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Ellijay • East Ellijay • Cherry Log • Gilmer County • North Georgia Mountains

Anderson Creek

About 5 miles of trails are suitable for all-terrain vehicles. These trails have several spurs that dead end.

Directions: From Ellijay, take GA 52 east foe 7 miles to Cartecay Methodist Church. Turn left on county Road 1.6 (Roy Road) and go 8.5 miles to Tickanetly Church Road. Turn right and go 2 miles past the church to Forest Service Road 28. Turn left and go 2 miles past the church to Forest Service Road 357. Turn right and go 2 miles to the first ORV trail.



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