Oconee State Park (Sumter National Forest)
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Total: 10 riders
Mountain Biking Oconee State Park (Sumter National Forest)
#20 of 112 mountain bike trails in South Carolina
#1,729 in the world
Oconee has six nature/hiking/biking trails originating in the park. The Oconee Trail, Old Waterwheel Trail and Lake Trail are loop trails within park boundaries. The Hidden Falls Trail and Tamassee Knob Trail are out-and-back trails that begin in the park and travel to U.S. Forest Service property. The park is an access point to the Foothills Trail. The Oconee Connecter Trail connecting Oconee State Park with Oconee Station Falls at Oconee Station Historic Site is a furiously fast DH run approximately 4 miles from the TH at Oconee State Park. Please be responsible with your riding, as this one trail is extremely fast going down Stumphouse Mountain. Rarely do you ever see hikers, but to get back is a 4 mile bike hike back up the mountain unless you shuttle from Oconee State Historic Site back to Oconee State Park. The other trails are pretty sweet and would be rated as aggressive XC to AM by far.
First added by SCFreerider on Aug 14, 2013. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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From I-85: Take Exit 1 to Hwy 11 toward Walhalla. From Hwy. 11 take Hwy 28. Travel through Walhalla and continue for approximately 10 mi. Turn RT (fork in the road) onto Hwy 107 and the park will be 2 mi on the RT. If coming from GA on Hwy 28, turn LT onto Hwy 107. 624 State Park RD, Mountain Rest, SC. Park works on honor system most of the time - $2. Acquire trail map from Park.