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Motocross in Highland Park Resort, Summerville, Chattooga County, Georgia USA

Trails length:
80 mi / 129 km
Elevation:
950 to 1200 ft / 290 to 366 m
One way single tracks:
40 mi / 64.3 km
Features:
Water crossings, small jumps, large jumps and berms
Fee / Opening time:
Per rider, camping / Yes
Summerville belongs in Chattooga County, of which it is the county seat, in Georgia, USA. The County is situated northwest of the country with the city of Summerville being located almost in the middle. It is a small city, but with huge off road activity.

Near Summerville lies Cedartown, where a brand new off-road park, the Highland Park Resort, challenges you to try your best on your motocross bike. The 80 mi/129 km trails are all marked, rated and heavily maintained, while the entire park rests at an elevation of 950 to 1200 ft/290 to 366 m.

One terrific asset is the 40 mi/64.3 km one way, single track trails along with a peewee track and a natural terrain motocross track. All these trails are well maintained and the rates vary on a 1–5 diamond scale of difficulty, where 5 is the most difficult. When you reach the track, you will come across some water crossings that contain bridges.

Trees are many, as it is in a forest, so there will be a lot of shade. Due to the existence of many small jumps, large jumps and berms, you will have the opportunity to perform many tricks and jumps, while driving as fast as you can! There are a few hazards that are assumed to be marked, but still ride with caution.

The trails are more suitable for amateurs, while novices and experts can both have a nice day in some easy and technical parts respectively. Bear in mind that the park has an opening schedule, daily from 9 am to 5.30 pm and on winter 9 am to 5 pm. There is a noise limit of 96 dB. Camping is allowed only in the developed sides of the park and you will have to pay a fee in order to camp.

There is also a fee per rider, but there is no entrance or parking fee. On weekends, rates are different though. It is suggested to combine this route with a weekend stay over with your friends and spend some awesome, driving, quality time.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Atlanta
89.1 miles / 143.4 km, 1 hour 33 minutes
Head north on Capitol Ave SW, take the first turning right into Martin Luther King Jr Dr SE, turn left onto the ramp on Interstate 75 (North) / Interstate 85 (North), merge onto I-75 N/I-85 N, keep right to continue to Exit 306, take exit 306 for GA-140 W, turn left at GA-140 W / Folsom Rd SE, continue to follow the GA-140 W, turn right onto GA-1 N/US-27 N.
BY CAR FROM LaGrange
121 miles / 194.7 km, 2 hours 26 minutes
Head south on Bull St to Byron Hurst St, continue along Main St, turn left into the Whitesville Rd, continue towards US-27 N / Morgan St, continue to follow the US-27 N, continue straight to stay on US-27 N, slight left at E 2nd Ave, continue to Turner Mccall Blvd SW, turn right onto GA-1 N/US-27 N / Martha Berry Blvd NE.
BY AIR
Wyatt Airport,
8.4 miles / 13.5 km
BY TRAIN

Amtrak services cover all the USA. You can take any Amtrak train and abort at the nearest station which is Atlanta, GA (ATL) central station. From there you can either rent a car or take a bus to reach your destination.

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