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The Tellico ORV Area is a fee access area. The cost is $5.00 per day/vehicle payable at the Forest Service entrance station. The station is operated on the honor system, so you will need to have correct change although they do accept checks. The money collected stays in the area to help maintain Tellico.

Camping is permitted at Tellico. There are existing campsites on many of the trails, many near stream crossings.  Other campgrounds include State Line Campground at the Tenn/NC border, and the Crawfords, which is a unique commercial campground that caters to the off-roader, has a shop with welder and is only a few miles from the entrance. 

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Tellico Information

Dixie Run 2006
Upper Tellico Off-Road Vehicle Area

The 20th Annual Dixie Run was held at Upper Tellico OHV Area  Murphy, North Carolina between Sept.29 and Oct. 1, 2006. Coffee Club Pictures in Nashville Tennessee was among many who covered the DIXIE RUN event in the Nantahala National Forest, Tellico Plains, NC.  With six cameras they shot for four days covering the entire event.  Check out the report Here



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