Cedar Springs OHV Trail For ATV Riding

The 3rd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in South Carolina.

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Near Edgefield in the Sumter National Forest, the Cedar Springs OHV Trail is a 11-mile, blue-blazed trail consists of a 7-mile northern loop, a 3-mile southern loop, and a 1-mile connector, which enables the ATV riders to determine the length and duration of their rides. It offers a variety of plant life and wildlife habitats distinctive to the piedmont and allows riders to view diverse canopies, hardwood stands, and pine plantations. The trail follows old and new logging roads, crosses drains, runs through hardwood bottoms as well as along ridges.

To reach the trailhead from Greenwood, head west on SR72 for 4.3 miles to Beulah Church. Turn left onto gravel road (FS506) for 1.7 miles. Turn right onto FS Road 505 for 0.9 mile to entrance on right.

Overall, Cedar Springs OHV Trail is the 3rd most popular ATV riding trail of all 12 ATV trails in South Carolina. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Cedar Springs OHV Trail including Enoree OHV Trail and Parsons Mountain OHV Trail.


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

Best Season:  Apr - Dec

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

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

Article Source:   Best Cedar Springs OHV Trail ATV Trails Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=ATV&id=12824

GPS:  34.1616, -82.2873

Date Published:  5/18/2016

Date Updated:  8/21/2016

ID:  12824

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