Find (SC) South Carolina Trails,
Off Road Parks, ATV Trails
and Motocross Tracks!

The best (SC)South Carolina trails are waiting for you. There are thousands of acres of off road parks, ATV trails, and dirt bike trails scattered throughout this state. That being the case you will find a variety of off road trucks, mud trucks, Jeeps, ATV's, UTV's, side-by-side's and dirt bikes while out on the trail in this state. The fact is, no matter what you ride or drive off road you will find fun and adventure in this state.

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There are a few private off road parks and many public trails stretching from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Atlantic coast. The diversity in terrain in this state translates to a wide variety of trail offerings. No matter what type of off road vehicle you ride or drive you will find fun and adventure in South Carolina.

So what are you waiting for? Go find a trail and start your next adventure!

Andy


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Carolina Adventure World

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 1515 Arrowhead Road, Winnsboro, SC 29180
eMail: info@carolinaadventureworld.net
Contact Phone Number: 803-482-3534

Description: Since 2007, Carolina Adventure World has quickly established itself as the premier outdoor park of its kind by providing a high quality South Carolina trail system, park amenities and overall visitor experience. Carolina Adventure World offers fun and adventure for all riders and skill levels. Located on 2,600 acres of private land this park boasts over 100 miles of custom designed trails for ATV, UTV and dedicated dirt bike trails. Some of the most notable features of this park include; multiple motocross daily riding tracks, multiple mud-bogs, 300’ competition drag-strip, enduro course, rock crawl, banked oval track, equipment wash, camping & RV hookups, shower house and BBQ pits. Carolina Adventure World also offers ATV and Dirt Bike rental equipment.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Rock Hill, Camden, Florence, Myrtle Beach, Augusta, Greenville, Dillon


Wambaw Motorcycle Trails / Francis Marion National Forest

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From Charleston drive northeast on US 17 and turn left onto Charleston County S-10-1032 (Steed Creek Rd.). Drive 5 miles and turn right onto S-10-98 (Halfway Creek Rd.) and continue 5 miles to Round Pond Cycle Trailhead on the left.
Contact Phone Number: 803-561-4025

Description: Starting from the Round Pond Trailhead, this figure eight shaped sandy South Carolina trail winds through a fragrant pine forest. You will see sinkhole ponds with bald cypress, as well as wildlife such as turkeys and deer. While the trail is designed for motorcycles, it can accommodate ATVs under 50 inches wide, and mountain bikes. The trailhead has a picnic shelter and vault toilets.

Wear bright clothing during hunting season and avoid riding this trail when it is extremely wet. Insect repellent is recommended during warm months.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Walterboro, Summerville, Orangeburg, Columbia, Augusta, Sumter


Gulches Off Road Vehicle Park

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 6850 Indian Mound Road, Laurens County, SC 29384
eMail: Gulches@gmail.com
Contact Phone Number: 864-449-5698

Description: This park allows 4x4’s, ATV’s and dirt bikes. All ATV and Motorcycle riders must wear helmets and goggles.

Unlike Tellico and some of the large state run ORV Parks, Gulches is privately owned and operated. It is a small park of just under 80 acres. However don't let its size fool you as it has everything you might be looking for from mud to sand to hill-climbs, off camber switch backs and rock gardens. It has been called the Disneyland for 4x4’s.

This park is set up like a ski resort with all “runs” clearly marked with a degree of difficulty. There are easy, intermediate, advanced, double advanced and triple advanced runs. All easy and intermediate trails lead to the more advanced trails so you can watch the “big rigs”.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Spartanburg, Greenville, Anderson, Clinton, Laurens


Black OHV / Manchester State Forest

Vehicle Types: Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From Columbia drive east or Sumter drive west on US 378. At SC 261 (Stoplight) drive south for 8.8 miles and bear right on Sumter County S-43-51 (toward Rimini). The entrance to the parking is approximately 0.6 mile on the left.

Contact Phone Number: 803-494-8196

Description: After a ride of approximately 4.5 miles on the Red Trail you will come to the start of the very tight and twisting single track Black Trail. Due to its tightness, this is a motorcycle only trail, which experienced riders will find a challenge and beginners very frustrating. This South Carolina trail's surface is a mixture of dirt and sand, which if overused may be closed to allow for recovery. Also, during wet weather there may soft spots and standing water, which may require the trail to be closed for maintenance and repairs, so please wait for drier conditions to avoid damage. Since pine straw is being harvested in this area, don't leave the marked trail or take short cuts.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Rock Hill, Camden, Florence, Myrtle Beach, Augusta, Greenville, Dillon


Blue OHV

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From Columbia drive east or Sumter drive west on US 378. At SC 261 (Stoplight) drive south for 8.8 miles and bear right on Sumter County S-43-51 (toward Rimini). The entrance to the parking is approximately .6 mile on the left.

