4x4RAV4 has contributed 4 routes spanning 10 miles of routes in South Carolina and North Carolina.

Member since February 8, 2018.

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1 mi   dirt

Manchester State Forest 1

Dirt route from SC-261 to Hwy 261 S, Sumter County, South Carolina

"Mostly smooth, packed dirt with a little bit of gravel, sand and mud. It's a fairly flat area that includes some forest and meadows. There are lots of smaller roads and trails that connect on the grounds so feel free to explore."

3 mi   gravel

Courthouse Creek Rd

Gravel route on National Forest Rd, Balsam Grove, Transylvania County, North Carolina

"Scenic dirt road that follows a creek through the bottom of a narrow valley and climbs a sizable hill to avoid a waterfall and hairpin in the creek. Leads to the trailhead for a few waterfalls and creek side campsites."

3 mi   gravel

Wildlife Rd - Liberty Hill WMA

Gravel route from Wildlife Rd to Wildlife Rd, Winnsboro, Kershaw County, South Carolina

"About half gravel, half packed dirt. This dirt road enters Liberty Hill WMA. It curves through some hills, crosses bridges through swamps and wanders into the forest. Well maintained for vehicles and bikes with the exception of a few ruts. Road continues much longer into the WMA, but I stopped at the map/info sign to do some smaller trails."

2 mi   gravel

Whitehouse Rd

Gravel route on Whitehouse Rd, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina

"About half gravel, half packed dirt, as well as some mud after rain. It's a decent 5 minute drive that goes through some swamps and open fields. This road is okay for bikers but sometimes there is vehicle traffic. Bikers can access this by riding straight from Columbia or there is room to park a car at either end of the road. Road is least busy on a Sunday (from what I've experienced)."