Located in the US, the ATV trails in South Carolina offers over ten good ATV trail destinations. The best South Carolina ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Enoree OHV Trail, TNT Motorsports Park, Cedar Springs OHV Trail, Parsons Mountain OHV Trail, and Wambaw Cycle Trail - North. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a South Carolina ATV trails trail below.
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.
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.
North of Columbia and southeast of Chester, The TNT Motorsports Park has several trails open to ATV riding. There are three trails open to ATVs. The Kasel Trail is an 8 mile wooded route winding through 228 acres of hardwoods. The Pathfinder Trail is a beginner loop. The Caldwell trail traverses 105 acres of hardwoods.
Near Edgefield in the Sumter National Forest, the blue-blazed Parsons Mountain OHV Trail is a 12 mile ATV trail through hardwood bottoms and pine plantations. The blue-blazed loop trail begins and ends at the trail head on FS Road 515.
Near McClellanville in the Francis Marion National Forest, the Wambaw Cycle Trail system passes through sandy pine forest and consists of two loops totaling 40 miles North Loop and South Loop that are open to ATV riding.
North of Columbia in Fairfield County, the Carolina Adventure World has over 100 miles of ATV riding trails that are spread across 2,600 wooded acres. The rated trails range from greens running along brooks with nice views, to blues for more experienced riders, to black diamond trails with challenging hill climbs and techinical sections.
Near Gaffney, the K-BAR-M ATV Park is open to ATV riding. K-BAR-M ATV Park is open only on the weekends. You need to pay in advance before riding or risk being charged with trespassing.
Northwest of Columbia and southwest of Laurens, the Gulches Offroad Vehicle Park has 32 trails spread across 80 acres. There are five directional trails that works well for shared, multi-use. There is mud, sand, rock gardens and hill climbs.