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Enjoy steep mountain trails in north Georgia, to flat sandy trails in south Georgia. These trails are for beginners to advanced bike enthusiasts. Please contact locations for schedules, fees and other information. Click on bike trail links for pictures and info.
Amicalola Falls State Park in Dawsonville - Bike Trail: 16 miles of singletrack that loops. Good for intermediate level. Extremely easy to get lost so please get a map.
Aska Trail System - Bike Trail: Enjoy 17 scenic miles of recreational US forest trails for bicyclists and hikers. Trails range in length from 1.0 mile to 5.1 miles and range in difficulty from easy to strenuous. The system utilizes hand dug tread way and old logging roads. These trails include Long Branch 2.5-mile loop, Flat Creek 5-mile loop, Green Mountain Trail, and Stanley Gap Trail. The area is accessed from Aska Road parking area at Deep Gap and from Stanley Gap and Shady Falls Road. A mixture of single track and former logging roads with elevations changes of 1,700 feet area encountered. These trails offer gentle to moderate hiking grades but are challenging. Trail is free and open all year.
Atwood West Brow Loop at Pigeon Mountain in Lafayette - Bike Trail: 13 miles of singletrack loop configuration for intermediate skill level. Dirt and gravel roads. Get a map at the ranger station so that you won't get lost. The trail starts behind the parking area. Take the orange blazed trail from there. This trail is relatively flat for the mountains as it sticks to the ridges. It is a tight trail but not well maintained. Great views - a fun, moderate trail. Directions: From Atlanta, take I-75 North. Exit for highway 136. Turn left (west) and go to LaFayette. In LaFayette, take highway 93 North. Go approximately 3 miles. Turn Left at the sign for Pigeon mountain. Go about 2 miles and turn right onto Rocky Lane. Go past the ranger station and up up up the mountain. A very steep and rocky road. Near the top, follow the signs for High Brow Road. Park in the field at the top of the mountain. Phone 706-295-6041 - Georgia DNR
Biking at Greenway Park
Augusta Canal in Augusta - Bike Trail: The 12-mile, out-and-back forest road starts at the pumping station by the railroad tracks. There are two well marked loops, a red (about 4 miles) and white (about 3 miles). If you stick to the canal, the ride can be a leisurely Saturday afternoon stroll with the family, an intense endurance-building workout or a shortcut to historic downtown Augusta. Directions: From Augusta, head north on Riverwatch Parkway towards Martinez. Turn right onto Steven's Creek Road. Go approximately 3 miles and turn right onto Evans to Locks Road. The road ends in the parking lot of the Savannah Rapids Pavilion. Ride your bike around the gate at the bottom of the parking lot and head left towards the bridge to cross the canal.
Bear Creek Trail in Ellijay - Bike Trail: 6.7 miles in length. This double-loop trail follows scenic Bear Creek through hemlock-cove hardwood forests and passes by the Gennett Poplar, an immense, old-growth yellow poplar tree. The 2-mile round trip to the “Big Poplar” makes a great family outing. Sections of the trail are narrow, steep, and the path crosses several streams. Mainly singletrack loop trail for intermediate to advanced riders. Some doubletrack. Great downhills and Whoop-de-doos. 2 mile dual track lead in to 4 mile single track loop with cross trails. There is no charge to use this popular trail. Note: Hikers and campers use this area.
Berry College in Rome - Bike Trail: This 10 mile trail has 60% fire and gravel road, and 40% singletrack trails. Many miles to choose from in the mountains. Large fire roads to very technical and steep single tracks. Directions: Take US 27 north to the heart of Rome.
Big Creek Greenway in Alpharetta - Bike Trail: 10 miles of singletrack loop trail. There is a 1.7 mile well-signed "Beginners Loop" from which all other trails connect. Most of the trails are pretty easy, but there were a few interesting spots on the smaller side trails. There was a cool section of moguls, a few pipes, some more reasonable jumps, several creek crossings (some sandy some rocky), and a few good hill climbs too. All of these more challenging things were completely optional. There are loops upon loops so you can add in or take out just about any section of the trail. Even though there are a lot of loops it's bordered by GA 400 on one side, there's a creek in the middle, and subdivisions (and a swamp) on another side so it's nearly impossible to get lost.
Big Creek Greenway in Forsyth County - Bike Trail: This is a 12-foot wide concrete and boardwalk path meandering through the deciduous woods along the Big Creek. The greenway offers an ideal setting for walking, jogging, biking and inline skating.
Georgia Mountain Biker
Blanket's Creek in Woodstock - Bike Trail: 1/2 mile extension with a 4 mile loop. Small stream crossing on the way in. 80% singletrack, 20% old forest road or logging road. Phone: 770-924-7768 - Address: 2125 Sixes Rd., Canton, Georgia 30114 - Directions: From I-285 go North on I-75 to I-575 north. Go to Sixes Road-exit 11 and turn left (west). Trail is about 2 miles on the left and is clearly marked with plenty of parking. If the gate is closed, the trail is closed.
Bubba's in Statesboro - Bike Trail: 2 miles of singletrack with a network configuration. This trail is only good because it is so close to the Georgia Southern campus so everyone else should not worry about figuring out these directions. Go to the small dirt road behind Bubba's Bar and take a right on the first fire road. Cross over the fire tracks and go straight the trail has several loops and are not very long, so figuring out the network is not very difficult.
Camp Thunder Trail in Thamston - Bike Trail: It is 8.2 miles loop trail that starts with a bumpy pebbly rock bed. Experience some great technical climbs, ride great singletrack, come down more singletrack, and then come down some amazing whoop-de-doos. Directions: Take 74 out of Thamston to the sign to the Camp at 1166 Dripping Rock Rd, Molena, Georgia
Central Park in Cumming GA - Bike Trail is 3.75 miles in length. It has beginner, intermediate and advanced features. It opens at daylight and closes at 11 pm.
Chain Buster in Oxford - Bike Trail: 8 miles of singletrack loop trails. The Road & Trail Cyclery bike shop has carved out two cool intermediate trails on their property in Oxford, Georgia. You will find mostly singletrack trails with a bunch of switchbacks and several short climbs including Granny Gear Hill and then Chain Buster Hill. Most intermediate riders can handle the climbs. There are also a few technical sections full of roots but not too many rocks. The trails are broken down into 2 sections - The Short Trail which is 4 miles long and the Long Trail which is the Short Trail and an additional 4 mile section. Directions: From Atlanta take I-20 east to exit 46. Turn left at the end of the ramp and go 2.6 miles. Take a right on Airport Road and follow the signs.
