Home » Trails » Sumter National Forest, Turkey Creek Trail
LENGTH: 7 miles linear DIFFICULTY: Moderate TRAILHEAD: 33.79402, -82.14576 (Key Bridge) SURFACE: Natural, narrow singletrack optimized for mountain biking FEES: None PETS PERMITTED: Yes RESTROOMS: None
Starting off in a deeply shaded forest on narrow singletrack that slips through lush greenery, the Turkey Creek Trail provides a great round-trip destination for mountain bikers to put on some speed. Switchbacks, roots, creekside rocks, and logs provide some technical challenges but for the most part, it’s an easy, mostly fl at ride. Bridges provide crossings of the tributaries that fl ow into Turkey Creek, including one of the longest wooden bridges in the region. Access to the trail is possible from Hamilton Branch State Park.
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