Dauset Trails Nature Center

   
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17
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Intermediate

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↑ 2,100 ft
↓ 1,400 ft
6
avg mph
192
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2:13
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AVERAGE RATING
4.44 out of 5
About This Trail
added by Guest on December 31, 2002
 
This is a great place with a good variety of trails and beautiful scenery. Good beginner stuff. All trails are very well marked. Riders of all levels will love this place. (This is the only place my girlfriend actually liked!)Huff 'n Puff is a great advanced, technical trail. The "intermediates" are also pretty technical. Not crowded at all, and well maintained. Call ahead after rain storms for re-openings. (770) 775-6798. Please pay the $1 donation to keep this awesome place open!Ride on,JB

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skirkland1980 on April 15, 2014
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Review: Very nice well maintained trail system. Good flowing single track. Should satisfy most any mountain cyclist. I like to ride the trail to Indian springs. It's always fun.

Similar Trail: sope creek

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Schell21 on March 26, 2014
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Review: Awesome trail system, it's a beautiful place to ride and its a great place for beginners. I recently rode with my girlfriend(fairly new to MTBing) and she had no problems getting around.

Similar Trail: Fort yargo

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jclute on March 23, 2014
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Review: This was only my second single track that I have ridden. Compared to the normal trails I ride its older and more established. Very well marked! Lots of difficulty variety. Pretty wide, not too twisty, lots of great bridges, some decent climbs. All around I really enjoyed these trails! The scenery was beautiful. I really loved the Sandy Creek trail, that ran mostly along the creek. Great trails for everyone all of skill levels to check out if you are in the area!!

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LucindaInGA on December 27, 2013
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Review: Went for the first time after a few years' absence. This is a great system of trails. They're quite tight and twisty with a lot of rocks and roots. Definitely some of the more technical around. I really like the new trail to Indian Spring State Park. There are some steep hills with turns onto wood bridges, but the new trail is beautiful. Dauset is a nice getaway and even when there are other rides there, it never feels too crowded.

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capnkirk on October 16, 2013
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Review: Beautiful area to ride in. camping adjoins the trailsand a nature center for the kids. mostly all singletrack with a couple of doubletrack aras too. lots of fast downhill spots and some tough areas to master on huff and puff. definately worth the drive there

Similar Trail: chehaw park

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pmanissoopa on July 15, 2013
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Review: Great trail system in a beautiful setting. The downhill run to Indian Springs State Park was super fast and flows great. Would love to ride it uphill next time I am in the area. Certain sections do not drain well after heavy rain as mentioned earlier, but if it has not rained in 3 or more days hit it hard! I did not have time to ride Huff n Puff.

Similar Trail: Chicopee Woods

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KleinGuy on June 13, 2013
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Review: Great system of trails. Some nice easy areas and some more technical areas with some climbing. Last time I was there was May 26, 2013. For some reason it seemed more rooty than the times I was there before, but that was my first time riding it on a hardtail (I was on a XC FS other times). Either way, a lot of fun to ride!

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dcluley on March 28, 2013
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Review: Great intermediate riding and well marked to create loops. Huff n' puff was great and the Brownlee loop had the most fun flowing swoopy downhill section. Only a couple of rocky decents and drops on Huff n' puff and the terraced section would be considered advanced to me and a little scary first time riding down on a hardtail with v-brakes. About 15 trees were down across the trail, which was annoying, but we rode a couple of days after a big front came through, and there were folks out with a chainsaw trying to remedy this-Thanks! Some long climbs for a Floridian (I wouldn't recommend riding out back up Pine mountain trail after 15 miles of advanced loop riding-my legs almost exploded) Worth the drive.

Similar Trail: Chicopee

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stygz1 on December 1, 2012
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Review: Trail is nice single track. The green markers are easy to find but the blue and black routes are difficult to follow the first few times I have ridden there. The parking lot for bikes is a few hundred feet past the Daucet nature center entrance. There is a nice area to change clothes in the parking lot. There is a relitivly new section of trail that now connects Indian Springs and Daucet. The trail section is about 4 miles long. This is one of the more fun trail sections. The only thing holding back this trail from being a 5 is the lack of visible trail markers.

