The Beasley Knob OHV Trail System is a challenging trail system
located off of U.S. Highway 76 in Union County, GA. It is conveniently
located two miles east of the town of Blairsville and can be accessed by two
trailheads. The system provides approximately 10.6 miles of recreational
riding for OHV enthusiasts , including those riding four-wheel drive
vehicles, motorcycles and ATVs. The system is made up of interconnecting
dirt trails, rock hill climbs and gravel roads through the Chattahoochee
National Forest. It is recommended for experienced riders, only, due to its
challenging terrain and steep ascents. Please, no bolted, studded or tire
chains allowed. The Beasley Knob Trails are open from sunrise to sunset.
At a Glance
Open sunrise to sunset. Not operational after dark.
1-Day Permit: $5/operator/day (Pay at site)
OHV Annual Pass: $50/operator/year (Obtain at any Forest Service
March 19, 2011 – January 2, 2012
Vault Toilet located at the Satterfield Trailhead
Additional information can be obtained by contacting the
Blue Ridge Ranger District
2042 Highway 515 West
Blairsville, GA 30512
No bolted, studded or tire chains allowed.
No night riding.
The Forest Annual Pass cannot be used on this trail system.
SFWDA continues to work with the USFS to help maintain and manage the trail system. There
are two trailhead areas to enter the trail system. Both have parking areas. Remember this system
is closed January 2 until March 19th each year as part of the management of the system.
Satterfield Trailhead- Beginning on US 76/Highway 515 in front of the Blairsville Post Office,
go east for 0.7 mile. Turn right onto Windy Hill Road, a paved road. At 0.7 mile when Windy
Hill curves sharply to the left, go straight onto a gravel road. After 0.1 mile, turn left onto
a narrow gravel road, Forest Service Road #851. Continue 0.8 mile to the OHV trail system
Blue Rock Trailhead- Beginning on US 76/Highway 515 in front of the Blairsville Post Office,
go east for 3.4 miles. Turn right just before two large propane tanks onto Rosemary Lane,
which is also Forest Service Road #93. At the first fork, go left. At the second fork go right.
Follow the road to the parking lot at the end, a total of 1.6 miles.
Below is a map of the trail system. You can access current information on
the trail system here http://www.fs.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsinternet/!ut/p/c4/