Quad Biking in Taylor County Boondocks Mud Park, Columbus, Georgia USA

Park's features:
ATV trails,drag racing tracks,mud pits
550 - 600 ft / 167.6 – 183 m
Tracks features:
Loose dirt, hard pack, little dust, a few steep hills, some water crossings, some small jumps, mud
Levels / Fee:
All / Entrance fee
Columbus is situated in Muscogee County, being the county seat, in Georgia, USA, with which it is consolidated. It is the second largest city surpassing Augusta and with the nearby Alabama cities of Auburn and Opelika forms the Columbus – Auburn – Opelika Combined Statistical Area. The city is located at the heart of Chattahoochee Valley and 100 mi/160 km south of Atlanta. Columbus is home to many tourism sites and museums. What is more, Columbus offers very intense off road activity.

Near Columbus you will come across a new ATV mud park, the Taylor County Boondocks Mud Park that offers countless ATV trails, some drag racing tracks and numerous mud pits. The tracks are placed in the forest at an elevation of 550 to 600 ft/167.6 – 183 m. The trees are many, so the shade is plenty for a nice ride in a hot summer day. All the trails have some unique characteristics that make them so popular among quad bikers and mud enthusiasts.

You will meet loose dirt, hard pack, little dust, a few steep hills, some water crossings, some small jumps and of course a lot of mud. There are a few hazards, but they are assumed to be marked. The level of experience of these trails is mostly for amateurs, due to the soil consistence and the hazards.

Novices and experts are also welcome to learn how to ride these awesome four wheeled machines or improve their skills. The property is private, so you will have to pay an entrance fee that depends on the day. There is no parking, riding or camping fee though. Bear in mind that safety flags are mandatory, so ATV should have a 6 ft/1.9 m safety flag, which can be purchased onsite.

The park is not always opened, so it is highly suggested to call first and check the schedule before you go. At the scene, if you are lucky enough, you might stumble upon live music, when the park is opened. Showers and restrooms are also available. Combined with camping, this can be the perfect dirt weekend with your friends.

How to Get to Destination

107 miles / 172 km, 1 hour 43 minutes
Head north on Capitol Ave SW toward Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, take the first turning left onto Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, turn left at Washington St SW, continue to Pulliam St SW, take the exit on the left toward I-75 S/I-85 S, take exit 242 to merge on I-85 S toward Domestic Airport / Montgomery, take exit 21 to merge on I-185 S to Columbus, take exit 8 for Airport Thruway in Columbus Airport, keep right at the fork, follow signs for GA-1/US-27 and enter the Airport Thruway, turn left on Veterans Pkwy.
BY CAR FROM Savannah
248 miles / 399 km, 4 hours 19 minutes
Head east on W Bay St toward Fahm St, take the 3rd right turn at Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, slight right onto the ramp to Interstate 16 W Macon / Interstate 95, merge onto I-16 W, take exit 27 for GA-358 toward Danville, keep left at the fork, follow signs for Georgia 358, slight left at GA-358 W, turn left on GA-96 W, turn right onto GA-7 N/US-341 N / Commercial Cheigits, continue to follow the GA-7 N/US-341 N, turn left on State Route 49C, continue to GA-96 W, continue straight on GA-22 E/US-80 W, take the exit towards GA-85 S/US-27 Alt S / Manchester Expy, turn left on Veterans Pkwy.
Columbus Airport,
6.1 miles (11 km)

The nearest train station is in Atlanta, so take a train from anywhere in USA and abort at Atlanta, GA (ATL) station. From there take a bus or rent a car to reach your destination.


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