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cyclingpops on December 1, 2012
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Review: Awesome trail system. Lil difficult to follow time to time. Started out on the easy trail and went straight into the black markers, lol. Not sure if that was a good choice or not. Great fun but can't wait to get back so I can spend the whole day there to get each trail in. Well worth the ride up to ride.

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Guest on November 16, 2012
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Review: Trails are great. They flow nicely. It is easy to follow the green markers to complete the beginner loop. The Blue and black loops are another story. It is easy to miss a turn as there is no marker to direct you at a fork in the trail. Some of the markers seem to be missing or just poorly placed. Huff and puff is a good advanced trail. Some technical stuff there. In the fall it can be hard to follow the trail with all the leaves on the ground. Parking lot is nice with the KIOSK and the changing area.

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jason1122 on October 13, 2012
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Review: Very nice place to ride. I would recomend it for anyone!!! Very good flow was the 3 houirs and couldnt ride all the trails.Beautiful scenery. Lots of roots though. If you go make sure you get the map they provide or u will have no idea where u are lol

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Guest on September 25, 2012
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Review: Pretty fun trails. Very serene, this system is more about the natural beauty of the park than the riding itself. My first time I rode it after two days of reasonably heavy rain--don't do that. Everything but the first section right out of the parking lot drains horribly.

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ServingCop on September 21, 2012
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Review: I was in Forsyth for some training and saw this trail on my single track app. Rode this trail system 3 days in a row. Great trails but they could be marked at intersections a whole lot better. Very confususing the first day, having not been there before. By the last day I had a somewhat understanding of the area and lay out of trails but still got turned around a couple times. I would recommend these trails to anyone that will be in the area. Hope to ride them again sometime soon. And ALWAYS KEEP TWO ON THE DIRT!

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jbitrick on September 15, 2012
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Review: I really enjoyed this ride. You can get some speed and some decent twists and turns. There is something for everyone here. Beginner to advanced. 29er is best here because of all the roots.

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Smathews on August 13, 2012
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Review: I just wanted to say that we really like the new trails connecting Dauset trails to Indian Springs state park. 3.5miles each way I believe. Hills and a great view of mist rising from the lake made one great morning. The trail is challenging with very steep fast descents, and, well you get to try to climb those same hills on the way back. New and worth riding. This new segment really adds to the experience. We couldn't help but wonder how sustainable the steepest parts.

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bur33do on August 2, 2012
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Review: Trails were nicely maintained, just not that interesting overall. Good for the area but not 5 stars in my opinion compared to other GA trails.

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fripp2001 on July 8, 2012
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Review: I am very fortunate to live within 5 minutes from this great set of trails. It is a very good trail for beginners and advanced riders alike. There are 3 diiferent trails from 3 miles up to 17 miles, but it is easy to create your own path and ride however much you like. Good flow and good climbs will give you a workout, especially huff and puff. All and all this is an outstanding trail.

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x100million on July 4, 2012
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Review: Great trails, well maintained, good flow. My only regret is that I didn't have time to ride more of them.

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jigsawking21 on May 21, 2012
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Review: This trail was by far a very fun ride. However i found myself back tracking and runing the same black arrow trails again and again. At the trailhead it says follow the arrows to stay on track, but at points the trails split. Whichs makes staying on the right trail hard and not back tracking by means of not knowing to go stright left or right. Only thing i say it needs is more arrows pointing which way. Other then that though it was an amazingly fast 16 mile ride. Oh and huff and puff :p ah what a great little trail, gets those lungs working for sure. Not really as bad as most deemed it, but for only a brutal rock climb which i busted my butt on lol. All in all though im looking forward to racing here!

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StreakMTB on May 20, 2012
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Review: This is an enjoyable, well-maintained trail. The fact that it is a 17 mile network makes it a "destination" trail. The wildlife is also a lot of fun - you are really in the middle of nowhere. My only complaint is that the green loop has a lot of roots, which was irritating to my girlfriend on her 26in hardtail, but wasn't an issue on my FS 29er. My personal favorite trail segment was "Sandy Creek" because it was fast, smooth and had some great views.

