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Old 07-20-2015, 09:27 PM   #1
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Boonville White lake Loop

I ride this route which crosses rt. 28 plus some county seasonal roads in Boonville. I start from The Brown Barn campground in Boonville to Smith rd. in Hawkinsville past the rod and gun club which turns into a seasonal dirt road which takes you into the Mason's camp in White Lake which comes out onto rt 28. Then proceed south on 28 to Woodgate, take a right which takes you back into Hawkinsville Hamlet. Then you can take a short ride on State Forest trails which will lead you to the Boonville Black river canal. All in all it's a great ride and a fun ride to do.

Some camping opportunities along the way.
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