A figure-eight style motorcycle, OHV, and moun tain bike trail, this sandy course winds through fragrant pine woods with shimmering hardwoods in the under story. Riders can glimpse sinkhole ponds with majestic bald cypress, as well as turkeys and white-tailed deer.
While the trail is designed for motorcycles, it can accommodate OHVs under 50 inches wide and mountain bikes: Jeeps, Hummers and other 4 X 4 vehicles are not allowed on trails.
The Wambaw Cycle Trail and Round Pond Cycle Trailhead are maintained by the Family Riders Motorcycle Club of Charleston.
Fees: $5 per OHVper day, or $50 per person per season. (Seasonal passes are issued to specific indiviuals, and only those indivuals may use them.) A complimentary seasonal pass will be issued to volunteers who contribute 8 hours or more of trail work at certified trail work outings.
From Charleston, take U.S. Highway 17 north to Steed Creek Road (SC Route 133-S). Turn left and drive 5 miles to Half way Creek Road (SC Route 98-S). Turn right and continue 6 miles to Round Pond Cycle Trailhead on the left.