Biking at Georgia Coast
Chase Street in Athens - Bike Trail: Singletrack for intermediate skill level. Full loop is 8 miles, and out and back is 4 miles total
Chicopee Woods Trail System in Gainesville -Bike Trail: 10 miles of 80% singletrack and 20% doubletrack trails. A well maintained (by SORBA) example of why mountain biking so much fun. Lots of great twisty rolling wooded single track with a few water crossings and some easy riding sections. A great workout at the center on Zig Zag trail or a more easy Outer Loop. Note: Call 770-297-8319 first for times, fees and directions before riding on trail. Directions: Go North on 985 to exit 16. Follow signs to Elachee Nature Center.
Clinton Nature Preserve in Douglasville - Bike Trail: 7 miles of 80% singletrack and 20% doubletrack loop trails. Several trails to choose from with lots of roots, rocks, and fallen trees to sink your chain ring into...there's even some slick rock to bang yourself up on if you look for it! See Bicycle Outfitters in Douglasville to get a trail map...you'll need it. Directions: Take I-20 West from Atlanta to Post road, turn left and go about 1/2 a mile or so and turn right on Ephesus Road. Go about a mile and Clinton is on the right.
College Trail in Oakwood - Bike Trail: 4 miles of well maintained singletrack trails in a network configuration. Real nice beginners trail. A couple of different entrances to the trail varies it a little. A good place to learn technicals for quick up-hills and narrow single tracking.
Directions: I-985 to exit 16, turn left to 2nd entrance for Gainesville College. Go past buildings and look for parking lot on left. Trail starts at end of lot.
Coralwood Woods in Decatur - Bike Trail: 1 mile loop trail for beginners. Very short but great for during the week. You can do it over and over again. Do it forwards then backwards. Watch out, you will get whipped in the face with branches. Directions: Get on I-285 and go to Shallowford Road exit. Get off, go to the stop light and turn left. Go to the next stop light, which is Briarcliff Road, and turn right. Go to Lakeside High school. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road. Go strait for about 1 mile then go strait across the intersection of Oak Grove and Fairoaks. Go strait and turn right on Coralwood Drive. It is right across from Lakeview homes. Go up the street to the Coralwood School. Go to the last section of the parking lot and go half of the way back into it. It is a very small clearing - this is where the fun begins.
Dauset Trails Nature Center in Jackson - Bike Trail: 15 miles of mainly singletrack trails. This is a great place with a good variety of trails and beautiful scenery. Good beginner stuff. All trails are very well marked. Riders of all levels will love this place. Huff 'n Puff is a great advanced, technical trail. The "intermediates" are also pretty technical. Well maintained. Call ahead after rain storms for re-openings. Please pay the small donation to keep this awesome place open!
Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve - Ride bikes on the beautiful multi-use PATH trail through the woodland and past rock outcrops. Click on link to visit web page for map showing bike trails.
Dry Creek Equestrian Trailhead - Bike Trail: Enjoy 26 scenic miles of U.S. forest hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding awsomeness.
Dug Gap - Phone 706-278-6438 before taking this trail. Bike Trail: With over 20 miles of trails, there is a double track climb with 2 trail options going up. There are 3 fast single-track downhills with great views and small creek crossings. There is also an out-and-back trail on top of the mountain for long rides. Over 20 miles of trails total in a great location for those traveling bikers who need a ride. Directions: Go I-75 to exit 136 (Walnut Avenue). Go east on Walnut Avenue (Hwy 52) to the second red light. Take a right on Dug Gap Road. Go to the first red light then take a right onto Dug Gap Mountain Road. After you pass over a bridge, the road will fork. Go right at the fork until you reach a dead end. The trail starts there.
Durhamtown Resort in Greensboro - Bike Trail: 50 miles of 80% singletrack and 20% doubletrack trails. New trail area in east Georgia near Lake Oconee out I-20 in Union Point, Georgia. Durhamtown Sportsman's Resort has approximately 7,000 acres of property with 100 miles of different trails, over half of which are one-way trails varying from smooth, two-lane sections to tight single-track with river bottoms, creek crossings, hills and fun descents. Awesome place. You have to see it to believe it. Directions: Located in Walton county about 40 miles east of Atlanta. From Atlanta take I-85 north to 316 east. Travel to Highway 11 and turn right. Drive approximately 10 miles and turn right onto Friendship Church Road. Turn right on Roscoe Davis Rd. The track is a few miles down on the left (parking area on right).
East Carrollton Park - Amenities: Baseball-Softball Fields, Bike Trails, Football-Soccer Fields, Pavilion, Picnic area, Playground, Walking Track and Restrooms. Located on Alton Estes Drive, Carrollton, Georgia
East Macon Park - Community Center - Amenities: meeting rooms, game room, gym, playground, outdoor basketball court, swimming pool withwaterslide, tennis courts, picnic sheds, hiking and biking trail, BMX Dirt Bike course, tennis courts and picnic sheds. The only park in Bibb County that offers facilities that are specifically designed for cycling and hiking. The park operates a BMX bike trail and BMX Dirt Bike course for people interested in what has now become known as Extreme Sports, or it can be used for novice level use. The park also has a nature trail that can be used for nature hiking or biking. Phone: 478-751-9271 - Location: 3326 Ocmulgee East Blvd. Macon, Georgia 31201
East Roswell in Roswell - Bike Trail: This place is big. All of it is paved but they have a lot of trails for mountain bikers. Directions: From Atlanta, go north on 400 to the Holcomb Bridge Norcross exit. Take a right and go until you see a sign that says Fouts Road. Turn right keep on going until the road ends. East Roswell should be on your left.
Emerson City Trail in Emerson City - Bike Trail: Ride down a singletrack trail that parallels the train-tracks. Directions: Take I-75 to Chastain Road (Exit 117). Turn left and follow all the way to Hwy. 41 (just past airport). Turn right on 41. Go north for about fifteen miles until you see a Emerson city sign. After you see that sign continue north until you cross a bridge over train tracks. Pull off to the right of the road immediately after the bridge.
Family Fun in Jekyll Island - Bike Trail: Doubletrack with loop configuration. Trail goes up to the far end and back. Mostly beach view asphalt and cement the entire route, short section through marsh, fishing piers, winding in areas, large trees woods good family ride 20 miles round trip. Directions: Take exit 36a interstate 95 to Jekyll Island, $3 bucks to get on go to the park on the South West side and hit the trail.
