The Enoree River enters the Sumter National Forest during this trip, providing an extremely rural wilderness feel. Paddlers will see densely wooded forests along the river banks, wildlife, and little to no evidence of human influence along the way. This is a long trip and can take around 6-6.5 hours. During lower water, paddlers will need to navigate around shallow sand bars and fallen trees. This trip can be combined with other sections for excellent overnight and weekend camping trips.
This river access is located downstream of Barrel Stave Road/Jones Bridge Road, river-right. Park along the road's shoulder. A short trail leads from the road to the river underneath the bridge. This access is unofficial; use at your own risk.
The Forest Service 336A Landing is not well marked from the river, and the banks can be steep depending on water levels. From Ridge Road, turn north on FS 336B Road; go 0.1 miles and turn right onto FS 336; in 0.5 miles, turn left onto FS 336A and the landing will be 1.7 miles ahead. A short trail leads from the parking area to the river bank (river-right). Visit the Forest Service for more information.
The take out is 25 minutes away from the put in, so shuttling cars could take close to an hour. Once on the river, paddlers will experience flatwater with no road crossings. The take out is not well marked from the river, so a GPS unit may assist in navigation. The take out is river-right.