ATV and ORV Trails in Blue Ridge, GA


Local OHV Trails in North Georgia Mountains

Off-roading is a pastime around the North Georgia Mountains. Whether you have an ATV, UTV or a dirt bike; a Jeep, Land Rover or a 4x4 truck - there are plenty of places to ride off-road in and around Blue Ridge, Georgia.

Please note: Our company does not rent out ATVs, and unfortunately there are no companies in the area that do. There are several trails in the area, but you must bring your own ATVs.

Do not ride ATV's around your Blue Ridge vacation cabin rental. These roads are privately or county maintained roads, and ORV’s are prohibited. Also it is nice to be considerate of other homes/owners/cabins/guests in the area.


The following trails are located within close proximity to Blue Ridge, GA and offer easy to strenuous rides.


Anderson Creek ORV Trail

Anderson Creek ORV Trail offers about 5 miles of trails which are suitable for all-terrain vehicles. These trails have several spurs that dead end.

Length: 5 Miles

Rating: Moderate

Open to: All types of all-terrain vehicles


From Ellijay (if you're staying at our Hidden Valley Lodge or Birchwood Lodge), 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 Knob OHV/ORV Trail

Many of the trails within this area are classed as difficult to most difficult. This area is recommended for experienced riders only. This trail is for experienced steep mountain terrain drivers as it offers a wide variety of challenging rides....