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Whether you’re near Charleston, Greenville, or Columbia, there’s more than enough road (or off-road for that matter!) in South Carolina for you and your ATV.
Add these destinations to your spring sprees!
Isle of Palms
Distance from Charleston: 40 minutes
Forget long walks on the beach. How about a long drive? Rent a golf cart from our Lowcountry location in Mt. Pleasant and take it to the glistening shores of Isle of Palms for a day of sun and sand. When you’re ready to park, check out popular hangouts like the Windjammer, one-of-a-kind stores along Ocean Boulevard, or fresh seafood at Coconut Joe’s Beach Grill.
Manchester State Forest
DISTANCE FROM Columia: 55 minutes
South Carolina has several ATV-friendly parks for off-road enthusiasts, and Manchester State Forest is one of them. This park offers three trails:
- Blue OHV
- Green OHV
- Red OHV
All three trails wind along lowlands, through forests and onto open fields. The various hills and turns along the way make the ride more interesting as well. Green OHV is the shortest of the three loops and Red OHV is the longest.
Distance from Greenville: 30-60 minutes (depends on location)
An Upstate South Carolina spring day is the perfect weather for taking your golf cart out on the green. But don’t settle for just any golf course. Cruise across a golf course with breathtaking views and stunning landscapes. The Cliffs, one of the Carolinas’ most prestigious developments, features seven spectacular options:
- Mountain Park
- Keowee Vineyards
- Keowee Falls
- Keowee Springs
- Walnut Cove
No matter which championship course you land on, you’re sure to enjoy your ride at The Cliffs.