Alerts & Notices

Forest Closures and Advisories

Please check this page for alerts regarding forest closures due to fire, inclement weather or dangerous conditions. For recreation area and OHV trail closures, visit the:

Recreation Conditions Report

ATV rideror call the Call Before You Haul hotline at 803-561-4025 for the most recent trails status. This Web site is updated Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. It is not updated on weekends and federal holidays.

 

Forest Roads and Trails

The Motor Vehicle Visitor Use Maps (MVUMs) for the Francis Marion National Forest and the Sumter National Forest are updated yearly. Ask for one at the district offices. Fall floods have still left some damage and closures:

  • Enoree seasonal roads open:
  • Closed for eagle nesting: FS 301F; H. 
  • Enoree seasonal roads closed:
    • FSR 301 B  Wood Duck; 
    • FSR 394 B  Fishing Creek; 
    • FSR 324  Sedalia Tower; 
    • FSR 327 B  Coleman B; 
    • FSR 331  Berry; 
    • FSR 457  Cora; 
    • FSR 490  Larry Cope 
  • Enoree roads closed for flood damage: FS 305 is closed between intersection with Road S-12-574 AKA “Park Road” and intersection with Forest Service road 305 G. Bridge is impassable. Barricades are in place on both sides until the bridge has been repaired.
  • Long Cane roads closed for flood damage: FS 516; 550A; 505 at milepost 2, Curtail Creek bridge.
  • Francis Marion roads closed as of January 31, 2022.

 

Alerts


  • Halfway Creek Trail closure
  • Swamp Fox Passage trail closure
  • Bridge closure on FS road 305 on Enoree Ranger District
  • New digital payment options and online reservations at Enoree recreation sites
  • COVID-19: Francis Marion, Sumter National Forests Offer Virtual Services
  • CLOSURES
  • Youth fishing event at Sewee Visitor Center June 11
  • Please be aware of open well hazards on Sumter National Forest

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Closures


  • Critical Huger Campground closed
  • Enoree Ranger District Rifle Range Cleaning Schedule

Conditions

Current Weather Conditions

Current weather conditions across South Carolina's national forests.