Similar Trail: Fort Yargo

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brcjacks on May 11, 2012
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Review: Be advised, 5/26 -5/27/2012 event #3 of the Georgia State Championship Series is being held here. This probably means that most of the trails will be closed on Saturday late afternoon and all day Sunday during the actual races. The typically "uncrowded" area will be over run by about 300 racers plus promoters, sponsors and volunteers. http://www.goneriding.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=595&Itemid=303

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bikerjames on May 5, 2012
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Review: Dauset Trails are should be ridden by anyone. The trails are fast and easy for 75% and technical yet flowing for the other 25 %. Bring your 29'er or singlespeed and enjoy the well-designed, well- maintained, beautiful trail system south of Atlanta!Although the trail is well- marked, print off a map for your first trip. Be sure to check out the impressive animal exhibit and walk just down the road at the Dauset Nature Center.Enjoy!

Similar Trail: Lake Norman, NC; parts of Tsali

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Slee_Stack on April 29, 2012
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Review: How did I miss writing a review for Dauset?! This place is a real gem, albeit kind of in the middle of nowhere. It has a very different feel than most SORBA style trail systems. In a way, it feels 'old school' and perhaps a 'little less traveled'. Many sections are just quiet and beautiful to ride through. Most of the ride is nothing too challenging with the exception of 'Huff 'n Puff' which is aptly named. Its great fun though! Take a map since its easy to get turned about. Other than that, no real negative here. Depending on the week, Dauset is my favorite regular trail system in GA!

Similar Trail: Nothing quite the same.

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cubanchurchill on March 15, 2012
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Review: Great trail ride. The scenery was beautiful and the trails were awesome. slight technical with flowing sections to ride at good speeds. Hard to believe your in middle GA with trails like this. I saw about 10 deer running along side me through the woods. I did get turned around a couple of times but ended up finding my way through. Will be riding this trail a lot more

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rwcameron66 on December 24, 2011
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Review: Great trail that is uaually well maintained. Beautiful scenery with something for every skill level.

Similar Trail: Fort Yargo

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Theejuicer on October 27, 2011
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Review: Been riding since July 2011 and found the intermediate trail to be a good challange with a little bit of everything.

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tyonkers on October 26, 2011
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Review: This is a great trail system, with alot of variety. There is something for everyone here from beginners to advanced riders. great climbs and descents. Great Flow, and is worth a visit.

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Rockchick786 on October 17, 2011
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Review: Have rode these trails at Dauset many times, (live nearby). Many trails to choose from with a decent amount of variety in elevation changes, fast downhill on Pine Mountain and great scenery especially at Sandy Creek. Hardly any crowds, even on the weekends. Signage is ok but trails can be a bit confusing, so make sure you pick up a map at the parking lot.

Similar Trail: Fort Yargo

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Trek29er on September 21, 2011
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Review: Yet another SORBA trail that is a must ride. Three trails of various lengths, 3 mi 10 mi 17 mi. Clearly marked with green blue and black arrows placards on the trees. Only had about an hour to ride, but the green trail was smooth flowing, with proper radius turns and the occasional whoop dee doos. TH had maps, and following the trail placards was a breeze. I saw numerous deer, that just stood by and looked at me as I screamed by only 15' away. Some hills and climbs, but hardly lung busters, on the green routing. This is a good ride for if your with in a couple of hours of this place.

Similar Trail: FATS Tsali

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Smathews on June 19, 2011
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Review: Ok , where to start ? Rode it yesterday for the 1st time only my second time on a "real" mountain bike trail and was blown away , the single track was awesome . We hit trail after trail , loved the uphills through rock gardens , I'm addicted ! Some great elevation changes depending on which trail you pick and some "moving" bridges, according to my girlfriend anyways.... great single track action , plenty of rocks and roots and climbs make it a instant favorite to me , a real challenge to this newbie , Brakes were screaming by the end of the day , worth the trip!!! I had to add a quick edit after riding the Huff and Puff section last weekend. If your not familiar with your bikes and your own abilities pass this up until you feel confident about both . Plenty of great trails still to ride at this location to enjoy . With that being said , What a ride ! Seriously insane climbs up rocks and roots,dodging trees, steep ledges ,and great drops , not a lot of room for error , take it slow at first and enjoy.* Review edited 7/17/2011

* Review edited 7/17/2011

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MotherGoose on May 15, 2011
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Review: Great trails that are well maintained and great scenery. Indian Springs SP and High Falls SP are there so you can make a weekend of it. I rode the intermediate and there were plenty of technical sections. Signage is pretty good but take a map at the front just in case.