Farmington / Oconee Loop in Athens - Bike Trail: 5 miles of a loop track. Very up and down technical singletrack (mostly). Few long up or downhills, but enough to make it fun, and almost no flat stretches. What you get is a lot of dips and turns. This is a dynamic trail that runs along the Oconee River. It's short enough to do multiple loops, but long enough to make it fun. Directions: Coming from Athens, go down 441 south, through Farmington. Just past Farmington there is a large metal-looking pavilion on the right called the Oconee Exhibition area or something like that. You'll probably see some horse trailers, as I believe they have horse shows here, but I didn't see any evidence of horses on the trail. Pull around behind the pavilion and the trail begins to the left.
Ft. Mountain State Park - Bike Trail : 25-mile mountain bike trail. Doubletrack out and back trails for all skill levels. Beginners: (Lake Loop 1.1 mile) Intermediate: Gold Mine Loop (6.3 miles), Cool Springs (7 miles) Advanced: East West Loop (14 miles) There are loops for various types of riders, but I have found none of them to be particularly mountain bike friendly. Most of the trails start off downhill and you have to pay for a 1000 feet elevation change at the end. There are nice scenic views of the North Georgia mountains and even creeks and springs. Deer are common and if you're lucky, you won't run into any of the bears. The 11 downhill switchbacks on the Cool Springs Loop are the most exciting thing on these trails. There is an entrance fee to trail.
Ft. Yargo & Will-A-Way Recreation Area - Bike Trail: 15-mile doubletrack network trail. Very light technical for the beginner to warm up to. Don't expect any fast down hills or extremely steep up hills. Limited singletrack, some double and some power lines. Nice lake to take a dip in.
Georgia College Trails (or Hwy 49 Trails) in Milledgeville - Phone 912-452-3890
Bike Trail Description: 8 miles of tough terrain with 80% singletrack and 20% doubletrack trails. Gentle rolling paths through the pines become technical, twisting, rooty, rocky, steep, wet educations at the blink of an eye. Little known trails which need tough riders. There are maps of the trails at Oconee Outfitters in downtown Milledgeville. Directions: Turn West towards Macon on hwy 49 at the hwy 441 bypass junction around Milledgeville, Ga. Pass Baldwin H.S. on your right and go 1/2 mile up hwy 49 looking for a turn in to the right with a metal barrier blocking the dirt road. Park here, cross the barrier and ride.
Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers - Bike Trail : This 7-mile trail is a single track trail for advanced riders. These old Olympic trails will test your strength. The Georgia International Horse Park has the first-ever Olympic mountain biking course in the world. With 1,032 feet of elevation change, this unique course will give Park visitors over 8 miles of a truly exhilarating ride. The widely varied terrain also offers paralleling smooth surfaces for television equipment. The trails are open for public riding daily. Trail entrances are identified with a shelter that houses a large map of the trails as well as individual maps for you to take on your ride. Trails are open from daylight to dusk. On occasion, trails may be closed due to other events occurring at the Park. Please check the calendar of events on the website for dates the trails are closed.
Greenway Trail in Roswell - Bike Trail: 5 miles of mainly singletrack out and back trails.
Directions: Take 400 north to Mansell exit 8. Take a left onto North Point Parkway. Then take a right just after an Ethan Allen. Once parked, there is a walking trail. Just after it begins a mulch trail goes off to the right. Take this for a while and keep your eye out for a foot long foot and and a half feet gap. After going on this for awhile you will end up at some stairs to the walking trail. Go up the stairs. However, you may chose then go though the walking trail, and just by the start of the bride you should see some single track.
Gwinnette Street Trail in Savannah - Bike Trail: 3-mile singletrack loop trail. Fun, fun, fun trail. One section near the end is especially fun, series of ditches and jumps. Directions: Go down I-16 towards downtown Savannah. Get off Gwinnette Street exit, take left. go thru ghetto scene. go over railroad tracks and under the 516 overpass. Will be the next left.
Harbins Park - Phone: 770-822-5414 - Trails Hotline: 770-978-5270 - Address: 2995 Luke Edward Road, Dacula, Georgia 30019 - Park Hours: Sunrise until sunset unless posted otherwise. Park Amenities: 1795 acres. 4.35 mile pavied multi-purpose trailhoops. Miles of soft surface trails that include a 7-mile equestrian trail, 7-mile mountain biking trail and 4.5-mile hiking trail. Park also features a tri-level playground, large rustic pavilion, equestrian-only parking area and restrooms.
Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge in Savannah - Bike Trail: 2,824-acres. Pine and oak forests, open fields, freshwater ponds and salt marsh. The habitat attracts hundreds of painted buntings, endangered wood storks and other migratory birds. During summer, the refuge is home to one of the largest rookeries along the Georgia coast. Winter is an excellent time to see large concentrations of ducks, turkey, wintering birds and deer. The 4-mile Wildlife Drive is open to vehicles and there are several hiking and biking trails available. Some sections of the refuge are closed during breeding season. The refuge is open only during daylight hours. Located along the South Newport River in McIntosh Country
Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area - Bike Trail: 1.5 miles of bicycle and hiking trails. There is an entrance fee to this trail
Hays Mill Park - Amenities: Bike Trails, Flowerbeds-Gardens, Lake or Creek, Picnic Area, Walking Trail-Track and Restrooms. Located on Hays Mill Road, Carrollton, Georgia
Heritage Park in Athens - Bike Trail: 5-mile singletrack loop trail for all levels. Great ride pretty much something for everyone . I have only ridden it once, but it was very enjoyable and no traffic. The trail has a few minor uphills, some real fast downhills, a couple of creek crossings.
Directions: 441 south from Athens towards Madison, Heritage Park is on the right past the animal shelter approx. 10 miles south of Watkinsville, Georgia
Hickory Gap Campground - Seated alongside the sparkling Mill Creek trout stream, and just east of the community of Crandall, GA,  is a beautiful gem of a campground named after the Hickey family who once lived there. Sumac Creek Trail, which is approximately 15 minutes North on FS 17, is ideal for mountain biking.
Horn Creek in Augusta - Bike Trail: Over 5 1/2 miles of 90% singletrack and 10% doubletrack loop trails. A very good trail. Nice and smooth at times but can get a to some hills that are very long. Expect to see some roots, fallen trees, rocks, and dirt roads.
Directions: Take Fury's Ferry out to Modoc. Then in Modoc look for Highway 23. Take Highway 23 out 10 miles and Turn right at the Westside FireStation. Follow that road about 2000ft and turn on the first road on the left. Then follow that road out and turn right before the road turns into gravel. That takes u into the park. Ride to the park and get on another gravel road to your right and follow that to the end. The trials right at the end of the road.
