Biking in Georgia State Parks

Biking at Magnolia Springs

Magnolia Springs State Park


Bicycles are welcome at most state parks, and some parks rent bikes.


Class 1 e-bikes are allowed on roadways and trails that also allow bicycles. State law requires that riders 15 and younger must wear a helmet.

Paved and Hard-Surface Trails

Find paved trails at Panola Mountain and Tallulah Gorge state parks. Hard-surfaced trails are located at Red Top Mountain, Skidaway Island, Smithgall Woods and Magnolia Springs state parks and Hart State Park.

Mountain Biking

Mountain bikers may test their endurance at Cloudland Canyon, Hard Labor Creek, Fort Mountain, Tallulah Gorge, Unicoi, Richard B. Russell, Mistletoe, Fort Yargo, Watson Mill Bridge and Victoria Bryant state parks.

Bike Rentals

Bike rentals available at A.H. Stephens, Black Rock Mountain, Cloudland Canyon, Crooked River, Florence Marina, Fort McAllister, General Coffee, Georgia Veterans, Jack Hill, Laura S. Walker, Little Ocmulgee, Magnolia Springs, Panola Mountain, Reed Bingham, Richard B. Russell, Skidaway Island and Vogel state parks.
Please call the park for pricing.

Muddy Spokes ClubMuddy Spokes Club Logo

Our Muddy Spokes Club is designed to provide a challenge, progressing from easier to more difficult trails. Ride at your own pace and earn a "mud-spattered" t-shirt once you finish all trails.