Similar Trail: Chicopee

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bwgilbert on May 10, 2011
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Review: Great trail you can make a weekend of it. The trails are broken up so that anyone from a novice to single track junkie can enjoy it. Even if you are traveling a good distance you can stay at Indian Springs State Park for pretty cheap. From tent camping to cottages. Indian Springs is even building a connecting trail. (Not ready as of 10 May 2011), but it is great, especially if you have a family that does not ride with you. I rated the trail right in the middle, but it really goes from Easiest to hard.

Similar Trail: Blankets Creek

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kwnichol on February 14, 2011
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Review: Wonderful trail broken into three different lenghts. I am new to trail riding and Dauset offers the perfect design for beginners. Based on the comments from other riders, Dauset also provides experienced riders an excellent outlet as well. Great crowds on the weekends!!!* Review edited 2/14/2011

* Review edited 2/14/2011

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Gregory757 on December 17, 2010
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Review: I'm new to mountainbiking... got all nutty and bought a Cannondale at REI about 4 months ago and have been to Dauset probably 6 times. It's 60 miles from where I live in Atlanta, so I bought a Pop-Up Camper so I can stay at Indian Creek State Park 5 mins away and bike for several days at a time. This past Thanksgiving Day, I biked for almost 4 hours straight (Alot more fun than sitting around with boring relatives watching crappy football on TV!) Anyway, it has plenty of trails for me... I usually do a big loop that takes me about 1 1/2 to 2 hours, then I head back to the camper for a break, then out again in the afternoon. I've been to Tsali Trails once in N.C., which I thought was mountain biking heaven, with the views of the lake. That's a 3 hour drive though.

Similar Trail: Tsali Trails in N.C.

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vtbishop on December 4, 2010
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Review: Great workout. Love the huff and puff section. Have a friend who works there and he told me was named after guys who designed it, not how hard it is. Lots of different skill levels. The only down fall is there are no air opportunities, at lest not safe ones. But worth the trip.

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Zander4 on October 24, 2010
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Review: Not quit sure what the previous post was thinking. It's a mountain bike trail. Hello! There's gonna be roots, rocks, lions, tigers and bears oh my! Ok maybe not lions , tigers and bears, but you get the picture. Go to Siver Comet if you want a smooth ride. These are very well maintained and offer something for everyone. Not the most technical trails and certainly not black diamond statues, but if you run the loops enuff times around you will get a workout for sure. Dauset holds SORBA events here so they must be doing something right.

Similar Trail: Ft. Yargo

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nvrenf on October 9, 2010
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Review: ok...where to start...ugh. I was so looking forward to this trail based upon the reviews below... but it was definitely not what I expected. I was disappointed to say the least - other than the short 'beginner' sections, I thought the trail was barely rideable... so many roots... a few rocks... and did I say roots... It was definitely an aerobic workout, I did quite a bit of hiking up and down root covered trails. The scenery was beautiful, but did not help me get over the 'beat up' feeling I had from riding 10 miles of this...

Similar Trail: nothing that I know of...

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metal_slug on July 5, 2010
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Review: i've been wanting to ride this trail since i started riding back in march. so yeah, i'm a newbie. got the chance to go this past saturday and it was awesome! very well maintained, good scenery, couple of descent technical climbs, and i stayed away from huff n' puff. but like everyone else has said so far, it's an awesome trail for central GA.

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GoldenGoose on February 28, 2010
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Review: I was pretty surprised by this place. It definitely wasn't what I was expecting to find in central Georgia. There were a decent amount of flat section, as I had expected, but there were also lots of punchy climbs and a decent amount of rocks in certain sections. Trails are in pretty good shape as well. The elevation changes reminded me a bit of Ft Yargo but the trails didn't snake and twist the same.

Similar Trail: Ft Yargo

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peanutpuckett on October 27, 2009
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Review: My favorite so far! Starts easy so you get a good warm up. It has variety of up and down hill making it challenging aerobically but also fun! Well marked, easy to get to. I have not gone on the Huff N Puff yet but plan to.

Similar Trail: Fort Yargo

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Jeremy_Bayless on November 14, 2008
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Review: Great trail. It's my favorite at the moment. I just started and it's great to learn and build on. It has beginner, intermediate, and advanced trails. 17 miles worth of trails.

Similar Trail: I don't know of any at the moment except The Beach in Jonesboro, Ga.

