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Four Wheel Driving in Soggy Bottoms ATV Park, Albany, Georgia USA

Area length:
300 ac / 1.2 km²
Elevation:
240 - 260 ft / 73 - 79.2 m
Features:
woods trails, mud pits, loose dirt, hard pack, rocks, many trees, water crossings
Fee:
Entrance (varies on weekends)
Opening schedule:
Yes
Albany belongs to Dougherty County, Georgia, USA. It is a city situated in the southwestern part of the state and is the county seat of the County. Albany is the eighth largest city in Georgia. The city rests on the banks of Flint River, in a belt of historically rich farmland located in the East Gulf coastal plain.

Near Albany you will come across one of the most spectacular off road parks in Georgia, Soggy Bottoms ATV Park. The 300 ac/1.2 km² park is situated inside a forest and sits at an elevation of 240 to 260 ft/73 to 79.2 m and due to its features, it is perfect for Four Wheel Driving.

The area offers many miles of woods trails, plenty of deep water crossings and mud pits. All the trails are marked, not rated and lightly maintained. It mostly consists of loose dirt, little hard pack, rocks, many trees and water crossings. There are a few hazards, that are assumed to be marked, but still please drive with caution.

If you get lucky, you might stumble upon mud bog and special events that are hosted during the year. The trails are mostly suitable for amateurs, but also experts and novices can have a blast. The park has an opening schedule, as it works every third weekend of the month from Friday to Sunday, so it is essential to call before you haul.

In this park, night riding is permitted until 2 am, so you can enjoy driving your monster car under the lights of your vehicle. Camping is primitive and showers are available. The only fee you will have to pay, in order to enjoy riding is at the entrance. There are different fees between weekdays and weekends. It is recommended to stay at least a couple of days to fully enjoy this amazing park!

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Macon
108 miles / 174 km, 1 hour 50 minutes
Head north on Mulberry St to Walnut St Ln, continue to Spring St, slight right onto the ramp on Interstate 16 W, merge onto I-16 W, take exit 1 to the left to enter the I-75 S to Valdosta, take exit 99 for GA-300 towards Ga-Fla-Pkwy/Albany, turn right at GA-300 S, continue to Cordele Rd, continue to Old Cordele Rd, slight right to Sylvester Rd, continue to E Oglethorpe Blvd, turn right at S Jefferson St, turn right on Pine Ave.
BY CAR FROM Thomasville
61.2 miles / 98.5 km, 1 hour 15 minutes
Head southwest on Pavo Rd / Remington Ave to Broad St, take the first turning right into Broad St, take the first turning right into GA-35 N/US-319 N / E Jackson St, turn left at GA-3 N/GA-300 N/GA-38 W/US-19 N/US-84 W / Thomasville Bypass, continue to follow the GA-3 N/GA-300 N/US-19 N, make a 180 degree turn, merge onto GA-520 BUS W/US-19 BUS N/US-82 BUS W / E Oglethorpe Blvd via the ramp to Downtown street, turn right at S Jefferson St, turn right on Pine Ave.
BY AIR
Southwest Georgia Regional Airport,
4 miles / 6.5 km
BY TRAIN

There is no Amtrak station in Albany. The nearest station is in Jesup, GA (JSP). So take a train from anywhere in the US and abort at Jesup, GA (JSP) central station. From there you can take a bus or rent a car to reach your destination.

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