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Chatsworth • Eton • Springplace • Murray County • North Georgia Mountains


Milma Creek Trail

The trail connects the Windy Gap Cycle Trail or the top of Grassy Mountain via Windy Gap Cycle Trail or the top of Grassy Mountain via Tibbs Trail. Sections are steep and streams must be forded. 3.8 miles

Directions: Follow Highway 411 North from Chatsworth to the CCC Camp Road / Highway 286 Intersection, Make a right turn onto CCC Camp Rd. Cross the tracks, 1.8 miles to the General store,the road bears left, Follow another 4 Miles, the trail is on the left, 1/3 mile past Crandall- Ellijay Road.

Milma Creek Trail

Old Federal, between the 282/76 area and Highway 52 just west of the beginning of Fort Mountain.  It's a really nice easy ride in even a small 2x4 SUV.

Directions: From center of Chatsworth, Go East on Highway 52 to the intersection of Cool Springs/Old federal road intersection, Just before the beginning Of Ft. Mountain. Make a right. Follow Old Federal Rd for about 3.2 miles Turn Left on Peeples Lake rd, follow up the road, it will turn into a dirt road follow for about 1.5 miles or so- the lake is on the right.

Rocky Flats Trail

The trail follows a multi-purpose woods road over piney ridges and through hollows of oak and yellow poplar forest. View timber stands in various stages of development from young reenacted stands to mature forest. Openings in the forest canopy offer vistas of Grassy Mountain. This is an excellent beginner trail for mountain bikers and all-terrain vehicle riders. 5 miles.

Directions: Take US 441 north from Chatsworth and go 6 miles. Turn right on Grassy Street and proceed across the railroad tracks to the T intersection. Turn right, go about 300 feet, and turn left onto Forest Service Road 630. travel about 4 miles to the second Rocky Flats Road sign and turn right. Limited parking is available across the creek.

Tibbs Trail

The trail follows a multi-purpose woods road bringing atop Grassy Mountain and ending at a gate near private land. A second gate is located about 1 mile below the trailhead. The trail descends a steep ridge leading down the mountain through managed timber stands of pine and hardwood. Openings in the forest offer exceptional vistas of distant mountain ranges. 5 miles.

Directions: Take US 441 north from Chatsworth and go 3 miles to Eton. Turn right at the only traffic light and follow the road which becomes Forest Service Road 18 for 10.4 miles. Turn left on Forest Service Road 68 and go 5.7 miles to the intersection. Turn left, staying on Forest Service Road 68 and travel 5.4 miles to the trailhead across from the entrance to Lake Conasauga Loop B campground.

Windy Gap Cycle Trail

Beginning as a multi-purpose woods road, the trail eventually changes to a narrow, steep pathway as it climbs 2,000 feet to the top of Forest Service Road 68. Follow the trail up a narrow ridge line and ford a high mountain stream to complete the trip. Much of the trail is steep, narrow, and rocky. 4.1 miles.

Directions: Take US 441 north from Chatsworth and go 4 miles to Eton. Turn right at the only traffic light and go about 4.3 miles. Turn left on Forest Service Road 218 (Muskrat Road) and travel 3 miles to the lower trail head. To reach the upper trailhead, follow directions to Songbird Trail, but continue on Forest Service Road 68 and additional 0.4 mile.


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