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Best Places to ride ATVs: Georgia Edition

Here are some awesome ATVs Parks in Georgia our team at DRR found for you!



1. Alma MX park

In south central Georgia where routes 23 and 32 meet is Alma. This small track just a few miles outside of the small town features a 1 mile clay track with 16 jumps. Designed for beginners this is a good place to learn, visit their website here


2. Durhamtown Off Road Park

From something small to something much much bigger. Durhamtown is the largest off road park in the southeast over 150 miles of 1-way trails and acres of free style courses. Durhamtown has a repair shop and a large selection of rentals. They have on site camping as well. Durhamtown is perfect for the off road enthusiasts weekend getaway, visit their website here



3. Fat Daddy's ATV Park

Just 20 minutes down route 23 from number 1 ALMA MX is Fat Daddys. Located in Waycross, GA Fat Daddy's has over 500 acres of ATV trails, sand and mud courses. They have ATV wash stations and shower facilities to clean up after a long day. There is camping allowed but no hookups, visit their website here



4. Iron Mountain Park

In Georgia Wine Country at the southern tip of the Chattahoochee park is Iron Mountain. With 150 miles of trails through over 4,000 acres of dense forest this park in Northern GA has great trails. With plans to expand to cabins and an onsite restaurant Iron Mountain is a great place to learn a lot about living and a little about ATV riding, visit their website here



5. Oakey Mountain

Also in Chattahoochee National Forest is Oakey Mountain trails. Just south of Lake Burton Oaker Mountain is actually two separate trails, Oakey and Moates Knob. These narrow trails through the rocks and trees of the forest are great for experienced riders. There is a 48” axle limit, visit their website here



6. Highland Park Resort

Mainly a bike park, Highland still has several ATV accessible trails. Out of 41 trails 24 are atv accessible. Located southeast of Cedartown and east of Atlanta on Culp Lake road off of 278, visit their website here



7. Houston Valley

Almost in Tennessee, only 25 miles outside of Chattanooga. Houston has 25 miles of trails with ranges from easy to difficult tracks that have steep climbs and muddy river crossings. This trail will close after rain due to flooding and has an axle limit of 50”, visit their website here



8. Moccasin Creek Off Road Park

In Southeast GA in the triangle between Hoboken, Blackshear and Waycross is Moccasin Off Road Park. Moccasin Creek has 500 acres of trails, mud pits and even wash for your ATVs. There is an event calendar full of concerts and holiday weekend rides. Moccasin Creek has on site camping as well, visit their website here



9. Rockcrusher Farm

At the corners of Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee Rockcrusher Farm has 20 miles of trails on 560 acres of land. They also have 15 miles of 5 diamond rated trails and extreme hill climbs for the most advanced of riders. They do not have a regular schedule so call ahead for hours, visit their website here



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