Beasley Knob Ohv Pass
Recreation - Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest
Beasley Knob OHV Area
- Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts can find plenty of opportunities on the Beasley Knob Trail System to practice their rigorous sport. The Beasley Knob OHV Trail System is a challenging trail system located off 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 13.4 miles of recreational driving for OHV enthusiasts, including those riding four-wheel drive vehicles, motorcycles, UTV's and ATVs.
- Nestled in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Beasley Knob OHV Trails islocated two miles west of Blairsville, Ga. visitblairsvillega.com
- Motorized trails close when conditions are wet to prevent trail damage and erosion into streams. Check the status of your favorite trail.
- A full list of rules and regulations, including those implemented by the state of Georgia, are listed here.
- 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. Motorized trails close when conditions are wet to prevent trail damage and erosion into streams. Check the status of your favorite trail.
- Annual Passes are valid for Houston Valley, Whissenhunt, Beasley Knob, Town Creek, Oakey Mountain, and Davenport OHV Trails. NOTE: You must purchase and print the annual pass ahead of time and display in your tow vehicle. You can also print an operator pass to carry with you on the trail or download it to your device.
- Care should be taken in the woods during big-game season. Wear blaze orange. Riding gear recommended.
Please check the forest website for the most recent closures and openings. https://www.fs.usda.gov/recmain/conf/recreation
If purchasing your Day Pass on-site, no printed copy of the pass will be available. Instead, your license plate number and pass stored on your device will be used to confirm compliance. If you purchase an Annual Pass you can print the pass and display in your tow vehicle.
A pass is required per OHV operator and covers the use of the OHV on the specified trails. You must enter the names for each rider and a license plate for each tow vehicle that will be at the trailhead. Passes can be downloaded to each rider’s phones, and/or printed ahead of time and carried on the trail. You can enter separate emails for each rider, or the purchaser can forward to an email or text the pass to each rider.
This pass is valid until 11:59 PM of the date listed on the pass, and only for the date and vehicle specified for this pass. If you no longer have the vehicle associated with the Annual Pass, you need to come into an office and get a physical pass.
A full list of rules and regulations, including those implemented by the state of Georgia, are listed here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/conf/recreation/ohv/?cid=stelprdb5109064
Care should be taken in the woods during big-game season. Wear blaze orange. Riding gear recommended.
Passes are non-transferrable between operators, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced.
A state driver’s license must be available to show during a law enforcement compliance check.
Cell phone connectivity on the forest may be limited, plan ahead.