Highland Park Resort Dirt Biking

Northwest of Atlanta and southwest of Cedartown, the Highland Park Resort has 45 miles of trails over 1,000 acres open to dirt bike riding. The one-way trails are rolling and hilly.

Directions From I-20 between Atlanta and Birmingham, with approx mileage beginning from I-20, GA Exit 5:

START 0.0 Miles -Take GA exit 5 off I-20, Hwy 100/Tallapoosa exit. Turn north towards Tallapoosa

4.6 miles - Town of Tallapoosa - follow Hwy 100 through zig-zag across RR tracks in Tallapoosa

16.1 miles - Cross county line - Polk County sign on right side Hwy 100

17.2 miles - Turn left onto Casey Rd from Hwy 100 (no street sign here!)

18.2 miles - Follow pavement to right onto Johnson Lake Rd

18.7 miles - Turn left onto Culp Lake Rd at "Y" intersection

21.6 miles - Pavement turns to dirt road


Directions From Cedartown:

From Cedartown, go south on Hwy 27 (called Main Street in town), and take the right turn onto Hwy 100 south about 2 miles south of Cedartown. Follow Hwy 100 south 2.7 miles and turn right on Lime Branch Rd. Go 1.4 miles to the "T" intersection and turn left on Johnson Lake Rd (no sign!). In 2/10ths mile bear right on Culp Lake Rd. at the "Y" intersection. In 2.7 miles Culp Lake Rd becomes a dirt road, and Highland Park is 1/4 mile ahead on the left.

Highland Park Resort Dirt Biking 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

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  8/13/2016

Highland Park Resort Dirt Biking Map


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