Featured ATV TRAILS
Southeast of Athens near Greensboro and Union Point, the Durhamtown Plantation has 100 miles of ATV trails over 7000 acres. The trails are one-way routes and are well marked. Test your skills on the 7 mile swamp loop with jumps. The routes lead through pine woodlands and hardwood ridges, plus theres 7 miles of river bottoms.
Northwest of Atlanta and northeast of Lafayette in the Chattahoochee National Forest, the 2,600 acre Houston Valley ORV area contains a 25-mile network of trails. These trails traverse ridges, valleys and stream crossings, along with several steep, rocky ascents.
Near Clarksville in the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Locust Stake Motorized Trail has 10 miles of trails over 1,000 acres. The area is known as the best in the Chattahoochee National Fores. Locust Stake ORV Area is the second largest of the 10 riding areas in the state.
Southwest of Clayton in the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Oakey Mountain ATV Trail is a 6.2 mile ORV trail. This trail is near both Lake Burton and Lake Rabun. It is not a loop trail so traffic is two-way. Some sections are steep (35% grade) and rocky.
East of Chatsworth and southeast of Eton in the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Tatum Lead ORV Trail is a 7 mile ORV trail. This is a one-way route along the ridge line of Tatum Mountain through dense forest.
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.
North of Marietta and east of Fairmount, the Moto Mountain ATV Park is the newest trail destination in Georgia with plans for up to 75 miles. The Moto Mountain ATV Park is a family-oriented ATV riding area with trails for all levels.
East of Eton in the Chattahoochee National Forest, an 11 mile loop can be formed with the Windy Gap Cycle Trail, Milma ATV Trail, and Tibbs ORV Trail. There is a narrow, steep climb of 2,000 feet to the summit of Grassy Mountain.