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Enoree OHV Trail

Friday, May 17, 2019

Alt Names

Sumter National Forest, Sumpter National Forest, Enoree Ranger District, South Fork Duncan Creek, Piedmont OHV Trails

Last Known StatusOpen

This part of the Sumter National Forest offers about 23 miles of multiple use trails that form long, interconnecting loops and a separate, one-way only beginners loop. The trails are marked and mainly consist of double track dirt and sandy washes with some particularly narrow sections.

The staging area has plenty of space for large trailers and has loading ramps and a vault toilet. Both the trails and staging area are only open for day use but nearby Brickhouse Campground is just a few minutes away.

Visitors should note that this trail system is likely to be closed during and after bad weather so check the hotline for current conditions before heading out.

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Nearest CityClinton, SC
AddressGarlington School Road, Clinton, SC 29325
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From: Columbia, SC
1) Take I-26 (US-76) north to exit 60, about 47 miles
2) Turn right off the exit ramp on SR-66, continue 3.6 miles
3) Turn left (north) on SR-S 30-278, continue 2.2 miles
4) Veer right on Garlington School Road, continue about .5 miles.
5) Staging area is on the right.


LandNational Forest


Our RatingRating
Recommended StayFull Day
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Approx Size2,560 acres (4 sq mi)
Miles Of Trail23
Climate TypeForest
Elevation400 to 500 ft.
Trail MaintenanceMarked, Not Rated, Lightly MaintainedOne way trails marked in orange, two-way trails marked in white.
Loose DirtThis trail has little loose dirt.Little
Hard PackThe trail has some hard pack terrain.Some
SandThis trail has mostly sandy areas.Mostlysand and piedmont clay
MudThe trail has little mud after it rains.Little
DustThe trail has little dust on typical days.Little
RocksThis trail has little rocks.Little
TreesThe trail has almost all trees.All
Steep HillsThis trail has no steep hills.None
Water CrossingsThe trail has no water crossings.None
Small JumpsThis trail has no small jumps.None
Large JumpsThis trail has no large jumps.None
BermsThe trail has few berms.Few
Sand/Gravel PitsThis national forest has no sand or gravel pits.None
RoadsThis national forest has no roads.None
IntersectionsThis trail has some intersections.Some
Rider TrafficThe national forest has some rider traffic on typical days.Some
ShadeThis national forest has some shaded areas.Some
HazardsThis trail has few hazards.Few(hazards assumed marked but use caution)
Easy Terrain NoviceThis trail has some beginner terrain.Some
Moderate Terrain AmateurThis trail has mostly intermediate level terrain.Mostly
Difficult Terrain ExpertThis trail has little expert terrain.Little
CommentTerrain mainly consists of sand and piedmont clay.


Permit RequiredNo
Dates OpenLast Friday in March through first Monday after January 1
Reciprocity OfferedUnknown
Spark ArrestorYesA spark arresting silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.
Noise LimitYes (96 dB)
Whip FlagsNot Required
Maximum Vehicle WidthYes (50 inches)has entrance gate or posts
Allow Dirt Bikes, Trail Bikes and Motorcycles MotorcyclesPermitted
Allow All Terrain Vehicles / Quads / Four Wheelers Four WheelersPermitted(maximum width 50 inches)
Allow Utility Terrain Vehicles, Side by Sides (SXS), RZR UTVs / SXSProhibited
Allow 4x4 Jeeps, SUVs and 4 x 4 Trucks with License Plates SUVs / Jeeps (registered)Prohibited
Dune Buggy/Sand Rail
4x4 (unregistered)
Two Strokes /
2 Cycle Engines
No Restriction
Helmets RequiredYes
BicyclesNo Restriction
HikingNo Restriction
HorsebackNo Restriction
Camping / Overnight RV Parking CampingProhibitedpermitted at Brickhouse Campground
Campfire Restrictions CampfiresProhibited
Night RidingNoriding hours dawn to dusk
Cross CountryProhibitedvehicles must stay on trail
Emergency / Law Enforcement
Insurance*Disclaimer: RiderPlanet recommends that all riders obtain motorcycle insurance or ATV / UTV insurance before visiting any of the locations depicted.


RidingYes ($5.00 per OHV)
onsite self service pay station
Tent: $5.00
RV: $5.00
Addtl. Vehicle: $0.00
Brick House Campground Fee


First Aid First Aid5-20 Miles (SE)Newberry County Memorial Hospital (803) 276-7570
Gasoline Gasoline5-20 Miles (SW)Royal Food Store (864) 697-4890
Diesel Diesel5-20 Miles (SW)Royal Food Store (864) 697-4890
Potable Water Water5-20 Miles (SE)Magnolia RV Park & Campground (864) 697-1214
RV Hookups RV Hookup5-20 Miles (SE)Magnolia RV Park & Campground (864) 697-1214
RV Dump Station RV Disposal5-20 Miles (SE)Magnolia RV Park & Campground (864) 697-1214
Primitive Camping Campground1-5 Miles (S)Brickhouse Campground (803) 276-4810
Convenience Store Conv Store5-20 Miles (SW)Royal Food Store (864) 697-4890
Swimming Swim Area30+ Miles (E)Monticello Reservoir Beach
Body of Water Water BodyOn SiteNed Wesson Branch
Boating Launch Boat Ramp30+ Miles (NE)Woods Ferry Recreation Area (803) 276-4810 or (864) 427-9858


Contact InfoOHV Trail Hotline
(803) 561-4025
CommentExtension 1
Contact InfoBeth Lemaster (District Ranger)
Francis Marion & Sumter National Forest - Enoree Ranger District
20 Work Center Road
Whitmire, SC 29178
(803) 276-4810


Enoree Trail Photo

Enoree OHV Trail

Photo Submitted 8/20/2011 (Thanks!)

Enoree Trail Photo

RV Trailer Staging Area and Camping at Enoree OHV Trail

Photo Submitted 6/13/2012 (Thanks!)

Enoree Trail Photo

Enoree OHV Trail

Photo Submitted 7/1/2012 (Thanks!)

Enoree Trail Photo

Amenities at Enoree OHV Trail

Photo Submitted 11/11/2012 (Thanks!)

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