Houston Valley OHV Trail System -Just west of Dalton lies the largest Forest Service OHV system of trails in Georgia. These very popular motorized trails offer something for everyone, from easy to difficult, in a wooded setting. Suitable for Motorbikes and all-terrain vehicles. These trails have been designed to provide a challenging, safe ride while protecting the environment. This part of the forest offers some of the finest scenery and fun outdoor recreational activities in north Georgia. Please stay on designated trails. Area has designated paved parking for 35 tow vehicles.  ADA loading ramp. ADA loading ramp and restroom available at the trailhead. Drinking water is provided by a fountain located at the trailhead parking lot. Open April 1 through December 31. Note: Trail is shared with motorized vehicles and mountain bikes.Mountain bikers please use caution due to two-way traffic from motorized off-highway vehicles.
Ingles Trails in Athens - Bike Trail: 25 miles of 85% singletrack and 15% doubletrack trails. Good all around trail with good technical downhill runs and great XC climbs too. Also has lots of good rooling terain with a good dirt jump also. Directions: Off Mitchel Bridge Rd. Behind the Ingles shopping center in Athens. Beside Cofers.
International Park - Park Amenities: Bike Trails, volleyball, tennis court(s), walking trails, playground, picnic areas, athletic fields, concession, pool, gymnasium, soccer field(s) and restrooms. Phone: 770-603-4005 - Address: 2300 Highway 138, SE, Jonesboro, Georgia
Iron Mountain Trail - Bike Trail: 12 mile trail suitable for Mountain Bikes, Hiking and Horseback Riding. Horse camping available adjacent to trialhead for low fee per night. Beginning at the Cottonwood Patch camping area, the trail fords the Conasauga River and passes through grassy wildlife clearings as it gradually ascends to a forest opening for a spectacular view of the rugged Cohutta Mountains. The trail continues over rolling terrain to its end on Forest Service Road 1. Free of charge. Contact Info : 706 695-6736 - Conasauga District Ranger Office, 3941 Highway 76, Chatsworth, Georgia 30705 - Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 12 noon and 1-4:30 pm. Directions: Take U.S. 411 north from Chatsworth and go 12.3 miles to Cisco. Turn right onto Old GA 2 and proceed 8.1 miles to the trailhead in the Cottonwood Patch camping area.
Jake and Bull Mountain Trail in Dahlonega - Bike Trail: This Trail System provides around 36 miles of recreational trails for equestrians, bicyclists and hikers. The system is made up of interconnecting dirt trails and gravel roads which are accessed by two trailheads. Elevations range from 1,700 to 2,500 feet.
Jekyll Island Bike Path in Jekyll Island - Bike Trail: Bike paths are generally in good condition, but because they wind through ocean forest, shallow roots pop up from time to time. When you are on the road, ride single file, as far to your right as possible. The ride includes 3 extensive picnic areas in maritime forests, with trails and boardwalks to the beach. Here and there throughout the island are lone benches and individual picnic tables at strategic spots. Along the ocean and in the picnic areas are rest rooms and outdoor showers. Directions: Jekyll Island, just south of Brunswick and midway between Savannah and Jacksonville, is 10 miles from I-95 (Exit 6). Take the Jekyll Island Causeway to the Ben Fortson Parkway on the island.
Lake Conasauga Overflow Campground - There is access to these bike trails. Windy Gap Cycle Trail 4.1 foot travel, mountain bike, and cycle trail. Milma Creek ATV Trail 3.9 mile mountain bikes and ATVs, accessible by Tibbs or Windy Gap trails. Tibbs ORV Trail 3.5 mile mountain bikes, ATVs and foot travel.
L H Thomson Trail in Macon - Bike Trail: 4 miles of loop trails. 90% singletrack and 10% doubleback. Trails are on the property of the company that makes Thomson posts and stems. Several shortish loops with some steep but short climbs and some nice runs around in the woods. Some sections can be moderately technical, with lots of roots and several log crossings. There are a couple bridged creek crossings and some nice tight twisties. Watch out for sand patches. Pick one of several loops and have a good time. There are currently trails being built and just enough traffic to keep the trails packed down. Worth riding, convenient and a little more rugged than the local average.
Directions: From Macon, take GA Hwy 247 south to Hwy 41 south (Industrial Parkway). Go about 1/2 mile past the railroad tracks and follow the green industrial park signs (on the left) to L.H. Thomson. Park at the right rear of the parking lot. The trail starts at the gap in the chain link.
Little Rock Wildlife Ride in Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge - Bike Trail: The bike ride of up is mostly on gravel roads, and is open during daylight hours year-round. A self-guiding brochure is available to interpret highlights along the 6-mile gravel road. Little Rock Wildlife Ride is open year-round during daylight hours except during deer hunting season, November - January. Directions: Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge is located in Middle Georgia, about 15 miles north of Macon. From Juliette, drive east across the Ocmulgee River for about 5 miles. Look for the "Little Rock" sign on your right.
Livesy Trail in Decatur - Bike Trail: 3 miles of loop trails for beginner riders. Very easy trail, doesn't take long at all. I like this trail because you can get good speed and there's a good view of the lake, because the trail surrounds the lake.
Directions: It's in Henderson Park.
Mabel White Trail - Bike Trail: 2.2 miles of fast pace technical singletrack. Beautiful creek side riding and landscape with a few small hills to climb and descend. Be respectful to the church upon whose land we ride. Directions: Take I-75 North from Macon to the Bass Road interchange. Take a left at end of ramp. Follow Bass Road in a western direction. Church is located on the left only one-half a mile from the interstate. Scrolling marquee sign at driveway. Go down driveway toward church, and look to park immediately on the right. Trailhead begins there. Follow signs.
MacIntosh Reserve in Whitesburg - Bike Trail: 7 miles of 80% singletrack and 20% fire and gravel road trails. Maintained by Carrol County, kept clean. Good aerobic workout, many moderately steep hills. Only a few technical areas. Trail used by horses, hikers and bikes. Please exercise caution and courtesy. Directions: From Atlanta follow I-20 East to Hwy. 5 south, Douglasville exit. Follow through Whitesburg traffic circle. From traffic circle approximately 2 miles on left.
Magnolia Springs State Park - Bike Trail: Mountain bike trails includes 5+ miles of mainly singletrack loop. Also has doubletrack and tripletrack. Bridge crossings, trail along the spring, logs, roots and a technical area near the sink hole. The loop trail offers excellent opportunity for speed. Great for a full day of exploring.
