Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest

When it comes to the best ATV riding in Georgia, the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests must be part of the conversation.

The combined area of these two forests covers over 1 million acres spanning several counties, with over 800 miles of at least a dozen different ATV trails and UTV trails. These forests are broken into ranger districts, and each has its own systems of trails. For instance, the Blue Ridge district in the center of Chattahoochee offers Beasley Knob OHV Trails with 11 miles of some of the most challenging ATV riding Georgia has to offer, over dirt trails, rock hill climbs and gravel roads. Davenport Mountain OHV Trails has a six-mile trail that is great for beginning riders, and Whissenhunt OHV Trails offers over 12 miles of forest trails suitable for novice and intermediate 4-wheeler riding. In Georgia wine country, at the southern tip of Chattahoochee is Iron Mountain Park (see below for more information), and the Oakley Mountain and Moates Knob OHV Trail System (see below) is just south of Lake Burton in the area.

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