The intramural fields are located just off of the College Station exit on Loop 10. After exiting, head towards the inside of the loop. The entrance to the park/fields is very close to the bypass, and is pretty hard to miss. The trails begin either on the other side of the pond, or at the very end of the paved road into the park (for lack of a better word). There are also several other access points, as these trails go every which way!
There is a trail that runs around the outside of the network, with trails criss-crossing all over the place inside of the loop. Imagine a spider web, and you'll pretty much have the trail map in your head. In all there are only a couple of miles of trails here, counting all of the different spurs. However, this area can be linked together with other urban trails in the area to create a much longer ride.
All About the Trail
Despite the lack of mileage and anything remarkable whatsoever, the IM Fields are worth a mention because they are the most popular in-town mountain bike ride in Athens, Georgia. While the amount of wooded area that contains these trails is very small, it is possible to get a good little ride in by going back and forth across the circle on various different trails, and circling the entire area several times.
Great place for in-Athens locals to ride without having to get in the car. Grab your bike, and ride to the trail! Otherwise, this isn't worth much of a drive.