Enoree OHV Trail For ATV Riding

The MOST popular all terrain vehicle trail in South Carolina.

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Near Whitmire in the Sumter National Forest, the Enoree OHV Trail is a 14 mile route that travels along rolling piedmont hills and pine forests that are open to ATV riding. The interconnecting loops roll over dirt and sand.

To reach the ATV riding trailhead from Whitmire, head west on US Highway 72. Turn left onto Garlington School Road (FS Road 366). Go south about 2 miles; cross over the railroad tracks. Trailhead parking is on the left.

Note: make sure to follow the correct color blazes to stay on the ATV trails. See information at the trailhead.

This trail system is maintained by the South Carolina Off-Road Enthusiasts.

Overall, Enoree OHV Trail is the 1st most popular ATV riding trail of all 12 ATV trails in South Carolina. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Enoree OHV Trail including Cedar Springs OHV Trail and Parsons Mountain OHV Trail.


Local Contact(s):  Sumter National Forest (803) 637-5396; South Carolina Tourism (803) 734-1700.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  Apr. - Dec.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Base Camp:  NFS Brick House Campground

Luxury Loding:  Francis Marion Hotel (800) 678-8946

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/scnfs/

Article Source:   Best Enoree OHV Trail ATV Trails Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=ATV&id=12820

GPS:  34.479, -81.728

Date Published:  5/18/2016

Date Updated:  7/17/2016

ID:  12820

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