Off-Road Trails in Georgia

Off-Road Trails in Georgia
There are many off-road trails to explore in Georgia. Whether your choice is a mountain bike or a four-wheel drive, you will have an experience to remember. Many trails feature campgrounds so you can enjoy the trails for more than one day and the views that can be found along the trails will take your breath away.

Broad River

Broad River Adventure Park offers over 50 miles of privately owned trails for bikes and ATVs. There are also facilities for camping and a concession stand. Broad River is located in Carlton, Georgia, which is 22 miles from Athens. Trail hours vary throughout the year.

(706) 743-0078

Highland Park

Highland Park is located in Cedartown, 73 miles from Atlanta. It features 65 miles of trails for bikes and ATVs. There are trails for every skill level, and camping and hiking are available. A parts department and service center are on the premises and lunch is served on weekends. It is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.


Beasley Knob

Beasley Knob OHV Trail System in Blairsville is suitable for bikes, ATVs and four-wheel-drive vehicles. Blairsville is located 100 miles from Atlanta, close to the Tennessee border. The trails are difficult and are recommended for experienced riders. Beasley Knob features 2,800 acres of trails and has accommodations for camping. It is closed Jan. 1 to March 31.

(706) 745-6928

Rocky Flats

Rocky Flats OHV Trail in Chatsworth, Ga., 92 miles from Atlanta, is open to four wheel drives, ATVs and bikes. There are 5 miles of sharply curved trails. Rocky Flats is near the Dalton area in north Georgia, and is open April 1 to Dec. 31.

(706) 864-6173

Davenport OHV Trail

Davenport OHV Trail is in Blairsville, near the Tennessee border. There are 6 miles of trails suitable for ATVs and bikes. More difficult trails branch off from the main trail. The trails are close to Davenport mountain and Nottely lake. Depending on weather and trail conditions, Davenport usually opens in mid March and camping is available.

(706) 745-6928

Windy Gap

Windy Gap OHV Trail is open all year long for motorcycles and mountain bikes, but ATVs are not allowed. There is camping available and a main trail with two trails branching off. The first trail is marked as easy for less experienced riders and the second trail is for experts. The trails are located in Chatsworth, Georgia, 92 miles from Atlanta.

(706) 695-6736

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