Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts can find plenty of opportunities on Georgia's two National Forests to practice their rigorous sport. The Chattahoochee National Forest located in North Georgia, and the Oconee National Forest located in Central Georgia, are popular with individuals and family groups that want a scenic and often challenging ride within the National Forest.
Off Highway Vehicles are defined as any motorized vehicle that travels off paved roads for recreational purposes. OHV's include: motorbikes such as mini-bikes, dirt bikes, enduros and motor cross bikes; four-wheel drive vehicles such as jeeps, land rovers, and pickups; all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) such as the popular four-wheelers; and dune buggies. Different trail systems accomodate different types of vehicles. Please read the specific information on each trail system page that describes the vehicles for which the trail is suitable. If you vehicle is not listed please don't plan to ride it on that trail system.
NOTICE: Partial Closure. The Hudon Loop Trail (181W) and the Hudon Spur Trail (181V) are now CLOSED due to public safety concerns and unacceptable resource damage. Click the trail map icon to the right to see specific trails that are closed.
Length: 22.7 miles. Closed January 1 through March 31.
A fee is required to ride on this trail system.
SUITABLE FOR - Motorbikes, all-terrain vehicles (No pick-ups or four-wheel drive vehicles allowed). Vehicles with more than 50" width are not allowed.
These trails have been designed to provide a challenging, safe ride while protecting the environment. Please stay on designated trails. Unlicensed drivers can ride on the designated trails if accompanied by a licensed adult (unlicensed drivers must stay off public roads or open Forest Service roads).
Contact this local office for more information:
3941 Highway 76
Chatsworth, GA 30705
Phone: 706 695-6736
Fax: 706 695-1872
Office hours: Mon. - Friday, 8:00 - 4:30