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With an assortment of wooden and mountainous terrain, it's no wonder Georgia features a variety of off-road ATV riding parks. And since most parks offer primitive or RV camping, riders can turn the activity into a weekend event. If you are looking for a place to ride in Central or Southeastern Georgia, here are four parks that won't let you down.

Central Georgia

Aonia Pass Motocross Park

Situated in Washington, Georgia, Aonia Pass Motocross Park is open seven days a week for ATV and motocross fun. With a regular practice schedule Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to dark and an open practice on weekends, the main motocross track is prepped regularly with mulchy dirt and wet sawdust that keeps the dust down. The track hosts scheduled events, such as the 2012 American Suzuki Best in Georgia Series and the 2012 Tough Mudders Event. It offers weekend rides for those who want to camp and ride with friends.

Located 15 minutes from I-20 on U.S. Hwy 78 near Washington, Aonia Pass is one of the most popular motocross and off-road racing facilities around. For just $35 a night, 147 full RV hookups include water, sewer and electricity. Parties can call ahead to reserve a spot or show up on a first come, first served basis. Featuring bath houses for men and women as well as a concession stand filled with drinks, snacks, breakfast and lunch items, the 600-acre park can accommodate plenty of riders. Several restaurants and hotels, including Red Land Motel and Jameson Inn, are also located five minutes from the track.

The ride fee is $20, and wearing a helmet while riding is required.
Creek Bottom ATV Park

Creek Bottom ATV Park lies approximately 15 miles west of Ashburn, Georgia, on 1,300 acres of mud, water and trails. The park boasts its lit mud pits, bridges, free hot showers and primitive camping, but bars the use of 3-wheelers, rails, buggies and vehicles with car motors. If riding here is your first choice, sell your restricted ride at atvquadswap.com and opt for a permitted ATV or UTV. With regular weekend events, including a booty hunt, costume contest and live band for Halloween, Creek Bottom ATV Park has many fans.

The park has plentiful terrain and seeing wildlife is common. Riders must stay on the marked courses and in designated areas, and vehicles going on trail rides must have working head and tail lights. There is a mandatory speed limit of 5 mph, and those who are 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult. Riding or not, every person must pay to be on the property.
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Southeastern Georgia

H&H ATV Ride Park

H&H ATV Ride Park sits on more than 40 acres along the banks of Goose Creek in Jesup, Georgia. Known for its family oriented fun, the park boasts lush acres of pure ATV riding fun and bans alcohol, drugs and profanity. Open from daylight to dark seven days a week, admission is $10 per person over the age of six. Upon entrance, each person must sign a wavier, including parents signing for children under 18. Pets are welcome.

The park packs trail riding, swimming, fishing, and off-road riding into its grounds, with drag racing, hill climbing and mud bogging for novice to extreme riders. While RV hookups are available, primitive camping is free with paid park admission, and permanent bathrooms can be found in the park. Picnic tables litter the grounds and nature walks along the banks of the beautiful black water of Goose Creek are a family favorite.

East Coast Off-Road Park

Located in Hortense, Georgia, East Coast Off-Road Park is 450 acres of riding pleasure, complete with lakes, trail riding, fishing and mud. With free lakeside camping and hot clean showers, the park is open weekends from 9 a.m. on Friday until 6 p.m. on Sunday. All ATVs, golf carts, dirt bikes and motorcycles are required to have a minimum 4 ft. sand safety flag, and flags and bolts are sold at the gate for $10. Hosting a variety of events, the park already has a Trucks Gone Wild event planned for April 2013.
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