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post #1 of 6 Old 08-03-2010, 12:30 AM Thread Starter
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ORV areas in NC west TN, GA,

looking for ORV areas in North Carolina, Georgia, and Western Tennessee. I live in upstate SC and am familiar or know most or all legal (and some illegal ) in the area. Any help would be appreciated.

Also a few years back I went on a small hike with a church group in NC to a mountain that was covered in black berry bushes. there was a decent little road going to it that was open to public. It looked a cool road and i've always wanted to ride. I'm thinking it was near white side mountain or something along those lines.

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I know of Beasley Knob in Blairsville, Georgia. In the Northeastern part of the state.

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yeah i found beasley knob on a website last night. Calls for experience or expert riders. is that rating more for fourwheelers and dirtbikers? i'm fairly experienced offroad i just know if a stocker with 31'' tires would have any trouble up there. How's the riding?
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yeah i found beasley knob on a website last night. Calls for experience or expert riders. is that rating more for fourwheelers and dirtbikers? i'm fairly experienced offroad i just know if a stocker with 31'' tires would have any trouble up there. How's the riding?
It's alot oh hills with some ruts. Some of the trails has some rocks. I've seen some stock Jeeps up there. I don't think it's to bad. There is one trail that people say you need a winch to get up.....I've never tried it.....
There is some by-passes if needed. Four wheelers and motorcylces are harder up there. I think it is a medium off-road place.
IT'S TOTALLY DIFFERENT IF IT RAINS....MUCH RAIN AND THEY CLOSE IT DOWN.
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post #5 of 6 Old 08-05-2010, 09:35 AM
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Gulches Off-Road Park in SC (southeast of Greeneville) Is a good place..they will guide you through first to show you around (red cherokee) then let you go at it......easy to hard trails, something for everyone...
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x2 on Gulches. Havent made it down there yet, but Ive heard good things about it on NC4X4. There's also a place called Rice Creek ORV, over near Clemson. Dont know much about it but you should be able to ask around about it. Stop by the Clemson 4X4 Center. I'm sure someone there can point you in the right direction as far as local wheeling. Depending on what you're looking for and who you talk to, they might let you ride along with them

ps... Stay away from the illegal wheelin. Its bad for the environment, and makes a bad rep for those of us who abide by the law. Tread Lightly
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