Yonah Preserve TrailsWhite County's Ultimate Outdoor Experience
What is YPT?
Yonah Preserve Trails “YPT” is the name of a multi-use trail system located on a 1,000-acre piece of property in Cleveland, Georgia. The trails are great for mountain biking, hiking, trail running, and dog walking (clean as you go, please!).
Since 2013, volunteers and NEGA SORBA members have been actively involved in fundraising, grant-writing and trail building for Yonah Preserve Trails. Thousands of volunteer hours have been donated in developing this beautiful and magical the trail system. We aren’t done yet. Many more miles of trails are ready to be built!
03/13/2022 - 9/30/2022
8 AM – 7 PM daily
10/1/2021 - 3/12/2021
8 AM – 5 PM daily
Please limit your use of the trails after rains. Although these are sustainable trails, they need the protection of all of us to keep them in good shape.
How to be Part of YPT
There are lots of ways to be involved!
Click here for upcoming trail work days, group rides, monthly meetings and other events.
You may also send a tax-deductible donation to:
Northeast Georgia SORBA
2356 Ceiba CT, Lawrenceville, GA 30043
(Please note “Yonah Preserve Trails” on your check.)
Bridge construction detour routes to Yonah Preserve Trails
Hot on the heels of our soft opening, we have a little hurdle to jump over, or go around as the case may be. Roy Head Bridge on HWY 129 between Cleveland and Albert Reid RD will be closed starting today, June 12, 2018 for repairs. The work is anticipated to take...