My cousin lives in Dallas Georgia and he helps run an atv park called Highland Park, it's just mostly trails but he said it's probably about an hour and a half from you and the website is: www.highlandparkresort.com
if you want to check it out.
I headed out there yesterday with a couple of my buddies. Nice place. Good woods trails, well marked and some are fairly technical. Now the negative, no mud, bridges over the creeks and half the trails are motorcycle only. It is definately a new set up as they are still doing construction on the facilities. There is no wash station or shower station yet so bring you something to knock the dust off. I think this is a really nice park to ride if you like trail riding.
GREAT! I'll call my cousin and give him the "review"!! I'm sure they like the suggestions!
I asked him if there was any mud and he said no, they were "thinking" about putting in some muddy places but with the mud usually comes the people like us!! They are worried about the liability! I told him their liability is MUCH worse with the quads racing around than with us mudder's puttsing around and trying out mudholes!!! So we shall see!!!
Made a trip a few weeks ago to Creek Bottom. The mud was very good even though it had not rained in a couple of weeks. The trails that were made through the planted pines were tight for the bigger atv's, but overall a GREAT experience!
Went to Whissenhunt today in Dahlonega. A very good ride and would recommend it! It has a little bit of everything. Some trails are very good to keep up your skills!
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