The 23 mile Enoree OHV trail travels along rolling piedmont
hills and pine forests. With interconnecting loops, riders have
an opportunity for various length rides. One way trails are
marked with orange blazes and two-way trails are marked with
white blazes. The trail is only managed for all-terrain
vehicles (ATVs) and dirt bikes. Jeeps, Hummers and other 4 x 4
vehicles are not allowed on trails. The maximum ATV width the
trail will accommodate is 50 inches.
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Call Before You Haul: Due to weather conditions
and maintenance, this trail may be closed on short notice.
Before your ride, please call the OHV hotline at (803) 561-4025.
Length: 23 miles, two loops combined
Surface: Unsurfaced, sandy
Daily $5, or yearly $50
per OHV operator. Also good for Cedar Springs, Enoree, and
Wambaw cycle trails.
Trails are closed seasonally from January through March.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A working headlight and taillight are required for night riding.
Brick House Campground is nearby
Enoree Ranger District Enoree Office
20 Work Center Road
Whitmire, SC 29178
Phone: (803) 276-4810
Fax:( 803) 276-9303
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
Laurens County-From I-26 and Highway 6, drive east 3.6 miles to
Stomp Springs Road, 30-278. Turn left onto Stomp Springs Road,
30-278, and drive 2.1 miles to Garlington School Road, Forest
Service Road 366. Turn right onto Garlington School Road, Forest
Service Road 366, and drive .4 miles to the Enoree OHV