Cedar Springs OHV Trail


Cedar Springs OHV Trail is located in the northern portion of the Long Cane Ranger District. The trail is only managed for all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and dirt bikes. Jeeps, Hummers and other 4WD vehicles are not permitted. Winding through hardwood bottoms and pine plantations, the two one-way loops and two-way connector offer experiences that can be enjoyed by novice and experienced riders of all ages.

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At a Glance

Current Conditions: Trail conditions change frequently. Before your visit, please call the Call Before You Haul Hotline at 803-561-4025 for the latest trail conditions and weather closures! During open season, trail has wet weather closure policy in place—trail will be closed quickly to prevent resource damage from riding on wet trails.
Fees $5 per OHV per day. Golden Age/Golden Access discounts do not apply. Seasonal permits are available for $50 from the District office.Self-serve fee station
Open Season: Open last Friday in March through first Monday after Jan. 1
Restrictions: Avoid trail use during the first two weeks of rifle deer season. Wear blaze orange during the entire hunting season. Helmets are strongly recommended. Be mindful of traffic when traveling on or crossing roads. Due to weather conditions and maintenance, this trail may be closed on short notice. Before your ride, please call the OHV hotline at (803) 561-4025.
Restroom: Vault toilets

General Information

Directions: From Greenwood Mall (also known as Cross Creek Mall), take Hwy 72 west towards Abbeville and travel 5.8 miles to Beulah Baptist Church. Turn left onto Beulah Church Road, and travel 1.7 miles.Turn right onto Curltail Road (FS 505), and travel .9 miles. Entrance is on right.

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