ATV Trails in Blue Ridge, GA
ATV Trails in the area:
Do not ride ATV's around your cabin, as these road are privately maintained roads, as well as having consideration for other cabins/guests in the area.
The following trails are located within close proximity to Blue Ridge, and offer easy to strenuous rides.
Anderson Creek ORV Trail - Length: 10.0 miles
Anderson Creek ORV offers about 5 miles of trails which are suitable for all-terrain vehicles. These trails have several spurs that dead end.
From Ellijay, take GA 52 east for 7 miles to Cartecay Methodist Church. Turn left on County Road 1.6 (Roy Road) and go 8.5 miles to Tickanetley Church Road. Turn right and go 2 miles past the church to Forest Service Road 357. Turn right and go 2 miles to the first ORV trail.
Beasley Know ORV Trail - Length: 10.8 miles
This trail is for experienced steep mountain terrain drivers as it offers a wide variety of challenging rides.
This trail has a well-developed system of 8 interconnecting trails (listed below) offering a total of 10.8 miles and a wide variety of riding challenges. Riding Is Allowed On Developed Trails Only. Most trails are considered difficult due to steep terrain. The trails are most suited to experienced drivers who are skilled in mountain terrain driving. Inexperienced drivers are strongly urged to select other trails.
Take U.S. 76 / Appalachian Development Highway (APD) 515 east from Blairsville for 4 miles. Turn right on Forest Service Road 745. Follow this road 1.1 miles to the parking lot. Visitors should stop by the Brasstown Ranger District office for more information on these trails.
1. Access Trail (93A)
7. Nicholson Gap (83C)
Davenport Trail - Length: 5 miles
This trail loops around Davenport Mountain with some moderate grades and offers views of Nottely Lake.
The Davenport Mountain OHV Trail System (Davenport Mountain Trail & Davenport Mountain Trail Spur) offers an easy section and sections marked as more difficult and most difficult.
Riders must stay on the trail.
Caution: The trail crosses a road at two places. Watch for other vehicles on the road at these crossings.
Take US 19 and 129 north from Blairsville for 2 miles. Turn left on Pat Colwell Road and go 8 miles. Turn right on Forest Service Road 143 and go 0.75 mile to a trailhead parking area on the left.