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IMPORTANT NOTICE!

The Georgia International Horse Park trails at the Big Haynes Creek Nature Center and Bald Rock Meadows will be closed on Thursday, December 2 and Friday, December 3, 2021 due to a planned prescribed burn in the area.


Weekend Trail Advisory: December 4-5, 2021

A planned prescribed burn was recently conducted at the Big Haynes Creek Nature Center and portions of Bald Rock Meadows. All trails will be open this weekend for passive recreation from sunrise to sunset; however, individuals with sensitivity to smoke should avoid trails in these areas. Click here to learn more about the prescribed burn.




The Georgia International Horse Park has the first-ever Olympic mountain biking course in the world. With 1,032 feet of elevation change, this unique course will give Park visitors over 9 miles of a truly exhilarating ride. The widely varied terrain also offers paralleling smooth surfaces for television equipment. The trails are open for public riding daily. Bring your bike and enjoy your ride!

Trail entrances are identified at a shelter featuring a large map of the trails as well as individual maps for you to take on your ride.

Trails are open from daylight to dusk. On occasion, trails may be closed due to other events occurring at the Park. Please make sure you check the calendar of events on this website for dates the trails are closed.

There is no fee to ride the trails for passive recreation. Fees will apply to participate in mountain bike events and races.

Trailhead Locations:

Primary Bike Trailhead:
Steeplechase

Secondary Bike Trailhead:
Bald Rock Meadows

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