This scenic 5.7 mile biking and hiking trail is located in the southeastern portion of the Long Cane Ranger District and features four access points. Many visitors begin their trip at Lick Fork Lake Recreation Area which offers camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing and boating. Alternate access has been established on Forest Service (FS) Road 640 year round for those not wishing to enter the recreation area. Additional winter parking (December 16 - March 31) is available on FS Road 634. Parking at either alternate access point does not require a fee.
$3 day use fee for visitors to Lick Fork Lake Recreation Area Self-serve fee station
Avoid trail use during the first two weeks of rifle deer season. Wear blaze orange the entire hunting season. Be mindful of traffic when traveling on or crossing roads. Be mindful of traffic when traveling on or crossing roads.
Directions: From the square in downtown Edgefield, travel on Hwy 23 south for 8.3 miles. Bear left onto Hwy 230 and travel for .4 miles. Turn left onto Lick Fork Lake Road (S 19-263) and travel 1.9 miles. Turn right into entrance.
Warblers, woodpeckers & nuthatches, sparrows
Picnic tables at trailhead. Paved parking, gravel parking, information board, garbage cans available.