Draft Concern Level Assignments Primary Travelways and Use Areas, recommended as Concern Level 1
National or regionally important locations largely associated with recreation and tourism use Primary roads, trails, areas used by motorists, hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians within national forests, wildernesses, wild and scenic rivers, scenic highways, FS scenic byways and other specially designated areas, also including public transportation systems of national importance, such as interstates, waterways and railways.
Primary Roads and Travelways
US Hwy. 17 (entire length on forest)
US Hwy 17A
SC State Hwy. 41
SC State Hwy 45, from US 17 to US 17 A
National Scenic Byways or National Register Historic Highway or National Heritage Corridor (located within view of national forest lands)
US Hwy. 17, Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, (Florida to NC)
Secondary Travelways and Use Areas, recommended as Concern Level 2
Locally important locations associated with all types of use including recreation and tourism Secondary routes include all Federal, State, and primary county road and highways not listed under primary areas, Secondary County and forest system, roads identified as important by constituents and not listed under primary areas, all roads leading directly to secondary areas of interest and recreation sites.
County Road C-10 216, to junction of S45
County Roads C-10, 215 and 154, State Road 172 and State Road 49
FS Road 212, FS Road 204, FS Road 204B, FS Road 204F and FS Road 204A (Access to Battery Warren and McConnell’s Landing)
FS Road 151, FS Road 192, FS Road 150 and FS Road 190 (access to Guilliard Lake and Pitch Landing)
Secondary uses of fishing, swimming, boating, and other water bodies, such as streams/lakes and hunting
FS Road 151 and 192
Secondary trail systems and trailheads and access roads including non-motorized trails not cited as Primary Trails, including
Ion Swamp Trail
FS Road 239 (road to Ion Swamp)
Nebo Trail (behind Sewee Visitor Center
Tuxbury Horse Trail
Wambaw Cycle Trail
Areas recommended as Concern Level 3
Interest for scenery is low, and area not as frequently seen or visited by recreationists and tourists, some exceptions would be hunters during hunting seasons. These roads are recommended for classification as Concern Level 3.
Open system roads that are not the primary access for recreationists or visitors to use areas or trailhead, etc.