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Williamsport Lakes-WMA

12 miles, trail difficulty-beginner to intermediate

Address: No Physical Address-See Map
Phone: (931) 840-4042

Here's what you need to know:

  1. Getting here - country highways to two lane entrance
  2. Parking & Trailers - small gravel/field parking area within park (see map)
  3. Family Friendly - yes
  4. Trail Difficulty - beginner to intermediate
  5. Trail Info - rocky, slight elevation changes, road riding, some mud, limted water.
  6. Amenitiesno water source, rails or restrooms at trailhead. Store on site.
  7. Events & entertainment - Organized rides by permit only.
  8. Lodging - no
  9. Hookups - N/A
  10. Stalls - N/A


  • Limited trail markings-GPS and map recommended. Map and TWRA high impact ride permit available at store. Trailhead begins on left side of drive just before parking area.
  • Shoes or boots recommended.
  • Some slight elevation changes.
  • Can be muddy.
  • Maury County • 1,800 acres

    On Hwy. 50 approximately 10 mi. west of Columbia 

    Special Use - No riding during scheduled Big Game hunts. Hooved animal riding, bicycling and Off -Highway Vehicle (OHV) use permitted only by individuals possessing a valid hunting and fishing lvicense and WMA permit or a High Impact Habitat Conservation Permit.

    Open one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset on quota hunt days. Possession of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. No camping allowed.

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