Bartram Forest

Biking & Hiking in Milledgeville

Take an active or leisurely tour of Milledgeville. The trails in Milledgeville offer a variety of native wildlife, plants and flowers along beautiful open fields and forests. Bike or hike along the different trails and enjoy the incredible views. Bartram Forest, located just a few miles outside Milledgeville, offers outdoor enthusiasts three looping trails through pines, meadows, across a creek and alongside a pond. If you are looking for an easy stroll, the Oconee River Greenway has a variety of shaded walking and biking trails along the Oconee River.

Named a bicycle friendly community in 2014, self-guided bike touring in Milledgeville provides an experience unlike a windshield tour or even a walk. Bicycling allows the visitor to roll through at their speed and spend time at the attractions of their interest. Bike racks are available throughout the downtown, making it easy to park for a coffee break, take a selfie with an 1800’s home or even smell the flowers.

Interested in pedal pushing on your trip, we have you covered. Oconee Outfitters will rent you just what you need or repair the one you brought from home.

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The Bicycle Club of Milledgeville offers weekly rides as well as seasonal events, news, and advocacy of cycling in the area.

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