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Level: Intermediate
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +424/ -144 ft
Total: 12 riders

Mountain Biking Sara Babb Park

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#242 of 398 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#7,117 in the world

Only about a mile and a half of trail right now but there will eventually be another 4 miles added. So far, most of the trail is flat and winds through the low areas beside the creek but drains surprisingly well. Twisty, old school singletrack. Trails are directional by day - check the signs and follow the appropriate arrows.

First added by Jeff Barber on Jan 21, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Dallas, head northeast on SR 381 / Memorial drive for about a mile. Turn right onto Recreation Dr. (look for the Paulding County Library). Head past the library and park near the tennis courts at the bottom of the hill.
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  • jezones

    I liked it. If your looking to get a taste of what it's like to ride in the mountains then this is the place. What it lacks in distance it makes up for in elevation. Has some really tough climbs on varying trails surfaces. Some off camber, some rocky and some just covered in pine straw. Do laps to get in extra miles, it's fun in either direction but I think I preferred CW. It's a trail built and designed by the people that ride it. You can tell they like to climb. But there is reward for that climb with those fun down hills. They have started working on a new loop so there is around 4 miles now. Looking forward to my next trip up there.

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  • Trail Shredder

    Seems like the are just throwing trail in without much thought. Mostly off camber, going up and down rather than thought of utilizing the land. Total waste of time to ride

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  • RiverSasquatch

    Followed the CW blue arrow trail. If you like a steady steep climb with tight, twisty switchbacks, you might like it. Very raw and needs riders. Was around 1 mile long.

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  • Stephen Ma

    Like greyhound said this trail needs A LOT of work! Can't ride it in the current condition, we had the darnest time even finding where the trail started. I would check out Mt Tabor park if you want to good ride thats near here.

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  • greyhound

    This trail is unrideable. The trail is covered by downed trees and needs heavy maintenance.

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  • GoldenGoose

    Having ridden the other trails Paulding SORBA maintains, I had elevated expectations for this trail, even though it says it only has 1.5 miles and is intended for beginners. Honestly, I was pretty disappointed. The trail is flat, slow, and somewhat boring other than a short section that was cut into a small slope. Trees down all over the place. Some signs at the start to but there are lots of spots desperately in need of signage as you ride further into the trail. I saw several signs that look like they were either blown over or possibly knocked down intentionally. This place needs some serious TLC before I would recommend anyone try it for a ride.

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  • Jeff Barber

    There isn't a lot here (yet) but there seems to be a good bit of land to work with. I found many small trees down on 1/19/11 and by the looks of it, someone placed them over the trail intentionally. Signage is decent but a bit confusing in places.

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