The Best Riding Place
If you have been looking for places to ride your ATV, Motorcycle, or Jeep ATV Trails this is the place for you. We will show you the great place to ride your ATV, where people will welcome you, and your vehicle.
We have posted pictures with brief descriptions with them to help you better know what to expect. Also included in each riding area is a list of preparations to further help you prepare and enjoy your trip.
Trailfest 2010 Event
National Trailfest the premier off-road event.Click here...
Dirt Days 2010 Event
The Rocky Creeck ATV Trail will host its fourth annual "Dirt Days" event at Logan's Thunder Blast Park, June 9 – 13. The popular 3-Mile curve location will offer a range of events and prizes sure to please the entire family.
A mud pit, drag racing, and poker runs return, along with non-riding events like a "Texas hold-em" tournament, miniature golf competitions and a karaoke challenge. Many of The Rocky Creeck ATV Trail's sponsors will be on hand with brand new machines to exhibit and demonstrate.
Polaris is donating a Sportsman 500 ATV to be presented to one of the first 250 persons to register. Participants can also register and compete for more than $1,000 worth of other prizes. Dirt Days packages start at just $89 and include a range of options. Those registering by May 15 will receive a free Dirt Days 2010 T-shirt.
National Trailfest 2010 Event October 7 -11, 2010
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Rocky Creek ATV Trail and National Trailfest the premier off-road event in the United States. National Trailfest 2010 include the following:
RIDING THE VERY BEST TRAILS IN AMERICA
POKER RUN AND DICE RUN FOR CASH
FACTORY DEMO RIDES
ATV, UTV, AND DIRTBIKE COSTUME PARADE
NIGHTLY DRAG RACING AND MUD PIT ACTION
SATURDAY NIGHT MUD PIT RUN FOR CASH AND PRIZES
FISHERS ATV WORLD AND OTHER SPECIAL GUESTS
CASINO NIGHT AND LIVE AUCTION FOR PRIZES
CATERED MEALS ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
AND MORE MORE MORE...
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Guide to Alabama and Georgia ATV and Dirt Bike Trails
25 Trails - 27 maps - 105 photos - 78 pages
Ready to go riding? This guide book will show you the 25 best off-road riding areas in Alabama and Georgia. Whether you are new to the sport or just looking for some place different to ride this book has it. Read More...
ATV Trails Guide Moab, UT
30 Trails - 31 Color Maps - 195 Color Photos - GPS Waypoints
This new full-color guide has been designed specifically for ATVs, but trails are also great for dirt bikes. Read More...
Guide to Colorado Backroads & 4-Whell Drive Trails
75 Trails - 25 all new trails - 160 Color Photos
Completely redone second edition has been expanded to 75 trails with 25 all new trails. Everything has been redriven using GPS and waypoints are provided. Read More...
ATV Trails Guide Colorado Central Mountains
32 Trails - 33 color maps - 215 color photos - 168 pages
Precise directions, custom maps and stunning color photos guide to and through the best mountain ATV trails in central Colorado. Read More...
Ready to go riding? This guide book will show you the 25 best off-road riding areas in Alabama and Georgia. Whether you are new to the sport or just looking for some place different to ride this book has it. Easy to use driving directions, trail maps, dozens of picture, trail descriptions that let you know what to expect at each trail, important information about each trail you need to know before loading up for the weekend, plus lots more. Parents now you can fill confident in taking your kids to a new trail that is just right for their skill level. Everything you ever wanted to know about riding ATVs or Dirt Bikes is now in this easy to use book.
This new full-color guide has been designed specifically for ATVs, but trails are also great for dirt bikes. Precise directions, pinpoint maps and stunning color photos guide you through Moab, Utah's legendary backcountry. Thirty "cruiser-to-bruiser" routes provide thrilling rides for all skill levels. Learn where to unload and places to camp. Stay on course with handy GPS waypoints. New easy-to-use ATV format.
Completely redone second edition has been expanded to 75 trails with 25 all new trails. Everything has been redriven using GPS and waypoints are provided. Book covers spectacular areas south of Interstate 70 including Ouray, Silverton, Telluride, Crested Butte, Aspen, Buena Vista, Vail, Leadville, Breckenridge, Idaho Springs, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Pikes Peak Region, Sangre De Cristo Mountains and Great Sand Dunes National Park. Fifty trails suitable for stock, high-clearance sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks. Details and photos added for ATVs and dirt bikes, allowed on 73 trails.