Contact Phone Number: 803-494-8196

Description: This 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. This South Carolina trail's surface is a mixture of dirt and sand and if overused, the trail may be closed to allow for recovery. Also, during wet weather there may soft spots and standing water, which may require the trail to be closed for maintenance and repairs, so please wait for drier conditions to avoid damage.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Rock Hill, Camden, Florence, Myrtle Beach, Augusta, Greenville, Dillon


Green OHV

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From Columbia drive east or Sumter drive west on US 378. At SC 261 (Stoplight) drive south for 8.8 miles and bear right on Sumter County S-43-51 (toward Rimini). The entrance to the parking is approximately .6 mile on the left.

Contact Phone Number: 803-494-8196

Description: This is the shortest of the three loop OHV trails in the Manchester Forest. You will be guided by arrows, which indicate turns and direction of travel. You will wind through a mixture of forest, open, area, and some wetland, and though this is basically a lowland area, there are enough small hills to make your ride exciting. This South Carolina trail's surface is a mixture of dirt and sand, which if overused may be closed to allow for recovery. Also, during wet weather there may soft spots and standing water, which may require the trail to be closed for maintenance and repairs, so please wait for drier conditions to avoid damage.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Rock Hill, Camden, Florence, Myrtle Beach, Augusta, Greenville, Dillon


Red OHV

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From Columbia drive east or Sumter drive west on US 378. At SC 261 (Stoplight) drive south for 8.8 miles and bear right on Sumter County S-43-51 (toward Rimini). The entrance to the parking is approximately .6 mile on the left.

Contact Phone Number: 803-494-8196

Description: This is the largest of three loop trails in the Manchester Forest and basically follows the perimeter of the area bordered by SC 261 and Sumter County Roads S-43-51 and S-43-808. You will be guided by arrows, which indicate turns and direction of travel. On this South Carolina trail you will wind through a mixture of forest, open area, and some wetland on a trail surface that is a mixture of dirt and sand. Although this area is basically a lowland area, there are enough small hills to make your ride exciting. Be aware if this trail is overused, it may be closed to allow for recovery. Also, during wet weather there may soft spots and standing water, which may require the trail to be closed for maintenance and repairs, so please wait for drier conditions to avoid damage.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Rock Hill, Camden, Florence, Myrtle Beach, Augusta, Greenville, Dillon


Enoree Off Highway Vehicle Trails / Sumter National Forest

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From Exit 60 (Joanna) on I-26, drive east on SC 66. Drive 3.6 miles and turn left onto Stomp Springs Road (Laurens County S-30-276). Drive 2.2 miles and turn right onto Garlington School Road (FS 366). The parking area is .4 mile on the right.

Contact Phone Number: 864-427-9858

Description: At the Enoree Off-Highway Vehicle Trails you will unload your ATV or motorcycle in the dirt corral parking area and ride to the open gate where you can access 14.4 rolling miles of dirt and sand trails. Orange paint blazes guide you, as you wind in and out of piney woods. The main trail is double track, but it narrows in many areas, so remember that trail traffic goes in both directions. All forest areas are closed to traffic unless posted as open, so stay on the marked trail to avoid tickets. Rules and information are posted at the trailhead.
Please read this information before you begin. A vault toilet is available at the trailhead. Wear bright orange during the big game hunting season. Trails are closed seasonally from January through March. Insect repellent is recommended during warm months.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Spartanburg, Greenville, Anderson, Clinton, Laurens, Newberry


Parsons Mountain OHV

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From Abbeville, drive southwest on SC 72 for approximately 2.0 miles, then turn left onto SC 28. Drive 5.0 miles on SC 28 and turn left onto Forest Service Road FS-515. The trailhead is 0.3 mile on the right.

Contact Phone Number: 803-637-5396

Description: Starting at Forest Service Road FS-515, this moderately difficult, blue-blazed loop South Carolina trail was designed especially for recreational motorcycling, but is also used by mountain bikers. You will wind through hardwood bottoms, across drains, through pine plantations, and through a variety of animal habitats. You will be treated to many ups and downs, and at times just follow old logging roads. This trail is best ridden when it's dry, because you will encounter a lot of mudholes. Avoid using this trail during the first two weeks of hunting season and wear bright colored clothing during the entire hunting season. Also, be aware that unlicensed vehicles cannot use Forest Service Roads.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Spartanburg, Greenville, Greenwood, Abbeville, Elberton, Edgefield


TNT Motorsports Park

Vehicle Types: ATV / Dirt Bike - Motocross

Directions: From I-77 at Exit 55 (Great Falls/Chester), drive west on SC 97 for 3.0 miles and turn right onto Brown Road (Chester County S-12-839). Drive 1.5 miles and the entrance to TNT Motorsports Park is on the right.

Contact Phone Number: 803-385-5048

Description: This park has something for everyone who rides a motorcycle or ATV. Three motocross tracks provide multiple doubles and tabletops for the experienced riders of motorcycles and racing ATVs. A kids or beginners motocross track for bikes under 80cc provides a relatively safe place for learning how to get “air.” A challenging 8-mile woods trail for experienced riders winds through 228 acres of hardwood forest and offers some beautiful scenery as well as a challenge. A shorter 2.5-mile woods trail is available for less-experienced riders. These South Carolina trails are clearly marked and directional. All persons, (spectators included) entering the park must have a membership.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Columbia, Rock Hill, Lancaster, Chester, Winnsboro, Camden, Florence, Bennettsville


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