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s1ng1etrack on March 17, 2008
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Review: Great beginners trail. More trail riding than mountain biking. Very fast with little or no climbing. The Huff n' Puff is fun. I rode the whole system in about 2 1/2 hours.

Similar Trail: The Olympic Horse park

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ckdake on February 16, 2008
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Review: Wow! The first time I went to Dauset was when I was just getting started mountain biking and an old bike combined with all the roots made even the short loop be a pretty misreable experience. I rode there today and did the "advanced" loop. It was very well marked and a great ride. The advanced one ends up being about 16 miles but only a few spots are technical. It's mostly lots of up and down elevation changes. Highly recommended for a not-too-tough semi-epic ride.

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sideshow75 on January 26, 2008
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Review: Nearly enough trail to qualify as a mini epic. I strung the complete system together for nearly 12 miles of fun, challenging single track. Exceptionally well marked and maintained, many options for shorter rides. Not much in the way of obsticles, mostly because of the multi use aspect of this trail, yet still wonderfully entertaining trail, great for anyone in the area

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Bullitrider on July 16, 2007
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Review: This Trail system is Close to me so I ride there alot. It is a great place to get in shape and to take new riders. It also has just enough techincal stuff for the advanced riders to have plenty of fun on. I have ridden this trail pretty much from when it was built and keep going back...

Similar Trail: Some of it is like the easier parts of Blankets creek

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sandm96 on March 28, 2007
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Review: Excellent trail system!!! Rode it for the first time 2 days ago and haven't stopped thinking about the place. Like previously mentioned, there's plenty of trails and some for every skill level. We put in about 18 miles and was told that there's alot more that we didn't ride. This was my first singlespeed ride as well. With small to moderate sized climbs, this place is perfect for SS. I'm very impressed by this place. It also has a zoo, a fishing pond, a petting zoo, campgrounds, cabins, foot-trails, horse trails. I plan on taking my family there for spring break.

Similar Trail: Blankets Creek, Swayback Bridge (Trail of Legends), Chickasabogue Park, University of West Florida (PORC)

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ATLChris on August 23, 2006
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Review: This is the most fun you can have on a bike. The trails are fun and challanging but they keep you motivated to keep moving. There are different trails for every skill level. Definatly a trail any mountain bike should check out.

Similar Trail: Blanket Creek (Woodstock, Georgia)

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JAMIE_MCG on April 22, 2006
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Review: Just got back from riding this trail, it's Great, well maintianed and marked, will defiently make this a regular ride, Thanks to all who help maintian this place.

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Bennyg on April 6, 2006
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Review: My favorite! I try others, but keep coming back. Last weekend I went to another trail and was so disappointed, I left and drove 150 miles to spend the afternoon at Dauset. Everyone I introduce to it feels the same.

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Rebus on December 19, 2005
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Review: A fun place to spend the day. So many trails and they all connect so you can piece together any kind of ride or length you want. Fast flowing singletrack; rooty and rocky climbs; riverside speeding.....The trail has everything. Loved it.

Similar Trail: Blankets Creek

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K2K on July 16, 2005
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Review: Nice little trail system. Nice Park. Take my daughter in her Chariot Cougar trailer on a lot of the non-technical trails... Plenty to do for the day with the whole family

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rashnixon on November 10, 2004
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Review: This is my favorite trail in all of Georgia. It is super fast and fun to ride. It has a little something for everyone. My favorite route is starting on Moonshine to Fern Gully up to Turkey Trot then Pine Mountain (fast downhill with some potential air), then Sandy Creek to Huff n Puff then out to the parking area on Bootlegger. This is on private land provided out of the land owners generous heart. Please respect his rules. NO DOGS. This is a nature preserve.

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Guest on April 5, 2004
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Review: This place is awesome! If you've never on this trail before, you need to take a map with you. Maps are available at the trail head. Enter the trailhead to the left of the parking lot and follow the blue/black arrows around the course. There are 17 +/- miles of trails if you follow the black. Less if you follow the blue or green. It's all singletrack, baby! Awesome! Bring a few different tires. Try a lateral knobby front and a semi-slick rear! You won't be disappointed! There are no long climbs and there's no seriously technical sections either. It's just fast singletrack!

Similar Trail: Blanket's Creek, Ocala, Hannah Park (Jax, FL)

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