Sarah's Creek Road is a 9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Clayton, Georgia that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length9.0 miElevation gain1,394 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyCampingHikingNature tripsWalkingohv / off road drivingForestViewsWildflowers
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30+ campsites are spread out. picnic tables, fire rings, tent pads, vault toilets. Small creek runs by most campsites. No established hiking trails. access to some sites requires crossing creek - which depending on water level, might require a higher profile vehicle.

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Donnie Payne
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OHV/Off-road driving

Nice and well maintained gravel/dirt roads. Lots of good campsites. Would do it again.

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Philippe Jomphe
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OHV/Off-road drivingMuddy

Ran this past weekend. Chopped down a few trees blocking the path. Several spots have become more tricky due to ruts and erosion. Was very wet and used 4Low a few times. 90% of trail was 2WD. Pretty boring trail overall.

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Robert Barnes
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OHV/Off-road drivingMuddy

Ran the trail this weekend. Trail in not easy due to other 4x4 damaging the trail By digging big Ruts. Water crossing we fun. Most of the trail is closed do to trees on trail. Only was able to do half the trail.

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Michael Crosby
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

Ran this trail two days ago in beautiful, weather I didn't camp but camp areas looked good. They are spread out in small groups and each group had its own set of bath rooms as the do in primitive campgrounds. .The farther you travel up the trail, the more difficult it gets. You can reach most camp sites in most any vehicle. To go all the way you will need 4-wheel drive at least. I was in a stock Jeep Gladiator and had no problem.

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Scott Miller
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Hiking

Question. Looks like a good trail for my pickup. Ram 1500. ?? Thoughts

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Stephen Sparkman
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OHV/Off-road driving

It’s a good time with some beautiful scenery. Follow the trail past the majority of the camp sites and you’ll get to a section where 4wd is needed. Some beautiful river crossings and more secluded campsites towards the back. Easy trail

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Crystal Everlith
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OHV/Off-road drivingMuddyOff trailRocky

This was a very easy off road trip. Except once you get to the end and try to veer off the road a bit, it gets pretty steep, rocky crosses for a non lifted vehicle. We did end up taking a turn and headed for Ducks Nest Gap, all the way to the end at Wilson's Gap. Wilson's Gap was a lot of fun off road with the family! we have a GX470, stock, with just mud terrain tires.

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Randy Villatoro
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OHV/Off-road drivingMuddy
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george rice
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Muddy

trail was very easy at first, then got pretty decent later on. great beginners road.

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Luke Kalen
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OHV/Off-road driving

Did one of my first creek crossings here! I have a 2015 Jeep Cherokee trailhawk with a 3 inch lift and mud tires. So stock Jeep Wranglers should have no problem with this trail. Great trail for beginners too!!! I have done about 6 or 7 different trails around Georgia now and this is definitely one of my favorites!!!

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Carrie Andrews
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Second off-road adventure and the day was a hit with the family! There were several roads closed but plenty open to spend a few hours exploring. We found Kell Cemetery & 3 creeks to cross, but decided 'no' on the 3rd b/c the Jeep in front of us went up on 2 wheels, not ready for that yet!!! Roads are narrow with sharp (very high) cliffs in a few spots; had to backdown a long narrow road once when traffic came in the opposite direction. Overall awesome fun and we will be back (with a trail map)!

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Jennifer Carver
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OHV/Off-road drivingOff trailRocky

Definitely a trail to be humbled by. Very rocky, muddy and very fun. the sights where amazing the water clear. I think part of the trail however was closed. Still very awesome

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Chad Rogers
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Hiking

Is this place open today ? Trying get out for a bit

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Angel Chelius
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Hiking

Una muy buena experiencia para un novato de off road

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Laura Iatrou
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OHV/Off-road drivingFeeOff trailRocky

Drove up in a Tacoma with a 3" lift and 32's. No issues with the creek crossings or the Rocky parts of the trail. Went as far as the road went and camped next the the water. Beautiful and private in spots. Will return again to check out more!

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Lisa & Mark Werner
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OHV/Off-road driving

A decent drive. You cross a few streams, some crawling. A lot of neat camping spots.

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Zane B
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OHV/Off-road drivingOff trailOver grown

Very fun trail. I have a Crown Victoria with off road tires, but stock height. did perfectly fine, however there are multiple routes. I can't remember exactly, but you can get to the peak, very pretty views. A few creek crossings, but they are very shallow and can be done in any vehicle. Definitely recommend taking your dog and going on a couple of hikes.

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Clyde Hubbard
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OHV/Off-road drivingOff trailRockyScrambleWashed out

I would most definitely come back to this trail after some upgrades such as a lift and a winch. Riding through the creeks was fun but the second one I had to back out of because the rocks were to slick for 2wd and the path up was a bit too narrow for my liking. It looked like no one had been on that side of the trail in a while. I got threw majority of it in my stock height 2wd Liberty with 2 extra passengers.

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Colby Clark
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OHV/Off-road drivingRocky

Great, easy trail with beautiful views, hard to find waterfalls though.

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Dan Farrow
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Can you ride atv and side by side here

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Jim Humphries
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The trail itself is wonderful. I also used forest service maps which weren't as accurate but did make for a 25 mile ride with a couple of creek crossing.

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