Enoree Off-Highway Vehicle Trail

Clinton, South Carolina

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This ride is one of five interconnecting loops called the Enoree Off-Highway Vehicle Trail. A rough sketch of the complete route, distributed by the Forest Service, gives you another 15 miles to explore. While designed for motorcycles and ATVs, the trail sees little use on weekdays. This loop takes you up and down several times on gently rolling hills, and the smooth trail lets you ride fast. The motorcycles have created fun berms, whoop-dee-do’s, and mudholes. You will find few obstacles, and the hardpacked sand remains in good shape except after a big rain. When I rode at Enoree, a portion of the trail was closed for repair, which is sometimes the case there when loops are rerouted. The description here completes Loop 1 using a clay roadbed. The Upstate Trail Riders Association, a motorcycle club which supports mountain bike use at Enoree, works with the Forest Service to maintain the five loops. Contact the Forest Service to find out about scheduled workdays. Tread: Singletrack with one mile on old roadbed.
Mountain Biking South Carolina

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Mountain Biking South Carolina

by Nicole Blouin (Falcon Guides)

This ride is one of five interconnecting loops called the Enoree Off-Highway Vehicle Trail. A rough sketch of the complete route, distributed by the Forest Service, gives you another 15 miles to explore. While designed for motorcycles and ATVs, the trail sees little use on weekdays.

This loop takes you up and down several times on gently rolling hills, and the smooth trail lets you ride fast. The motorcycles have created fun berms, whoop-dee-do’s, and mudholes. You will find few obstacles, and the hardpacked sand remains in good shape except after a big rain. When I rode at Enoree, a portion of the trail was closed for repair, which is sometimes the case there when loops are rerouted. The description here completes Loop 1 using a clay roadbed. The Upstate Trail Riders Association, a motorcycle club which supports mountain bike use at Enoree, works with the Forest Service to maintain the five loops. Contact the Forest Service to find out about scheduled workdays. Tread: Singletrack with one mile on old roadbed.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Clinton
Distance: 4
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Enoree Ranger District, Sumter National Forest (864) 427-9858.
Local Maps: USGS Newberry West; a map including all five loops is available from the Forest Service.
Driving Directions: Directions to Enoree Off-Highway Vehicle Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

10/31/2002
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Leave this trail to the atv crowd. I rode during the week and still had to compete with atv traffic and noise. The only challenging part is the deep ruts and mudholes from off road motorized vehicles.



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