Long Cane Horse Trail

The Long Cane Horse Trail is located in the northern part of the Long Cane Ranger District. This 26.7-mile loop trail winds through the pines and hardwoods of the Long Cane Scenic Area and passes the largest shagbark hickory tree in the United States. A historic cemetery and the original “Charleston Road” enhance the visitor experience. Numerous access points and a convenient cut-through enables riders to adjust the length and duration of their ride.

Printable guide and vicinity map.


At a Glance

Fees: $3 day use fee per vehicle for visitors to Fell Camp Self-serve fee station
Restrictions: Avoid trail use the first two weeks of rifle deer season. Wear blaze orange. Be mindful of traffic when traveling on or crossing roads. Shooting is not permitted within 300-yards of the camp. Specialized permit is required for organized rides of 12 or more and overnight camping along the trail.
Water: Water Available
Restroom: Vault toilets

General Information

Directions: From Greenwood Mall (also known as Cross Creek Mall), take Hwy 72 west towards Abbeville for 1.3 miles. Turn left onto Calhoun Road and travel 1.7 miles. Turn right onto Hwy 10 and travel 6.2 miles. Turn right onto S 24-4 and travel 2.4 miles to entrance on left. Turn right into entrance.


Mountain Biking

Natural; dirt, gravel or paved roads may be encountered

Day Hiking

Natural; dirt, gravel or paved roads may be encountered

Horse Riding

Natural; dirt, gravel or paved roads may be encountered
Water Availability Available


Grass and gravel parking, information board, picnic shelter, and garbage cans available

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


  Area/Length : 
26.7 miles