Parsons Mountain ORV Trail For Dirt Biking

The 7th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in South Carolina.

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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. It offers views of a variety of wildlife habitats and their vegetation. Open to off-road motorcycles under 50 inches wide.

To reach the trailhead from Abbeville, head southwest on SR 72 for approximately 2.0 miles, then turn left onto SR 28 heading south for 5.0 miles. Turn left onto FS-515. The trailhead is 0.3 mile on the right.

Overall, Parsons Mountain ORV Trail is the 7th most popular dirt bike trail of all 14 dirt biking rides in South Carolina. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Parsons Mountain ORV Trail including Enoree Motorcycle Trail and Cedar Springs Motorcycle 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

Article Source:   Best Parsons Mountain ORV Trail Dirt Biking Review

GPS:  34.0837, -82.3572

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  7/30/2016

ID:  16488

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