Mansell Road in Atlanta - Bike Trail: 11 miles of mainly singletrack roads. This trail will definitely improve your skill with its massive jumps and a nice creek bed to go down. Don't take any turn offs until you do down the first real down hill and run into THE jump. Its broken bone counter in at nine right now. Once you get the jump, do it, its all in you head. Go anyway you want, but before you leave, make sure to do the bridge. There are jumps spread all around the trail, do as many as you can handle. Directions: Take 400 N from Atlanta and exit right on exit 8. Then, go right into the Woodside Office Park. Take the first right into the parking lot and head towards the back right corner and you will pick up the trail.
Mistletoe State Park - Bike Trail: 3.5 miles of hiking and bicycle trails
Ocumlgee Bluff Horse, Bike and Hike Trail System - It is the jumping off point for the 30-mile Ocmulgee River Horse, Bike and Hiking Trail. This area has parking for a large number of vehicles and horse trailers and can accomodate large groups of riders.
Oconee Forest Park in Athens - Phone 706-542-2521 for info and directions
Bike Trail Description: 1.2 mile mountain bike trail. Begin the mountain bike trail at the southern entrance to the park and follow the signs. The trail traverses gravel roads and singletrack woods trails forming a clockwise loop.
Oconee Forest Ocmulgee Trail in Monticello - Bike Trail: Nice riding. Trail is six miles and pretty wide due to the years of horseback riding. There are several well made bridges on this trail over sizable creek crossings. You can take a climb toward Hwy 83, and loop back around, or head toward Wise Creek. The Wise Creek route has several tough climbs due to the railroad ties being utilized. It is a good trail for beginners. Be careful during deer hunting season. Directions: Take U.S. Hwy 23 (State Hwy 87) out of Macon which is commonly known as Riverside Dr. Follow this route to State Hwy 83 and take a right toward Monticello. Follow this route over the Ocmulgee River, and turn left on Forest Service Road 1099. Follow this dirt/gravel road for about 1 mile, and park in a designated horse trailer area on the left known as Ocmulgee Flats Hunt Camp.
Old Falcon Training Camp in Suwanee - Bike Trail: This is an old series of trails that have been re-discovered. Much of the trail has been raked lately, though some still needs raking, yet it is still very ridable. This is fast and fun. Gently rolling. Narrow at times. Its a great place for those in Atlanta not wanting to drive to Gainesville after work. Take some time and watch for the trails that shoot off. Directions: : Take I-85 north out of Atlanta. Exit at 111, Hwy 317/ Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road. Take a left at the top of the exit ramp. Turn left onto Satellite Blvd (third light after exiting 85). When you are on Satellite Blvd look right, you will see a building, a road then another empty industrial brick building (recently abandoned by Motorola), park in the Motorola parking lot. Ride across Satellite Blvd to the SysteMax/Global building, ride to the left of the building to the end of the parking lot, thru the grass into the back parking lot straight thru to the woods. The trailhead is on the far left end of the back of the Systemax lot.
Optimis Park - Amenities: Bike Trails, Lake or Creek and Walking Track-Trail. Located on Robert Hendrix Drive, Carrollton, Georgia
Panola Mountain State Park - 2600 Hwy 155, SW, Stockbridge, Georgia 30281
Phone 770-389-7801 at Tues-Fri at 9 am - 5 pm - Park Hours - Sep 15 - April 14 at 7 am - 6 pm (or dark) and April 15 - Sep 14 at 7 am - 9 pm (or dark). Bike Trail: 12-mile PATH Foundation Trail / Panola Mountain Trailhead - this paved trail connects Panola Mountain with Arabia Mountain and Stonecrest Mall. It is available for hiking, biking, skating and other non-motorized vehicle use. Directions: Located 18 miles southeast of Atlanta on Georgia Hwy 155 via I-20 Exit #68.
Paulding County WMA Trails in Dallas - Bike Trail: 5 miles of singletrack network trails. Trails are rough, ruts, fallen trees, washed out areas and sometimes deep creeks, but there are trails that go on forever on both sides of the silver comet, most land between McPherson Church Rd and the tunnel on the comet is public especially to the right of the comet, one fire road parallels comet for several miles on the right and has some good downhills and climbs, can also be picked up on right 200 yards past benches after McPherson. Good creek crossing trail to the right if you go back some that comes out on McPherson. Directions: Take silver comet trail W from 278 in Dallas, cross Mt. Olivet Road, cross McPherson Church Road, 2 miles to gravel fireroad on R, go L at intersection 1mile singletrack on right between the fireroad and RR tracks.
Peavine Creek in Atlanta - Bike Trail: 1 mile of singletrack loop trails. Very technical for intermediate and advanced riders. Directions: From Briarcliff Road/North Decatur Rd go north and take right on N. Emory Lane go about 3/4 miles or till house numbers 1440 N. Emory lane and look for trail on left. From Briar Cliff Road and North Druid Hills go south 2 miles past Kroger shopping plaza on left and past Fox Channel five take left on N. Emory lane go about 3/4 miles or till house numbers 1440 N. Emory Lane and look for trail on left.
Phinzy Swamp Nature Park Bike Trails in Augusta - There are four scenic trails and a long concrete bridge here for mountain bikers. These trails range from .1 mile to 1.1 mile in length. Access to these trails are free of charge.
Pine Mountain Recreation Area Trails - Trail Description Total 4.38 miles: East Loop 2.34 miles, West Loop 1.57 miles; 4 hours steady pace; compacted soil surface; moderate to difficult.
Pine Mountain is the newest recreation area in the City of Cartersville. The East Loop Trailhead connects the city to Lake Allatoona's shoreline and reaches 1,562 feet above sea level. The rugged and challenging trail development crosses Pine Mountain and Hurricane Hollow, so named by early miners. The land is part of the 13,000 acres that were originally the site of Mark Cooper's Iron Empire. The new West Loop Trailhead is now open at I-75 Exit 288, at the entrance to Komatsu. The West Loop connector will be completed in Spring 2009 that will tie the Pine Mountain Trails to Cooper's Furnace Nature Trail at the Etowah River. Pine Mountain Trails are open daily for hiking. Note: Mountain biking is allowed only on Wednesday and Saturday only. Bikers must follow color-blazed directional signs for those days, no exceptions. Mountain bikers must wear helmets. The trail is maintained by the City of Cartersville Parks & Recreation Department. The Trail Map does not show the West Loop Trailhead at I-75 Exit 288. Phone: 770-387-5626. Directions: I-75 Exit 290, east on GA 20. Right at traffic light onto Spur 20. Continue approximately four miles. The East Loop Trailhead access and parking area is on the right, just past the turn to Bartow Beach and Gatewood Park. Or, at I-75 Exit 288, go east, then right at Komatsu sign. Parking area for the West Loop Trailhead is on the left before entering Komatsu.
