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Off road vehicles are defined as any motorized vehicle which travels off-road for recreational purposes. ORV's include: motorbikes such as mini bikes, dirt bikes, and motor cross bikes; four-wheel drive vehicles such as jeeps, land rovers, and pickups; all-terrain vehicles such as the popular three and four-wheelers; dune buggies; and snowmobiles.
Please read the rules and regulations and safety tips provided by US Forest Service in Georgia.
5 miles. Designed for experienced trail bikers.
3.4 miles. SUITABLE FOR - Motorbikes and mountain bicycles. ATVs prohibited above Milma Creek Trail intersection, Windy Gap Trail connects to Tibbs and Milma Greek. Vehicles must be less than or equal to 50" wide. Connects Windy Gap Cycle Trail and Tibbs Trail. Access is by Windy Gap Cycle Trail.
5 miles. Suitable for all-terrain vehicles. Note that this trail is closed by a gate at both ends. Access through Windy Gap Cycle Trail and Milma Creek ORV Trail. There is no longer access to Tibbs Trail from the Lake Conasauga Overflow Campground. Only the southern portion of Tibbs Trail remains, with access via Milma Creek Trail from Windy Gap Trail.
5 miles. Suitable for four-wheel-drive vehicles. Area Status: Temporarily Closed as of April 8, 2018 Due to a sinkhole at the gate, Rocky Flats is currently closed. To check status go to the Foresty Service website.
7 miles. Both ends of trail are on private property. The trail dead-ends with no outlet.
No unlicensed vehicles first 2 miles across R-O-W. Tatum Lead connects to Rock Creek ORV Trail, however, Rock Creek Trail is suitable for 4-wheelers and ATVs only and has a width restriction of 50 inches. Rock Creek Trail is currently closed due to a mudslide on the county road leading to the trailhead.
4.7 miles. The trail is about .25 mile south of the low water bridge on Rock Creek. Suitable for all-terrain vehicles and cycles.
Some roads are closed depending on weather conditions, so it is recommended that one call the Cohutta Ranger District of the U.S. Forest Service at (706) 695-6737 in advance of a trip to check road conditions.