From OHV locations to private recreation, Georgia has a little of both
For off-road enthusiasts who live in the southeastern United States, particularly Georgia, you will find several areas to experience side-by-side vehicles with family and friends.
Many of the off-road riding locations in Georgia are located near modern conveniences like gas and grocery outlets. These small towns also have restaurant and hotel accommodations should you and the family decide to make a weekend trip to the trails. There are some trailheads that provide restrooms, but its best to come prepared with your own toiletries in case stock is low. Riding the trail system here does require a usage fee usually around $5 per operator, per day. You can also purchase a yearly pass through the local Forest service office if you plan to use these trails regularly. The funds collected help provide the necessary maintenance and trail services provided by the National Forest Service. In short, the fee keeps the trail open for you to enjoy.
There are also a few private land riding areas in Georgia that provide not only tent camping, but also small cabin accommodations for rent. These destination areas have varying terrain as well and typically provide for all skill levels so everyone can enjoy the day on their own vehicle.
Georgia trail terrain varies from each ride park or OHV location and can be very easy as well as moderately tough. You have to expect rocky hill climbs combined with that Georgia red clay to add a slick surface for traversing up or down any of the mountains. Several OHV locations have two-way trail systems as well, so always be cautious when riding a wide trail and expect traffic to be just around the corner. Being careful and knowledgeable about the trails before you go will help your adventure be a success and passengers will enjoy the day too. As always, riding side-by-side vehicles is better when you have some family or friends along to share the experience with you.
If you are looking for an off-road adventure in Georgia but you don’t feel like towing an ATV or UTV all the way there, Destination Yamaha has a location in georgia where you can rent a machine.
These rental partners have everything you need for an amazing off-road experience aboard a Yamaha ATV or UTV on some of the best terrain in the state.