This 19-mile trail traverses a wide array of habitat types, from mature longleaf pine stands to bottomland hardwood drains.
It offers captivating scenery to visitors. Horseback riders and mountain bikers may glimpse prothonotary warblers darting among
If you are interested in volunteering to help maintain the trail, please contact one of the district offices listed below.
7 - 8 hours
Fall to Spring
Contact one of the offices to get a free camping permit.
During temperate months, be prepared for biting insects and high temperatures. Be advised of big-game hunting seasons. Avoid using the trail during excessively wet periods.
We offer a compact version of Go-Southcarolina for mobile users, allowing you to access just the information you need on the road. Of course, you can still use the full version of Go-Southcarolina on your mobile device just as you can on your desktop.