Pinhoti Trail in Georgia - Bike Trail: The Pinhoti Trail is one of the Southern Appalachian Mountain's premier long distance hiking trails, offering over 160 miles of recreation opportunities for hikers, backpackers, horse-riders, and mountain bikers in Georgia.
Pumping Station in Augusta - Bike Trail: 3 miles of singletrack loop trails. Lots of twists and turns, very few roots, a few fast gullies, and lots of neat views of the river. A great trail.
Directions: From I-20, take Riverwatch Parkway towards Augusta. When you get to downtown (stoplight in front of Smile Gas), go right. Take the next right and go across the bridge. Turn right again at the King Mill (or something close to that) factory and drive along the canal until you see the dirt road by the railroad tracks. Drive down the canal about 3 miles and park at the gate to the pumping station. Trail starts by the fence with the sign that says "Augusta Pumping Station". ALTERNATE: From Washington Rd., take Eisenhower Drive down to the baseball park. Park here and follow the railroad tracks across the canal to the pumping station.
Reed Bingham State Park - 542 Reed Bingham Road, Adel, Georgia 31620
Phone 229-896-3551 at 8 am - 5 pm - Park Hours - 7 am - 10 pm
Bike Trail Description: Bicycle rental and 7 miles of trails. Directions: Located 6 miles west of Adel on GA Hwy 37 via I-75 Exit #39, and 14 miles east of U.S. Hwy 319 in Moultrie.
Richard B. Russell State Park - Bike Trail Description: 6 miles of bicycle and hiking trails - Phone 706-213-2045 - Address- 2650 Russell State Park Rd., Elberton, Georgia 30635
Ridgeway Mountain Bike Trail in Ellijay - Bike Trail: 6 miles of loop trails. The Ridgeway mountain bike trail system is located in Ridgeway Park at Carters Lake. Riders pass through mountain vegetation along high ridges that overlook deep clear water, then descend to cross small creeks. Trail features include a mixture of single track and narrow logging roads along with challenging climbs, stream crossings and technical downhills.
Directions: From Atlanta: I-75 N to exit 293, then right on Hwy 411. Continue north on 411 and turn right at Hwy 136 then left just after railroad crossing (old Hwy 4 1). Continue on old Hwy 41 1 then turn right on Hwy 282/76. Turn right off 282/76 at the Ridgeway entrance sign.
Road and Trail Cyclery in Oxford - Bike Trail: 6 miles of singletrack in loop configuration for all skill levels. This trail has miles of singletrack and is one of the best-maintained courses in Atlanta area. Directions: Take I-20 to exit 46. Go west on 142 for 2.5 miles. Then turn right on Airport Rd. and follow signs for Road and Trail Cyclery.
Roberts Bike Camp OHV Trails - This 8-mile trail is located north of the City of Greensboro and is part of the Town Creek OHV Trail system. This trail is for 2-wheeled vehicles only and is designated as Loop A (Roberts Bike Camp). Amenities are picnic tables, a vault toilet and parking.
Rock Creek ORV Trails - This 4.7 mile trail is suitable for mountain bicycles, motorcycles and ATV's. This is a difficult trail for biking. Beginning along the banks of Falls branch, the loop trail quickly breaks away to start its steady climb to the crest of Tatum Lead. Sections of this trail are steep and rocky. This loop trail offers a challenging riding experience through scenic terrain. Reaching the mountain top, the trail merges with the Tatum Lead ORV Trail for a short distance before looping back through oak and history forest to the trailhead. Vehicles must be must be less than or equal to 50" wide. Rock Creek connects with Tatum Lead ORV Trail. There is no charge to ride on this trail system.
Rocky Flats OHV Trails - This 4.4 mile trail is suitable for ORVs, ATVs, mountain bikes and hiking. It offers a challenging and safe riding experience with many sharp curves. It follows a multi-purpose woods road over piney rides and through hollows of oak and yellow poplar forest. View timber stands in various states of development. Openings in the forest canopy offer vistas of grassy Mountain. A fee is required to ride on this trail system. Note: About 2.8 miles of the road on the eastern side is open to mixed traffic.
Sandy Ridge Park - 1200 Keys Ferry Rd, McDonough, Georgia - Park Amenities: BMX track, picnic pavilion with restrooms, 300- ft. baseball/softball field, basketball court, concession stand with restrooms, playground, paved walking/jogging track and tennis courts.
Selma Erwin Nature Trail in Milledgeville - Bike Trail: 4 miles of singletrack loop trails. This trail is loads of fun! It's fairly technical, and there are abundant climbs and descents. You won't leave unsatisfied. Directions: Go past Georgia college front campus, and continue through downtown Milledgeville. Go through three red lights, and at the third take a right, it'll be Hwy 112. (Georgia Military College will be on your right). Go down this road until you run into a stop sign. Take a left and drive approximately 4-5 miles. You'll see the prison up on your left after you cross a bridge. Begin to slow down, the trail entrance is on your right, not marked. Two tire tracks are visible. Follow these back (not far at all) and the trailhead will be right in front of you.
Silver Comet Trail in Powder Springs - Bike Trail: 40 miles of out and back paved roads. Very well kept trail and does have a few rules, easy to find and well marked. Good for beginners. Directions: Off I-20 to 278, follow 278 approx. 5 miles. Watch for signs on 278 at several places to park.
Silver Comet Trail in Smyrna - Bike Trail: 30 miles of various trails. Rails to trails project. Excellent for the whole family. Fun, bathrooms and mile markers, benches, trees, nature, creeks, tunnels, mostly paved. Now up to 30 miles with more to come will go all the way to Birmingham, Alabama. Directions: 285 to south Cobb Drive. Left on Concord Road approx 4 miles on right. this is about 2 miles into the trail. Access to the trail in many places through Cobb & Paulding county.
Skidaway in Savannah - Bike Trail: 4 miles of singletrack and out and back trails. Technical with a set of hills and valleys that make for good jumps. Ranges from easy to extreme. 3 bridges to pass over, numerous logs to jump, a switchback section, several fast sections.
