Official Forum of the North Carolina FJ Cruisers
NC-VA-SC ORV trail discussion and reports
|Located off Forest Road 576, the ORV system offers a variety of topography and scenery. All trails are designated for all ORV’s except a small portion of the Dickey Bell trail located west of SR 6584, which is suitable only for use by ATV’s or motorcycles. Stay on the trail system to help prevent soil erosion and creek sedimentation. Forest roads can be used as trail connectors, but only if the vehicle in operation is STREET LEGAL, meaning full licensing and registration. Persons violating these regulations will be fined according to the law. The Daniel Trail is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT, and only experienced, highly skilled operators should attempt this trail.
ORV Trail Fees
* $5.00 per day per vehicle
* $30.00 per vehicle Annual Pass
(Available at District Ranger Office)|
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|The Outer Banks, with its spectacular natural beauty and unique environment, offers visitors opportunities to enjoy pleasures that are far from commonplace. Not all the places to visit are on well-paved roads. Here, you can drive your off-road vehicle along many miles of accessible beach as you search for that perfect fishing spot or explore our pristine beaches, as the waves lap at your tires. All this can be enjoyed, but there are a few regulations that must be followed.|
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|Just off of mile marker 8 on westbound 40, the trail is a USFS road/trail which is 100% legal to drive on. (But you MUST REMEMBER to stay ON THE TRAIL...leaving the trail at any point should be considered as trespassing). It includes many small creek crossings and is easily passable by a stock rig.
Note: Hurricane Creek is the adopted local trail of Appalachian 4x4. They maintain it, clear it, and keep it clean. So please remember, leave the trail better than you found it!|
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