Cedar Springs OHV
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Cedar Springs Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trail is located in the northern portion of the Long Cane Ranger District. The trail is only managed for allterrain vehicles (ATV) and dirt bikes. Jeeps, Hummers and other four-wheel-drive vehicles are not permitted. Golf carts also are not allowed.
This moderately difficult, blue-blazed two loop trail in the northern portion of the Long Cane Ranger District was designed especially for recreational motorcycling.You will wind through hardwood bottoms, across drains, and through pine plantations, at times following old logging roads. Starting from the trailhead on Forest Service Road 505, you can ride just the upper loop, or cross FS 505 and the railroad tracks and extend your ride on the lower loop.
Avoid using this trail during the first two weeks of hunting season and wear bright colored clothing during the entire hunting season. Also, be aware that unlicensed vehicles cannot use Forest Service Roads. Maximum ATV width is 50 inches.
NOTE: "Call Before You Haul" hot line is 803-561-4025.
Difficulty: Moderate to Advanced
Fees: Daily $5, or yearly $50 per OHV operator. Also good for Cedar Springs, Enoree, and Wambaw cycle trails. A fine of up to $100 will be charged for illegal trespass.
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A working headlight and taillight are required for night riding.
Closed every year from the first Monday in January until the last Thursday in March.Directions:
From Greenwood: Drive west on SC 72 for 4.3 miles to Beulah Church Road and turn left onto Forest Service Road FS-506. Drive for 1.7 miles and turn right onto FS-505. The trailhead is 1.9 miles on the left.