Buncombe - Brickhouse Recreation Area

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Buncombe - Brickhouse Recreation Area features 28 miles of hiking trails near Whitmire, SC.
Trail length: 28 miles
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  • Posted by Guest on September 8, 2010
      

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    Reviewed by SCgregg1 on November 8, 2010

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    ATTENTION: ROAD CLOSURE (posted 10/29/10)
    The Highway 66 bridge is being widened and is not open to traffic. This is the main highway that leads visitors from I-26 to Brick House Campground, Buncombe Trailhead, and the OHV trail. Until further notice: for Buncombe Trailhead & Brick House Campground, take Jalappa Rd. exit, Highway 32, from I-26, head north to Hwy. 66 turn left and Brick House/Buncombe Trailhead will be about 4 miles.

    Singletrack's listing here incorporates the Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail, which shares 10 miles of the Buncombe Horse Trail. The entire passage runs 33 miles and is divided into three sections. The 10 miles of horse trail is situated near, and runs through Brick House Campground. The most important thing to know about Brick House is that there is NO water source there. For more information on the Enoree Passage, visit http://www.palmettoconservation.org/enoreepassage.asp. PDF maps are available for download.
    This is a fantastic area for spotting wildlife but it must be known that hunting is allowed all around Brick House Campground. During deer season, wear brightly colored clothing and stay on the trail.
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    Buncombe - Brickhouse Recreation Area 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.

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