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Trails In The Southeast...

I was poking around on the Southern 4WD Association website and found a list of trails in the Southeast.

Thought it might be pretty handy.

http://www.sfwda.org/trails/


Alabama

* Grayrock, near Gardendale, Al http://www.grayrockorv.com/
* Morris Mountain, near Anniston, Al http://www.morrismountainorv.com/
* Wilborne Offroad, near Hanceville, Al http://www.myspace.com/wilbornoutdoors
* Mountainside Offroad Park, Gadsden, Al http://www.mountainsideoffroadpark.com/
* Stoney Lonesome ORV Park, Cullman, Al http://www.co.cullman.al.us/orv_info.html (set to open March 1, 2009)
* Choccolocco Mountain, Jacksonville, GA http://www.choccoloccomountain.com/
* Hawk Pride Mountain Offroad Park. Tuscumbia AL http://www.hawkpridemountainoffroad.com/

Arkansas (Well, its kinda in the southeast....)

* Superlift ORV Park near Hot Springs, Ar, http://www.orvpark.com/

Florida

* Where to Ride Off-highway Vehicles In Florida: http://www.floridaohv.org/ohv_locations.html
* Ocala National Forest (various locations) - http://www.fs.fed.us/r8/florida/ocal...p=1.1.4.1#maps

Georgia

* River Rock ORV Area, near Milledgeville, Ga http://www.riverrockorv.com/
* Beasley Knob near Blairsville, Ga, http://www.fs.fed.us/conf/rec/ohv/beasley.shtml
* Anderson Creek OHV Area, near Amicalola Falls State Park - Temporarily closed by the Forest Service in 2003. Update - Anderson Creek was permanently closed by the USFS in 2008.
* Rich Mountain Road, near Ellijay, Ga - This trail has been closed by the Forest Service since 2004. (see a pattern here?)
* Bell Mountain – closed by the Forest Service in 2005

Kentucky

* Harlan, Kentucky, http://www.harlancountytrails.com/
* Lockport, Kentucky, http://www.hillznhollarz.com/

Louisana

* Catahoula Recreation, near Sicily Island, LA, http://www.dirtbikeatvrecreation.com

Mississippi

* Barnyard Boggers, Fulton, Mississippi, http://www.barnyardmudboggers.com/


North Carolina


* Uwharrie ORV Area, near Troy, NC, http://www.nagca.com/grandtrails/Uwharrieohvarea.htm
* Tellico ORV Area, between Murphy NC and Tellico Plains, Tn, http://www.sfwda.org/trails/tellico/index.html

South Carolina

* Gulches Off Road Vehicle Park, Laurens County, SC, http://www.gulchesorvpark.com/

Tennessee

* Brimstone Recreation Area, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee, http://www.brimstonerecreation.com/
* Royal Blue WMA, La Follette, Tn - http://www.state.tn.us/twra/gis/misc...pMarch2007TWRA[1].pdf, also see http://www.rideroyalblue.com/
* Callalantee Mountain City, TN, http://www.cnc4x4.org/trails/callalantee_tr.htm
* Wooley's Offroad, near Lewisburg, Tn, http://www.woolysoffroad.com/
* Wheelin in the Country (Also often called "Summertown") near Lawrenceburg, Tn, http://www.wheelininthecountry.com/
* Mayhem Offroad Park, near Viola, Tn (no website yet, contact zukezilla@yahoo.com for info)
* Coal Creek OHV Area (also known as Windrock) near Oliver Springs, Tn, http://www.coalcreekohv.com/
* Turkey Bay OHV area at Land Between the Lakes, http://www.lbl.org/OHVTrails.html
* 143 Offroad, Hurricane Mills, Tn, http://143offroad.com (appears to be closed at the moment...)
* Coon Creek ORV Park, Dyersburg, Tn, http://www.ccorv.com/
* Golden Mountain OHV Park, Sparta TN http://www.goldenmountainohvpark.com/
* Adventure Off Road Park http://adventureoffroadpark.com/

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yes Beasley in Ga is pretty nice for the $5 they charge
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Here you go Mels. Another one to add to the list for Alabama

Hawk Pride Mountain Offroad Park. Tuscumbia AL http://www.hawkpridemountainoffroad.com/


BTW this should be a sticky

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I wouldnt consider Arkansas in the SE at all, more like a south central. There is also a place just right across the MO border called Bricks offroad park. Lots of mud and a decent amount of trails. Not in the SE but again, neither is Arkansas.

