The Enoree OHV trail travels along rolling piedmont hills and pine forests. With interconnecting loops, riders have an opportunity to plan rides of varying lengths. The trail is only managed for all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and dirt bikes. Jeeps, Hummers and other 4 x 4 vehicles are not allowed on trails. The maximum ATV width the trail will accommodate is 50 inches. Graveled parking area; loading/unloading ramps.
Chandler's Law applies to ATV riders in South Carolina! Please review the law here:
Click here for OHV trail rules and Call Before You Haul Hotline information.
Click here for OHV safety and Tread Lightly information.
At a Glance
Enoree OHV trail is closed for the winter season.
$5/OHV/day, or $50/person/season (seasonal passes may be used only by the individual to whom the pass is issued). Volunteers who contribute to forest-certified trail outings may be issued a complimentary yearly pass.
Open last Friday in March through first Monday after Jan. 1
One-way trails sections marked in orange. Two-way sections marked in white.Care should be taken in the woods during big-game season. Wear blaze orange. Riding gear recommended.
Directions: From I-26 take the Joanna/Whitmire exit (SC 66). Go east toward Whitmire about 4 miles to Stomp Springs Rd. Turn left, go about2.5 miles to Garlington School Road (FS 366). Turn right. Go .5 mile to trailhead parking on right.