Precise directions, custom maps and stunning color photos guide to and through the best mountain ATV trails in central Colorado. Most routes are day trips from Denver and other front-range cities. Thrilling rides for all skill levels. Learn where to unload and the best places to camp. GPS Waypoints. Great for dirt bikes, too.I-75 south to exit 187 (Hwy 83S) &turn right. Go to town square & turn right (Hwy 83S), go 1/3 mile & turn left (Hwy 83S)& Go to dead end (Hwy 341S) & turn left on Hwy 341S. After crossing the 1st concrete bridge, a passing lane opens up. When it ends, our drive will be on the right. Look for the sign on the right side of road.TakeHwy 19/41S, stay on Hwy 41S to Barnesville, in Barnesville stay straight on Hwy 341S (about 12 miles) After crossing the 1st concrete bridge, a passing lane opens up. When it ends, our drive will be on the right. Look for the sign on the right side of road.TakeHwy 80 East to Roberta & turn left onto Hwy 341N. Go thru intersection of Hwy 74 & Hwy 341 and look for sign on the left (about 1/4 mile).TakeHwy 74 West toward Thomaston to the intersection of Hwy 74 & Hwy 341. Turn right on Hwy 341N. Look for sign on your left (about 1/4 mile).TakeHwy 74W toward Macon to the intersection of Hwy 74 & Hwy 341 & turn left on Hwy 341N. Look for sign on the left (about 1/4 mile).Take
Rocky Creek ATV Trail is a great riding area that is convenient for the people who live on the south side of Atlanta. With approximately 20 miles of trails it is a great place to bring the family for a full day of trail riding and playing in the mud. Rocky Creek considers itself one of the top riding areas for 4x4 ATVs in the south but any off road rider will find the miles of trails enjoyable.
Rocky Creek ATV Trail is the ultimate in off the road ATV & Motorcycle pleasure riding once a month. We have a twelve mile long track for pleasure riding and a new six 8 miles long loop for machines 46" wide or less, twenty miles total. There are eight creek crossings, hills for climbing, and mud holes for bogging. There is a way around each difficult spot (Bridges over creek, trail around mud, etc.). Take your time and enjoy your ride or make an adventure out of it.
Rocky Creek ATV Trail charge for horse not rider. I think you also can camp primitively without paying extra. Primitive camping available for FREE on Thursday's, Friday's and Saturday's Night. Sunday Morning Devotional Services at 9:00am. They have hot showers and concessions and 20 miles of trails. Rocky Creek ATV Trail opens from 9:00am to 4:30pm. They close it after 4:30pm so no one new can come into the camp but the riders on the trails already are welcome to finish their rides. And of course if you are camping there. The camps are in shady pecan tree area with lots of green grass for the horses to enjoy also.
What you will get from us:
12 miles trails for pleasure riding
Six 8 miles loop for 46" wide or less
Top riding areas for 4x4 ATVs
8 creek crossings
Hills for climbing
Mud holes for bogging
Free primitive camping
Open 365 days a year
1 Do I have to register my ATV?
The answer to this question is Yes and No. That is, registration requirements vary by state. As of 2005, Gerogia had no ATV registration requirement for use on private property. However, Gerogia does requires that you purchase license before riding on public land or roadways.
2 What can I do to be safer on my ATV?
Safety is every riders responsibility. Rocky Creek ATV Trail provides a page full of ATV related safety tips.In addition to safety tips, you will also find a link to the ATV Safety Institute (ASI). ASI provides ATV rider training and has an impressive list of ATV publications available to ATV riders.
3 What does it cost to become a member of Rocky Creek ATV Trail?
There is a annual membership fee into Rocky Creek ATV Trail fan club. Rocky Creek ATV Trail fan club is a group of ATV riders that use this website to communicate with each other, schedule rides and to otherwise exchange information. Rocky Creek ATV Trail fan club hope to offer their members additional benefits such as discounts at ATV dealerships, voting rights, access to different parts of the online forum including a chat room and other things too.
4 Do Rocky Creek ATV Trail fan club ATV members pay for a ride?
Rocky Creek ATV Trail fan club members ride in the Rocky Creek ATV Trail for free all year long. In addtion, we ride on public lands where riding areas and have been established and on private property when permission has been obtained from the owner.
5 How can you figure out what year an ATV is?
Check the VIN codes. VIN = Vehicle Identification Number. Typically one of the letters or numbers will indicate what year it was made. A key to the VIN should be easy to find online. Type in the search "VIN" whatever the manufacturer of the ATV is, such as "Honda" and "data" or any combination of these.
6 Is there a map of the Trail System?
Yes, a new map of the ATV riding available will be made public in July, 2010 (For more details, contact us at Phone: 478-885-2296 or 1-886-581-2983). Remember, this system is ever changing and expanding. Be sure to follow the signs on the trail system, and stay on designated trails.
7Am I buying a permit for myself or for my ATV?
Permits for the new trail system will be issued per machine, not per person. Each permit will include a decal that must be attached in a visible location on the drivers side of the permitted ATV.
8Where does my permit application money go?
All permit fees will be placed in a dedicated recreational trails fund and used exclusively for the establishment, enforcement, maintenance, and operation of the Trail System. This money will not go into the general fund, and will only be spent on recreational trails in the County.