The quickest way from point A to point B, is through the mud.
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I was thinking RITS next year should be in SC http://www.gulchesorvpark.com/ we haven't had one in SC yet.

1)FL-2003/Ocala
2)TN-2004/WITC
3)AR-2005/Super Lift
4)NC-2006/Uwharrie
5)NC-2007/Tellico (did two in NC because we wasn't sure how long Tellico would be open and it is a must in off roading)
6)GA-2008/River Rock
7)AL-2009/MSORP
8)?-2010/Gulches??? Makes sense?

Oh and I stuck the thread nice find Mels!
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That would be fun. Good call Dale. We were talking at RITS where the next one should be.

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Thanks Patty..

I figure the Carolina guys have traveled around 5+ hours the last 2 years to make it. I figure give them a break this time.. I would like to hear from the carolina guy on what the place is like...
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Great sticky. I would like to join ya'll in some of you trips whenever I get my truck ready. Is there anywhere closer to Mobile, AL where people do some serious riding? Just trying to find some new spots.
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http://boggsandboulders.com/html/directions.html

I need to re-upload this file with all the new parks I've marked, but it has a bunch right now.

http://home.comcast.net/~steve_83/KMZs/DixieTrails.kmz
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yes Beasley in Ga is pretty nice for the $5 they charge
How tough are the trails? I may take a ride up there this weekend for some FOTM pic whoring pictures...

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I heard they are very washed out. I would really like to know because of how close they are.
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How tough are the trails? I may take a ride up there this weekend for some FOTM pic whoring pictures...
Last I heard - and that's been awhile - the stuff up there is pretty hard core and nearly impossible when wet. But I've never seen it myself, just what I've heard. I think Paul [FordTruckMan] has been up there, but not sure.


From the website: Many of the trails within this system are classed as difficult to most difficult. This area is recommended for experienced riders only.

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Last I heard - and that's been awhile - the stuff up there is pretty hard core and nearly impossible when wet. But I've never seen it myself, just what I've heard. I think Paul [FordTruckMan] has been up there, but not sure.


From the website: Many of the trails within this system are classed as difficult to most difficult. This area is recommended for experienced riders only.
Yeah I saw what the website said... Thats why I was asking. Its been raining the last couple of days, more expected... I may ride up there and just look around. Its not that far for me. Anyone want to go?

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Another one for FL is Hardrockmx park.


The colaboration between claycounty4x4 and Glen (the owner of Hardrock) has made alot of changes to the 4x4 trails part of the park.
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Yeah I saw what the website said... Thats why I was asking. Its been raining the last couple of days, more expected... I may ride up there and just look around. Its not that far for me. Anyone want to go?
Beasley Knob is a mix of moderate, to difficult to "yeah right!!!" ("the wall"). Biggest obstacle is that Fullsize rigs can expect some body rub from the trails due to the fact that they are very narrow. Wheelbase wise, an FSB will do just fine, it's just the width that'll get ya. I've been up there a couple different times. Once when it was dry (fun as hell) and once when it had rained hard a couple days before....sucked (stayed stuck most of the day and pulled alot of cable) If it rains hard for a week or so, they'll close

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Yeah I saw what the website said... Thats why I was asking. Its been raining the last couple of days, more expected... I may ride up there and just look around. Its not that far for me. Anyone want to go?
Beasley Knob is a mix of moderate, to difficult to "yeah right!!!" ("the wall"). Biggest obstacle is that Fullsize rigs can expect some body rub from the trails due to the fact that they are very narrow. Wheelbase wise, an FSB will do just fine, it's just the width that'll get ya. I've been up there a couple different times. Once when it was dry (fun as hell) and once when it had rained hard a couple days before....sucked (stayed stuck most of the day and pulled alot of cable) If it rains hard for a week or so, they'll close

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Hey who ever mentioned Hardrockmx park...how is it there. I've heard bout it from a few people now just havent taken a ride up there yet. It must be pretty nice they ask like 30 a day dont they?
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Thanks for all of the information. It is appreciated.
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Anyone know any good trails or cool dirt roads that would make a good day trip around North GA.. The list above isn't exactly what I'm looking for.
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