Highland Park ATV Trails

Northwest of Atlanta and southwest of Cedartown, the Highland Park Resort has 45 miles of trails over 1,000 acres open to ATV riding. All of these rolling trails are one-way and signed with level of difficulty. The dense network of trails are encircled by two main perimeter trails that lead back to the trailhead parking area. The maximum speed for ATV riding at Highland Park in the parking areas is 15mph.

To reach the ATV riding at Highland Park Resort from US20 between Atlanta and Birmingham, use Exit #5. Head north on SR100 towards Tallapossa for 17 miles. In Polk County, turn left on Casey Road (there may not be a sign) for a mile. Turn right on Johnson Lake Road for 0.5 miles. Turn left on Culp Lake Road at the Y-type intersection for another 3 miles to the Highland Park Resort.

To reach Highland Park from Cedartown, head south on SR27 (aka Main Street within Cedartown) for 2 miles. Turn right heading south on SR100 south for 2.7 miles. Turn right on Lime Branch Road for 1.4 miles. At the "T" intersection, turn left on Johnson Lake Road (no sign!). After 0.2 miles, veer right on Culp Lake Rd. at the "Y" intersection. After 2.7 miles, Culp Lake Road turns to dirt, and Highland Park is 0.25 miles ahead on the left.

Highland Park ATV Trails Map



Local Contact(s):  Highland Park (770) 748-0771; Georgia Tourism (706) 737-1446.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Onsite primative camping; Onsite cabins

Luxury Loding:  Chateau Elan, Braselton (678) 425-0900

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.highlandparkresort.com/

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  7/5/2016

Highland Park ATV Trails Map


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