Best Sumter National Forest Dirt Bike Trails

The Sumter National Forest area has 3 dirt bike trails out of the 15 offroad motorcycling rides found in South Carolina.

  September 24, 2018

Located in South Carolina, the dirt biking in Sumter National Forest is known for three cool dirt-biking trails. The best Sumter National Forest dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Enoree Motorcycle Trail, Cedar Springs Motorcycle Trail, and Parsons Mountain ORV Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Sumter National Forest dirt biking trail below.



Where Can I Dirt Bike In Sumter National Forest?


FEATURED:  Enoree Motorcycle Trail

  Sumter National Forest, South Carolina

  September 24, 2018

Near Whitmire in the Sumter National Forest, the Enoree Motorcycle Trail is a 14 mile route that travels along rolling piedmont hills and pine forests. The interconnecting loops roll over dirt and sand. This trail system is maintained by the South Carolina Off-Road Enthusiasts.


FEATURED:  Cedar Springs Motorcycle Trail

  Sumter National Forest, South Carolina

  September 24, 2018

Near Edgefield in the Sumter National Forest, the Cedar Springs Motorcycle 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 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.


FEATURED:  Parsons Mountain ORV Trail

  Sumter National Forest, South Carolina

  July 30, 2016

Near Edgefield in the Sumter National Forest, the blue-blazed Parsons Mountain OHV Trail is a 12 mile dirt bike trail through hardwood bottoms and pine plantations. The blue-blazed loop trail begins and ends at the trail head on FS Road 515. A short connection section parallels FS Road 515, allowing the rider to return to the trailhead without completing the entire trail. This narrow trail follows old logging roads across hardwood bottoms, drains and pine plantations.