Located in the US, the OHV driving in South Carolina is known for five fun OHV trails. The best South Carolina OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Enoree Off Highway Vehicle Trail, Red Off Highway Vehicle Trail, Cedar Springs ORV Trail, Gulches Off Road Vehicle Park, and Blue Off Highway Vehicle Trail. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a South Carolina OHV driving trail below.
Near Whitmire, the Enoree OHV Trail is a 14 mile route that travels along rolling piedmont hills and pine forests that are open to dirt biking. The interconnecting loops roll over dirt and sand.
Near Edgefield, 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 ORVs 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.
Northwest of Columbia and southwest of Laurens, the Gulches Off Road Vehicle Park has 80 acres open to 4x4 driving. There is mud, sand, rock gardens and hill climbs across 32 OHV trails.
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.