Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Get-A-Way
Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Get-A-Way is located 12 miles from downtown Ellijay in the Chattahoochee National Forest. We are the southeast's best kept secret for ride in/ride out access to some of the best single track mountain bike trails, including the Georgia Pinhoti trail system. Only a short drive between Chatsworth and Ellijay, Mulberry Gap feels like you are a million miles away.
Surrounded by the enchanting Chattahoochee National Forest, with lush greens in spring and summer and stunning fall colors later in the year, "peaceful adventure" describes this getaway uniquely constructed to cater to mountain bikers.
Whether you choose stay in one of our sleeping cabins, or bring your own lodging in the form of a tent or RV, or just want to come hang out with us for the day, there is a place for you!
Open year-round. Bath House facilities; Home Cooked Breakfast & Dinner Available; Camping; Cabins; Fire pits; Bike wash; Dog friendly
Set in the national forest, the site preserves the natural setting of its surroundings.
Kitchen Supplies Available (if any)
At Mulberry Gap, the day begins and ends with great food and plenty of it!
Home-cooked meals are made daily from in season farm fresh ingredients and served family or buffet style in the dining hall. With advance notice, we accommodate special diets such as vegetarian, vegan, diabetic, celiac, and macrobiotic. Each day is chef’s choice unless requests are made.
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
Owners reside on the property.
Number of Persons Shelter Will Accommodate
4 cabins = 7 units = 20 beds
Pet Friendly Notes
Please crate them or bring a blanket to protect our rugs and bedding. Clean up after your pet; keep them restrained if necessary so they are not a nuisance or threat to other guests or dogs. Please notify us in advance.
We are a mountain destination but easy to get to since we are just 20 minutes (12 miles) from Ellijay and about 20 miles from Chatsworth. From Ellijay, the road is gently winding. From Chatsworth, you must cross Fort Mountain so there is more climbing and winding but scenic and offers several overlooks for mountain viewing. Coming from Ellijay and Chatsworth, you will turn off Hwy 52 onto Conesauga Road which is all paved except the last two miles before getting to Mulberry Gap. This short section of gravel road is well maintained but can get dusty.Coming from Eton, CCC Camp Road is paved until entering the forest alongside Holly Creek. There will be about 5 miles of gravel before getting to Mulberry Gap. This road is more bumpy and rocky however, it is a scenic byway and a beautiful drive.
Nightly Rate or Fee (if any)
Cabins: $75-$35/person/night; Camping: $15-$5/person/night; Pets: $5-$10/pet/day
- Locally or Family-Owned Business
Shelter Warming Source
Wood Burning Stove