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08-19-2012 09:43 PM
brant Looks like fun..just got back from near there t Chocolocca..
08-03-2012 06:26 PM
Hollytree Off-Road Check out www.hollytreeoffroad.com
07-10-2012 11:04 PM
brant
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Originally Posted by Richey81

Come down I-75 to exit 336 in dalton and go east on the bypass about 8 miles you will come to walnut avenue turn left. Follow this to hwy 411 in chatsworth about 9 miles turn right on 411 and go about 4 miles to the court house turn left at the 1st light past the court house go up the hill to old 411 turn right. Drive south 4 miles the road into Peeples lake is on the right just follow your signs from there.
Looks like fun!
04-02-2012 10:04 AM
Richey81
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Originally Posted by jeeperdad1977

Where is this your talking about? I live just north of Chattanooga and they're slowly but surely closing all the trails around here. Gonna have to start venturing out to find any riding.
Come down I-75 to exit 336 in dalton and go east on the bypass about 8 miles you will come to walnut avenue turn left. Follow this to hwy 411 in chatsworth about 9 miles turn right on 411 and go about 4 miles to the court house turn left at the 1st light past the court house go up the hill to old 411 turn right. Drive south 4 miles the road into Peeples lake is on the right just follow your signs from there.
04-01-2012 10:06 PM
jeeperdad1977
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Originally Posted by Richey81
It just the access road into the national forest there it's just one way in it can be accessed from hundred different was this is just the best way into tatum lead. The whole area runs as far north to into middle tennessee and western north Carolina and as far east as blue ridge and ellijah ga it's a huge area could spend weeks in there and never see it all.
Where is this your talking about? I live just north of Chattanooga and they're slowly but surely closing all the trails around here. Gonna have to start venturing out to find any riding.
03-01-2012 09:00 AM
Mattiday Wow awesome.. We got close to tatum lead but never actually got there because the trail I was on only connected by atv trails.. I'll try again though it sounds like a gold mine..
02-29-2012 11:17 AM
Richey81 It just the access road into the national forest there it's just one way in it can be accessed from hundred different was this is just the best way into tatum lead. The whole area runs as far north to into middle tennessee and western north Carolina and as far east as blue ridge and ellijah ga it's a huge area could spend weeks in there and never see it all.
02-29-2012 08:44 AM
Mattiday Ok I'll keep that in mind.. Was peeples road on that trail system? Or just near there?
02-28-2012 11:02 PM
Richey81 I enjoyed the video. I live in chatsworth. If you continue on out thru to Peeples lake you find some more difficult trails. Warning though it's one easy place to get lost if your not careful it's the largest national forest in the state also connects to one of the largest wild life management areas in the state. Nothing but miles and miles of mountain and forest terrain. Plus it's the best bear and hog hunting the state.
01-31-2012 07:27 PM
Mattiday Hey here is the video for all to see..


Go Pro HD HERO2: Mudding In The Mud - YouTube


hopefully this one will work.
Also if y'all could repost this on like facebook and twitter. I'm trying to get go pro to use this video. so the more views and likes and shares it gets the more likely it is that they will see and use it.
01-31-2012 11:50 AM
Mattiday Oh bummer. Ok I'll fix that on my laptop when I get home.
01-31-2012 11:06 AM
MosesTJ Link no workie.
01-31-2012 10:35 AM
Mattiday Hey here are some of the highlights of the trip.
http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_u...?v=BVYHrc9Jjzo
01-27-2012 12:59 PM
MosesTJ Oh yeah, it's Henry co. Just in case that was your question.
01-27-2012 12:48 PM
MosesTJ I had a friend who called it Midland. It's the complex that runs b/w hwy 155 and hwy 42. It right beside Summit Racing .
01-26-2012 08:19 PM
kjg26 Where is millard?
01-23-2012 10:17 PM
Procaccci I know a little spot over behind Millard that is kind of cool if ya are with someone.. I haven't ventured too far in the holes because I have always been alone but we can hook up and I'll show it to ya. I work a crazy schedule... 770-584-5905 my name is mark hit me up anytime during the morning or afternoon.
01-21-2012 12:03 PM
MosesTJ Hey Pro, I'm in Henry co. Too. I have not found too much around this area.
01-18-2012 07:02 PM
kjg26 Def post up video, would love to see.
01-18-2012 06:18 PM
Mattiday Pretty even for the time to the parking lot then on that trail.. It's pretty chilled just flat ground no extreme mud pits or big climbs at all. A stock jeep like yours could easily do it. But before you even get there, there is a trail before that that is pretty fun lots of mud and some sticky situations.. Big pits and a river crossing.. The front part of this earlier trail you could handle but the part after the river is wry muddy and a bit straining on some parts. I have the whole thing filmed on a go pro so if you'd like I'll send you that once its been published. Overall I'd give the main trail about a 2 or 3 in difficulty but it is still pretty fun just drive through the forest. (edit) I'd say about 5 miles all the way through it was a solid 3 hours though. I'm not exactly sure
01-18-2012 05:34 PM
kjg26 What kind of terrain? And how long of a trail is it?
01-18-2012 11:33 AM
Mattiday Hey I just went on a trail it wasn't to bad there are several spots that could be hairy if your not lifted its up in Chatsworth called tatum lead.. Directions: Take GA 52 east from Chatsworth about 1 mile. Turn right onto the Old Federal Road and go 4 miles. Turn left at the Peeples Lake/Rock Creek Trail directional sign onto Forest Service Road 3 and travel 5.9 miles to the trailhead parking lot.
You just need to get up there.. It's worth it..
01-17-2012 04:09 PM
kjg26 Nothing near me either, I'm in Alpharetta area. I'm always up for a ride though
12-31-2011 08:15 AM
guncrazy72 I live close to Winder. Glad to hear your found some local places to wheel.
12-30-2011 07:04 AM
Procaccci I live in Henry county and I found a couple back roads with small hill climbs and small boggs just a cool little spot close to home, where do you live?
12-25-2011 08:37 PM
guncrazy72
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Originally Posted by Procaccci
Any one know?? Sorry fat fingers on my phone! Lol
Been a while since you posted this but check out North GA jeepers and GA trail riders for jeep rides and also local places to ride. Where do you live at?
12-08-2011 10:42 PM
Procaccci Any one know?? Sorry fat fingers on my phone! Lol
12-08-2011 10:40 PM
Procaccci
Looking for a good trail ride in georgia!!

My one know a good trail in Georgia? Mostly stock wrangler not wanting to go all out just yet...

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