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Biking at Fort Mountain State Park
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One of the best ways to explore Georgia State Parks is by bike. With so many different terrains across the state, riders of all levels will find the challenge they seek and a chance to coast through the beautiful scenery.

Mountain bikers may test their endurance on trails at Fort Mountain, Tallulah Gorge, Unicoi, Richard B. Russell, Mistletoe, Fort Yargo, Watson Mill Bridge, and
Victoria Bryant state parks.  A trail fee is charged at Fort Mountain, Fort Yargo, Hard Labor Creek and Unicoi.  Annual and daily passes are available.

Recreational bike riders can feel the wind through their hair on hard-surfaced trails at Red Top Mountain, Hart, Skidaway IslandSmithgall Woods, and Magnolia Springs state parks.  At Panola Mountain, bikers enjoy 18+ paved miles of smooth yet hilly peddling through scenic woods. It’s a great way to get exercise and you’ll be surprised at how much wildlife you’ll see.  Tallulah Gorge also has a paved trail open to bicycles.  A few parks rent bicycles.  State law requires that riders 15 and younger must wear a helmet.

Our Muddy Spokes Club is designed to provide a challenge, progressing from easier to more difficult trails.

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