Enoree OHV Trail

OHV rider in Enoree

The Enoree OHV Trail will reopen April 5, 2024, around noon, weather permitting. 

The Enoree Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trail travels along rolling piedmont hills and through pine forests.  Offering 23 miles of trail, with interconnecting loops, riders have the opportunity for rides of various lengths. The trail is only managed for all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and dirt or dual sports 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.

Daily passes for the Enoree OHV trail must be purchased through recreation.gov. Annual passes are available through recreation.gov and at the Enoree Ranger District office. Fee tubes are no longer available on-site for cash payment. All passes, once purchased, must be downloaded to your phone or printed ahead of time and available with you while riding.

Chandler's Law applies to ATV riders in South Carolina! Please review the law here: 

Useful information

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!
  • The Enoree OHV Trail has a wet weather closure policy in place—trails will be closed quickly to prevent resource damage from riding on wet trails.
  • Do not use Google as a trusted source on trail's open/closed status!
Operational Hours:
  • The Enoree OHV Trail system is open 24/7 weather permitting.
  • The trail system will close when there is heavy rain and will not reopen until the trail system is dry enough to allow riders. Please call the Call Before You Haul Hotline at 803-561-4025 for the latest trail conditions and weather closures!
  • Google’s advertised hours are incorrect and should not be used in determining if the trail is open or closed. The Hotline is the only thing updated immediately following trail's closure/opening.
Area Amenities: Toilets, Parking
Fees: $5/OHV/day, or $50/person/season (seasonal passes may be used only by the individual to whom the pass is issued). Seasonal passes are issued at the Enoree Ranger District Office. Volunteers who contribute to forest-certified trail outings may be issued a complimentary yearly pass. Annual and daily passes for the Enoree OHV trail must be purchased through recreation.gov. Fee tubes are no longer available on-site for cash payment.
Open Season: Open last Friday in March - Closes first Monday after January 1
Restrictions: Riding gear and helmets recommended. Children under 16 are required to wear helmets.
Water: None
Restroom: Restrooms available.
Information Center: The trail is closed seasonally from the first Monday in January until the last Thursday in March. The trail is closed for wet weather and trail rehabilitation work. Riding gear recommended. Trail loops are lettered for identification. One-way sections are marked with orange blazes. Two-way sections are white blazed.

General Information


From I-26 take the Joanna/Whitmire exit (SC 66). Go east toward Whitmire about 4 miles to Stomp Springs Rd. Turn left, go about 2.5 miles to Garlington School Road (FS 366). Turn right. Go .5 mile to trailhead parking on right.


Large pull-through parking lot

Loading ramps for smaller and larger pickups

General Notes:

Easy to moderate.  Loop A and C are the easier loops.  The other trails can be more technical with steeper terrain and tight turns.

The surface type is sand and Piedmont clay.  It can be dusty during dry weather and slick during wet weather.  Ride with caution.

There is a beginner loop for children with dirt bikes smaller than 110 cc’s or ATV’s smaller than 90 cc’s.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Mountain Biking

OHV Trail Riding

Class of Vehicle Maximum width 50 inches. ATV and dirt bikes only.


Parking: Large pull-through parking lot; loading ramps for smaller and larger trucks on site

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