(Mount Pleasant, SC)
This flat easy walking, out
and back, stone surface trial winds through a wooded area between ball
fields and a golf course. Although the wooded area is narrow, it’s quiet
and you may hear and see a variety of birds. Near the end you will leave
the woods and cross over the south part of Patriot’s Point Boulevard.
Once you reenter the woods it’s a short walk to the end, where you will
find an observation tower overlooking the marsh.
Several spurs provide connection to ball
fields. Dog waste bags are available near both ends of the trail.
Insect repellent is recommended during
the warm months.
Length: 0.8 mile.
Fees: No fee.
Directions: From West Coleman
Boulevard, drive south on Patriot’s Point Boulevard for approximately
0.2 mile and the small parking area is on the left (Opposite the Omar
Hours: Dawn to dusk
Camping: No camping.
Information: Town of Mount Pleasant, 100 Ann Edwards Lane, Mount
Pleasant, SC, 29464. Telephone: 843-884-1229.
Updated: July 11, 2007
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