Wheelin In The Country For ATV Riding

The 6th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Tennessee.

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South of Nashville and east of Summertown, the Wheelin In The Country has 700 acres open to off road ATV riding.

To reach the trailhead from Nashville, follow US65 to Exit 46 - Columbia/Chapel Hill Exit. Turn right off the exit ramp and continue down this road, it will take you to Columbia. At the second red light, keep going straight across. This is Hwy. 412 & Hwy. 43 South. Stay on this for approx. 18 mi, and look for a "Summertown Tire" sign and take the next road to the left (Look for our banner). This is Freedom Rd. Stay on this road until it dead ends then turn right. Take the next road on the left - this is Anderson Creek Rd. Continue about 2 mi. and look for the large green and tan building on your left.

Overall, Wheelin In The Country is the 6th most popular ATV riding trail of all 10 ATV trails in Tennessee. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Wheelin In The Country including Woolys Off Road Area, Woods and Water Lodge and Golden Mountain OHV Park.


Local Contact(s):  Wheelin (931) 964-3417; Tennessee Tourism (800) GO2-TENN.

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

Base Camp:  Onsite primative camping

Reference Source:  click here http://www.wheelininthecountry.com/

Article Source:   Best Wheelin In The Country ATV Trails Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=ATV&id=18054

GPS:  35.4191, -87.2199

Date Published:  5/19/2016

Date Updated:  6/30/2016

ID:  18054

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