Bartram Forest Trails - Trail, Milledgeville, Georgia

Bartram Forest Trails - Trail, Milledgeville, Georgia

DESCRIPTION

Trails for beginners and intermediate level riders. Offers quite a workout to more experienced riders too. There is a 1.7 mile beginners'' trail cut in the wooded section near the parking area as well as a 4.0 mile loop. There are numerous marked singletracks and fire trails that offer a more challenging technical skills such as sand, water, bridges, and hills. Trails are cut through a mixture of hardwoods, pines, grasslands, and swampy areas. Beautiful scenery and plenty of wildlife. Be sure to bring bug repellant. A Pavillion and abthroom facilities are on site.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 23, 2009]
mu_ato12
Weekend Warrior

I rode this trail for the first time today and I have to say that say that it wasnt all I was expecting. There are several jeep trails that will give you a good cardio workout but nothing too technical. There is a single track loop off to the left side of the lake thats not listed on the map...if you are gonna ride here I would definitely recommend checking that out. There are also a couple of downhills by the powerlines as well. This park offers some nice scenery, but if you're looking for some technical single track I would recommend Selma Irwin.

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Another cyclist on the trail recommended Selma Irwin as having some really technical single track. The entrance is less than a mile away from Bartram.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Nov 30, 2006]
NatureNutt
Downhiller

The Bartram Forest Trails are great for casual or intense riding. There are alot of straight forward endurance trails, but theres also a few especially for mountain biking. There's one trail thats pretty much a downhill with a big dip and a bunch of roots, probably the most challenging one of the whole park. There's also a picnic area and a nice lake in the center of the park. The outer trails loop around in big circles for a more cross country feel, with decent scenery. Lastly, theres a big clean downhill that is by the power lines which is a good rush to fly down.

Customer Service

I would start off with the mountain bike trails, which are off to the left once you enter and barely past the lake. Then go straight on the main trail past the lake, through long strench of small pines and do the endurance routes. I haven't even gone to every trail yet, so there's always something new. Check it out!

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I've heard of another trail thats supposedly really intense called Salma Irwin. I think its like 20-30 mins from Bartram, but I'm not sure I've never been.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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