Rosemary Drive is an easy dirt road topped with crushed rock and used to access the northern Blue Rock Trailhead of the Beasley Knob OHV Trail System. The narrow road, at only a single lane in width, winds through the thick forest for 1.2 miles, ending at a large parking area with a raised OHV loading ramp. This road is suitable for any passenger vehicle. However, due to the narrowness and endless blind corners, trucks towing trailers would find a more convenient access point from the western trailhead off Old Satterfield Road, FS-851. Be aware that the road passes several private drives, and users should always abide by posted signage. A gate along this road is seasonally closed from January until Mid-March and is also subject to closure during periods of wet weather.
For the most current, up-to-date gate information, users should call the Blue Ridge Ranger District Office, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, at 706 745-6928.
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