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Old 10-13-2013, 07:24 PM   #1
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Blue Ridge Georgia Trails

Can anyone tell me of any trail systems that are not closed down due to the govt? I've got a long planned trip from south west Florida trailering our Jeeps up to Blue Ridge, Georgia this coming weekend. We do not want to cancel if there are other places to ride other than Beasley Knob in the area. Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Brad

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Old 10-15-2013, 09:16 PM   #2
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I used to live in blue ridge. Most of there country dirt roads could be classified as Jeep trails. Lol. But if you cross the border into Tennessee, there are tons of off road trails going up bluffs and overlooks, and also lots of old logging roads. No official off road parks that I remember, but me and my 4x4 truck never had a problem finding a dirty muddy dirt road to get kit off road fix on. Just drive around the countryside, and keep your eyes open for dirt roads. Mudding is a popular local hobby, so you could ask the locals where the best spots are.
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