Welcome to Hart Farm Trails

This trail system consists of hand-cut single track that bisects a power line easement. There is currently an 8 mile outer loop flagged with white markers. Trails pop in and out of the woods and you are never far from the trail head, which has a covered picnic area, camper restroom and a bike wash station. The trails have a little bit of everything that comes with hand cut single track in an old hardwood growth forest…. roots, rocks, twisty turns, short punchy climbs, sweeping descents, creek crossing and a little bit of double track thrown in for good measure.

Please support the Hart Farms trails by riding and/or running them and making a small donation to help pay the annual lease. There is a donation box at the trail head or you can donate to our Paypal and designate to “Use this donation for” Hart Farm Trails

Meet our Trail Team

The people (trail fairies) behind the scenes that keep our local trails in great shape

Jimmy Scott


The Myth. The Man. The Legend.
Over a decade ago, Jimmy took lease of an old deer camp and turned it into old school single track. He has worked tirelessly to keep these trails in shape for locals to run and bike.

Chris Nash

Trail Foreman

Chris has been involved for years with Hart Farm and recently devoted hours and hours of work to reroute, flag, clean up and make sure the trails are in perfect condition.
Chris rediscovered mountain biking in 2012 which led to an obsession of all things cycling, be it road, gravel and of course mountain biking. He is a lifelong resident of Greene County and is a true gearhead at heart with over 20 years of experience in the automotive industry. When he’s not on one of his many bikes, which is rare, you can find him running or enjoying the occasional hike.

Mark Dugan

Texas Chainsawyer

Mark has years of trail maintenance experience and has been instrumental in cleaning up and rerouting some of our new trails.

Ben Askew

Pro Liner

Ben started helping Jimmy from the very beginning and still enjoys biking and hiking with his family at Hart Farms If you see any pro-lines or cuts, Ben likely made it.

Lisa Baynes

Sorba liaison

Lisa’s love for her community and all things bicycle related led her to her current ventures that include the Board of Directors for The Firefly Trail, a non-profit working to develop a multi-purpose regional trail system, she also co-chairs the Firefly Local Action Committee for Greene County. Lisa is a USA Ambassador for Specialized Bicycles and is part of the governing board for Hart Farm Trails in Union Point and is the trail liaison for Sorba Athens. Lisa’s passion is working towards creating sustainable trails that will help foster economic development in her community. In her spare time, Lisa is an avid cyclist and runner and appreciates all the wonderful outdoor opportunities in our local area.

John David Hallman

Trail Doctor

John David (aka, JD) has been involved in the central Georgia mountain biking scene for over 20 years as a rider, racer, and trail volunteer. JD recently joined our team after several years as a volunteer at another lake area trail system. While he rarely rides a trail he doesn’t like, old-school singletrack is his passion. Considering this, he was drawn to Hart Farms Trails and looks forward to being a contributor on an already awesome team of trail enthusiasts. 

Contact Us

Find us at the office

53 Crawfordville Rd. Union Point
Georgia 30669

Give us a ring

Jimmy Scott at 706-318-7312

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