Most of the accessible trails are in the south portion of the base. All the northern and eastern sections are mostly range and impact zones, and you still have to be mindful when on the firebreaks because several routes will take you into restricted areas for POVs (many times without signs or warnings). Best is to get a loose understanding of those trails through google maps beforehand as there is no printed reference nor sign maps available.No I’m guard I been on the trails in humvees but never my POV
I grew up spending every summer on the family tobacco farm inland in Horry County. However, I definitely don't recommend going out and riding farm roads. It's a good way to end up on the wrong side of a shotgun if they don't recognize the truck.Hello from Myrtle beach!! I am also looking for trails as Myrtle is all concrete and pavement lol.
This is by far the most info I’ve gotten about SC since I’ve been doing research thank you for this!!!I grew up spending every summer on the family tobacco farm inland in Horry County. However, I definitely don't recommend going out and riding farm roads. It's a good way to end up on the wrong side of a shotgun if they don't recognize the truck.
In the general Myrtle Beach area, your best bets are to check out some dirt tracks south in Waccamaw Wildlife Refuge and or further south in Francis Marion NF. You won't find anything technical or particularly challenging, but any day on the dirt is better than one on the asphalt. You can do 100 miles in a weekend in Francis Marion in the dirt (with a couple paved connectors).
If you want something more challenging... there are some tracks in Sparkle Berry Swamp. It's about 2 hours from Myrtle. Carry some extra winch cable, snatch blocks, and recovery gear - especially as we approach hurricane season. It could be a track right now, but in a month it could be a creek.
I’m located in Lexington area! I’m looking for some riding buddies.