing so.  You must keep all the fish you catch.  We have cabins along a mountain stream, with rates beginning at $65. Get back to nature and enjoy the outdoors. Also available, larger cabins that will sleep 12 are great for groups.  Plan your family reunion at Andy’s. Experience an exciting field trip for groups, starting at $5 per person.

Founded by Andy and Hazel Cope, Andy’s Trout Farm has been serving generations for 44 years. A great place to make memories that will last a lifetime. It’s a DAY TRIP, QUICK TRIP, AFFORDABLE TRIP, FUN TRIP come and join us.
Located only 5 miles west of Dillard, Ga. On Betty’s Creek Rd.

Andy’s Trout Farm
PO Box 129
Dillard, Ga 30537

3 Legge Art Gallery

The 3 Legge Art Gallery, located on Hwy 441 N. at the north end of Dillard, has been a Rabun County treasure since 1999. It functions as a working studio and gallery for artists Eric and Terry Legge and as a museum featuring the lifelong works and monumental sculptures of the late, great Joe Legge. In addition to housing the works of the Legge family, many world famous and nationally acclaimed folk artists are represented. The gallery is unique, amazing and a magical place to see. Open daily from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

For more information, call (706) 746-0213.

The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences

The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences, one of the three oldest artist residency programs in America, supports the creative process by providing talented artists of all disciplines the setting and the solitude essential to creative work. For more than 70 years, the 600-acre natural environment has been a sanctuary of time and space that allows artists to develop their authentic voices, inspiring them to work at their highest levels of imagination.

Weaver and Georgia native, Mary Crovatt Hambidge, founded the Center in 1934 in memory of Jay Hambidge, artist, scholar and author. Employing local labor, she developed a farm cooperative and refined the talents of community women in spinning and weaving. The Rabun Weavers’ fine woven goods were sold to designers, decorators and celebrities at Rabun Studios on Madison Avenue in New York City.
Although Hambidge is a private retreat, visitors are welcome in the Weave Shed Gallery which schedules three ceramic exhibitions annually.  Lectures, special events and the annual Hambidge Summer Festival in July are also open to the public. The historic Barkers Creek Mill, open on the first Saturday of every month, from 1pm-4pm, is a favorite local destination. Visit the Hambidge website regularly for updated event information.  706-746-5718