Directions: From I-16 and I-95 take I-16 east go towards Savannah. Get off on 516 east. Go a ways (it will turn into DeRenne Avenue). Take a right onto Waters Ave. It is a ways down DeRenne. Follow Waters out a ways over two bridges until you reach the Landings Sub division. Take a right before Main Gate (or follow signs to marine institute) go down a long road. It will fork, stay to the right until the road ends. The trail will be to the left where there is a steal cable blocking it from motorist.
Smithgall Woods Conservation Area -Bike Trail: 22-mile bicycle and hiking trail that is closed for scheduled hunts - please call to reserve first.
Sope Creek Trail in Sandy Springs - Bike Trail: The Main Street trail is the only dirt trail that is open to bikes at this time. This is a doubletrack 2.5 mile out/ back trail. All singletrack is currently off limits to bikes. You can help us get additional mileage open by abiding by these rules! Please visit Sope Creek website for more information.
Directions From eastbound Interstate 285: Take exit 24, Riverside Drive. Left For 2.3 miles to Johnson Ferry Road. Left for 2.7 miles to the junction of Johnson Ferry Road and Paper Mill Road. Left onto Paper Mill Road for 2.2 miles, entrance will be on the left.
Directions From Interstate 75: Take exit 260, Windy Hill Road. If if northbound, take a Right onto Powers Ferry Road. If southbound, take a left onto Powers Ferry Road. Left for .9 miles to Terrell Mill Road Right on Terrell Mill Road for 1.6 miles to ‘right’ turning lane for Paper Mill Road. Unit will be on right 1.1 miles down the road.
South East Georgia Mountian Trails in St. Simons - Bike Trail: 2 miles of singletrack network trails. 6 main trails in proximity to a creek. Directions: Go down Fredireca Road to Glenn Haven across form fire station. Take left and then take your first left. Trail is at end of road.
South Fork Trail - Cohutta Ranger District - Phone 706-695-6736 - Note: Suitable for Mountain Bikes, Hiking and Horseback Riding - Bike Trail: 2.6 miles length. From its southern end near a horse camping area, the trail winds through fields and hardwood forests along the south fork of the Jacks River. It fords the river once before ending at Forest Service Road 126A. Wildlife sightings are a common occurrence in the grassy meadows. This is a good ride for novice mountain bikers and horse riders. The Benton MacKaye hiking trail merges with this trail for a short distance. Directions: Take GA 5 northwest from Blue Ridge for about 4 miles. Turn left (west) at the Watson Gap directional sign onto Old GA 2 and travel 10.5 miles to the 4-way intersection at Watson Gap. Turn left onto Forest Service Road 64 and go 4.2 miles to the trailhead. Parking is available just past the trailhead in the Jacks River Field camping area.
Stonewall Falls & White Twister Bike Trail - Rated moderate on difficulty, the Stonewall Falls & White Twister Bike Trails offer cyclists and hikers alike a rewarding 7.8 mile loop on a dirt trail, criss-crossing the Stonewall Creek. The forest provides a canopy which provides shade and relief from summer heat.  This trail is also a favorite for night-riding.
Tallulah Gorge State Park in Tallulah Falls - Bike Trail: 20 miles of nature hiking and mountain bicycle trails. The trail is a multi-use hiking and mountain biking trail. 1.7-mile paved “Rails to Trails” path. This moderately difficult out-and-back trail system has a 2 mile moderately technical section of trail called the High Bluff trail. It terminates into older road beds which become the Stoneplace trail and descends to the Stoneplace boat ramp on Lake Tugalo. Once you get to the boat ramp, the ride back is all ascending. Lake Tugalo is a primitive lake formed by the Chattooga and Tallulah rivers.
Tatum Lead ORV Trails - Enjoy 5.5 miles of forest trails that are suitable for mountain bicycles, motorbikes, ATVs and 4-wheel drive vehicles. The trail follows an old woods road along the ridge line of Tatum Mountain throughout dense forest. The trail dead ends to the south at a mound of direct on the government property boundary.
The Trails at the Beach in Clayton County - Bike Trail: 8 miles of well-maintained singletrack and doubletrack network trails. The trails are rated by color-trail signs. These trails have something for every different skill-level mountain biker. Directions: From Atlanta: Take I-75 South to Exit 75 (Highway 138), turn right (west), go two miles to red light, turn left into Clayton County International Park, go .4 mile to bike trails parking sign, turn right into gravel parking lot. There is a trail map at the trailhead.
Thompson Bike Trail in Macon - Bike Trail: 4 miles of 90% singletrack and 10% doubletrack loop trails. Great trail for those interested in Mountain Biking. The trail is close to 4 miles long and growing with the help of a very active maintenance crew. Expect some fast down hills and some good climbs that will try your granny gear, especially if you're new to riding. Directions: From Macon, take Pio Nono exit from I-75, turn right (south) at US 41 and follow US 41 to Avondale Mill Road.
Tom Triplet in Pooler - Bike Trail: 3 intertwined loops of 3.5 miles, 5 miles and 6.5 miles. Trail is mostly flat. Some minor up's and downs, ditch crossings. Old rice dikes remnants of old liquor stills old home site. Old Savannah Ogeechee barge canal. Wildlife and park recreation. Lots of technical turns and loads of fun. Great way to tour this historic area. Directions: At I-95 and Hwy 80 go east on hwy 80 approx. 2.5 miles look for Tom Triplett Park sign on right. Trail head on left after railroad tracks.
Town Creek OHV Trails - Bike Trail: The trail consists of 15 miles of trails in two loops, one for ATV's and one for motorcycles and bicycles. This double loop trail has numerous creek crossings in the rolling piedmont of middle Georgia. It starts at a hunt camp. We ask that you do not ride when it is wet for safety and environmental reasons.
Tribble Mill Park in Lawrenceville
Phone: Info & Rentals: 770-822-5414 - Trails Hotline: 770-978-5270
Address: 2125 Tribble Mill Parkway, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30045 - Directions: I-85 N from Atlanta, to 316 N, Exit on 120 right to Jackson St, right, Road turns into New Hope Rd, and Tribble Mill park is about 7 miles on the right.
Park Hours: Sunrise to sunset unless posted otherwise
Park Amenities: 700 Acres - 2 lakes, 108-acre recreation lake and a 40-acre fishing lake (non-motorized boats allowed). A generous open space named Ozora Meadows that accommodates up to 3500 people for large events. Ozora Meadows has a large handicap-accessible playground, pavilion, an outdoor amphitheater area, restrooms, and water and electricity connections. Also has lakeside pavilions, grill restrooms, 3.4 miles of paved multi-purpose trails, 12 miles of soft-surface trails for horseback riding and mountain biking. Bike Trails are singletrack and doubletrack. There are various trails that crisscross around 2 Lakes making several loop options.
