Frady Branch Equestrian and Bike Trail System

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

[Photo] The entrance sign to the Frady Branch multi-use trail system.

While the 14.5-mile Frady Branch Trail System is a popular place among horse back riders, the trails are also open to mountain bike riders and hikers. Four loops provide opportunities for different experiences on the trail system.. The parking area has separate sections for mountain bikers, hikers, and horse trailers.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Sunrise to sunset.
Fees $5/person/day
Open Season: Open Year-round
Water: Drinking
Restroom: Vault
Operated By: USDA Forest Service

General Information


Physical Address: 4240 Hwy 184, Toccoa, GA

From Gainesville, GA
Take GA-365 N/US-23 N for 28.7 miles.
Follow signs towards Toccoa and Lavonia onto GA-365 N/US-123 and go 6.3 miles GA-184 S/.
Turn right onto GA-184 S/Dicks Hill Parkway and go 0.3 mile.
Turn left onto GA-184 S  (Homer Highway) and go 2.8 miles to the Frady Branch entrance on the right.

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