Blue Off Highway Vehicle Trail For OHV Driving

The 5th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in South Carolina.

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Southwest of Sumter and south of Wedgefield, the 23,000 acre Manchester State Forest has 100 miles of road and trails through flowering mountain laurel and red cedar that are open to 4WD.

The Blue OHV Trail (7.8 miles) is one of three loops in the Manchester Forest that wind through a mixture of forest, open, area, and some wetland. You will be guided by arrows, which indicate turns and direction of travel. Although basically a lowland area, there are enough small hills to make your ride exciting. The trail surface is a mixture of dirt and sand.

To reach the trailhead from Sumter head west on US 76 for 10 miles. Go south on SR 261 for 12.7 miles.

Veer right on Sumter County S-51 (toward Rimini). The entrance to the parking is approximately 0.6 miles on the left side.

Here are milages for the different color coded trails shown on the map:

Red 9.6 miles

Blue 7.8 miles

Green 1.7 miles

Purple 4.2 miles

Overall, Blue Off Highway Vehicle Trail is the 5th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 5 OHV routes in South Carolina.


Local Contact(s):  Manchester State Forest (803) 494-8196; South Carolina Tourism (803) 734-1700.

Best Season:  Jan - Aug.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Base Camp:  Poinsett State Park Campground

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Blue Off Highway Vehicle Trail For OHV Driving

GPS:  33.7601, -80.50633

Date Published:  1/6/2016

Date Updated:  9/21/2018

ID:  18411

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