Victoria Bryant State Park - Phone 706-245-6270
1105 Bryant Park Rd., Royston, Georgia 30662 at 8 am - Noon and 1-5 pm
Park Hours - 7 am - Dark Bike Trail Description: 8 miles of bicycle and nature hiking trails.
Directions: Located 2 miles north of Franklin Springs on GA Hwy 327. From Atlanta, take I-85 Exit 160 and follow signs.
Waterworks Trail in Atlanta - Bike Trail: 6 miles of singletrack network trails. The trails here are some of the best, truly intown riding, that Atlanta has to offer. Directions: From I-85 south, exit left on to North Druid Hills Rd. Proceed to Clairmont Rd and make a right. Then make a left onto Mason Mill Rd. From there go to the bottom of the hill until you see an old, muddy road that leads to some rail road tracks. Cross the tracks and and down a little path goes past some ruins of an old, and then cross a bridge. The trails proceed in either direction with lots of other trails that branch off of them.
Watson Mill Bridge State Park - Bike Trail: 5-mile bicycle trails to Watson Mill Covered Bridge
Watson Mill Covered Bridge
White Twister in Clayton - Bike Trail: 4 miles of singletrack loop trails. From the main parking lot, backup 100 yards on the road you came in on. Loop starts on the lower side of the road. Follow the trail and you will cross ridges and realize the trail name is appropriate. Just before the exit to the pay station, you will have some aggressive climbs. From the top of the ridge you now go from the highest point on the trail to the lowest. Cross the bridge, go through the ferns, along root ridge and down to the old railroad bed. The last section travels an old railroad bed along Stonewall Creek. When the trail intersect with US Forest Service Road 20, turn right and return to the parking lot. Directions: This trail is located in the Stonewall Falls Loop area. From Clayton, travel South on Hwy 441/23/15 for 2.5 miles and turn right on the Tiger Connector. Continue 1 mile and turn left at the 4-way stop. Go South on Hwy Old 441 for 2-1/2 miles and turn right onto US Forest Service Road 20. The parking lot is 1.25 miles on US Forest Service Road 20.
Windridge ATV Park Trail - Bike Trail: Scenic 5.4 miles of mostly singletrack with varied terrain and several switch back climbs and descents. Now open to the more advanced rider, two new miles of trails bringing total to just over 7 mile! The course is open to the public weekends from dawn till dark. There is a trail maintenance fee. Directions: From Atlanta take I-85 South to Newnan/Shennandoah Exit. Go down expressway ramp to traffic light and turn right. Go to 2nd light and turn right onto Hi-way 34 by-pass. Follow by-pass around the north side of town until it starts to turn south and get off on Welcome Rd. Exit (about 7 miles). Ramp turns of to the left and intersects Welcome Road. Turn Left onto Welcome Road and go to four way stop (about 6 miles). You will pass Welcome Store in 1 mile, and then the name of the road changes to Handy Road in about three miles and at the four way stop it changes to Martin Girl Rd. From the four way stop proceed two miles down Martin Girl Road, and turn right (North) onto Glover Pond Road. Go 1 mile, Mailbox (420) on left and driveway to home, sign in, and get map of trails.
Windy Gap, Milma, Tibbs OHV Trails - These 12 miles of trails begin as a multi-purpose woods trail. They eventually change to a narrow, steep pathway as you climb 2000 feet to the top of Grassy Mountain. Trails end at an upper trailhead on Forest Service Road 68. Follow the trail up a narrow ridge line and cross a high-mountain stream to complete the trip. Much of the trail is steep, narrow and rocky.
Woodstock Trails in Woodstock - Bike Trail: Singletrack trails. Great ride if you want to lose the crowds at Blankets creek. Wide, flat fire roads along the river with many ATV trails branching off. Directions: Woodstock trails can't be accessed by Hwy5. Go N on 575 to exit 6, take a right on N. Rope Mill Rd. Take this until it hits gravel, continue to gate. Park at the gate, ride road to the river and take a left. Alternate directions to another part of the trail: The good stuff is on the other side of the river where you made the left turn. Go north on I-575, and exit at exit 5. Turn right on Townlake Pkwy. and turn left at the first light onto Hwy. 5. Go aprox. 200 yards, just prior to the railroad crossing, and turn left onto Ropemill Rd. Follow Ropemill Rd. aprox. 1 1/2 miles until you are about to cross a viaduct (bridge) across 575. Follow down to parking area near river. You are now directly across river from aforementioned left turn.
Yellow River Park in Stone Mountain - Bike Trail: 10 miles of singletrack loop trails. Trails are some of the most heavily visited in the area. Yellow River Park was adopted by mountain bikers after environmental regulations and restrictions on cross-basin transfer of water led to the abandonment of the original plans. Well maintained. Mountain bikers and equestrians cross paths in a few places but the trails are separate. Please respect the privilege we all share in using this trail.
BMX Tracks
Noonday Park - Park Amenities: 12 Soccer fields, 2 Soccer practice fields, 2 Football fields-Soccer fields, Picnic pavilion, Playground, BMX track, 2 Concession buildings and Meeting room. Programs Offered: Youth Soccer, Youth Football, Adult Soccer and BMX Racing.
Phone: 770-591-3160 - Address: 489 Hawkins Store Road, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
Sandy Ridge Park - Park Amenities: 34 Acres in size, BMX Track, 1 Lighted Baseball Field, 2 Tennis Courts, .8 Mile Paved Walking-Jogging Track, Outside Basketball Courts, 3 Lighted Softball Fields, 2 Picnic Pavilions, 2 Playground Areas, 2 Concession Stands and Gazebo. BMX Association: Bicycle Motocross Track BMX holds races out of the Sandy Ridge Park. Phone: 770-288-7300 - Address: 1200 Keys Ferry Rd, McDonough, Georgia 30252
Wild Horse Creek Park - Park Amenities: 6 Softball fields, Baseball field, Soccer/football field, BMX track, Equestrian facility, 5 Concession buildings, Playground, Horseshoe pit, Fishing pond, Ron Anderson Recreation Center, Ron Anderson Community Center, 4 Tennis courts, Picnic pavilion and Walking trail. Programs Offered: Youth Softball, Tennis, BMX and Equestrian. - Visit Ron Anderson Recreation Center Phone:770- 528-8890 - Address: 3820 Macedonia Road, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127

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