Description: From the
parking area, this moderately difficult trail winds up Nanny’s Mountain.
You will pass mine sites where during the Revolutionary War iron was
mined for weapons of the war. After approximately 0.3 mile the trail
will split. If you go straight you will climb to the summit where there
is a education pavilion and a picnic area. If you go right, you will
climb to another picnic area and a lookout. During your walk you will
see a variety of birds and may see deer, gray fox, gray squirrel, and
Insect repellent is recommended during
the warm months. Pets are allowed on a leash.
Length: 1.1 miles.
Fees: No fee.
Directions: From I77: From Exit 82
north of Rock Hill, drive west on Celanese Road (SC 161) to Newport.
Turn right onto Hands Mill Road (SC 274) and drive to the junction of SC
274, SC 55, and SC 49. Turn left onto SC 49, drive 1.2 miles and turn
left onto Liberty Hill Road West. Drive straight at the gravel road and
enter the Nanny’s Mountain Area. Parking is on the left.
From York: Drive north on SC 49 for 10.5
mile and turn right onto Liberty Hill Road West. Drive straight at the
gravel road and enter the Nanny’s Mountain Area. Parking is on the left.
Hours: 8 am to 6 pm daily.
Camping: No camping.
Information: York County Planning Dept., 1070 Heckle Blvd. A5,
Rock Hill, SC, 29732 Telephone: 8009227271
South Carolina State Trails Program
South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism
1205 Pendleton Street :: Columbia, SC 29201 :: 803-734-0173
Updated: September 27, 2007
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