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Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

7.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Deep in the Francis Marion National Forest, near the town of Awendaw, lies this peaceful, scenic place for launching small boats onto the Awendaw Creek.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

36.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

The Enoree is known as the "River of Muscadines" and ranges from two to seix feet deep and 40 to 70 feet wide. This popular, moderate 36-mile section of the Enoree River flows through South Carolina’s scenic Piedmont to its confluence with the Broad River.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike

Length:

2.7 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

The 627-acre preserve is loaded with history and hikers can enjoy a loop though the woods which is several miles long and goes by many of the ponds and historic features.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike
  • Paved

Length:

1.3 miles

Difficulty: Easy

The Battlefield Trail begins from a parking area on Horseshoe Falls Road and winds through the rolling hills of the northern wooded area of the park and site of the 1780 battlefield. This trail is handicap accessible for 0.1 mile where you will see Horseshoe Falls.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

3.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Aiken State Park is as rich in its history as it is natural beauty. The Jungle Nature Trail is a 3-mile boardwalk and dirt turf loop through wetlands, mixed pine and hardwood forest.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike

Length:

1.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

The Garden of the Waxhaws Trail is a nice and easy-to-follow loop trail that provides fishing access and scenic views of the lake within Andrew Jackson State Park.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

2.8 miles

Difficulty: Easy

This loop trail provides great views of Cedar Creek where otters and wading birds are regularly observed. The eastern portion of this trail follows a cypress-tupelo slough (dried up river bed) where many cypress knees can be seen sticking up out of the water.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike

Length:

6.6 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Passing through a rich stretch of old-growth forest, this trail traverses a subtle ridge where a variety of large oak trees grow. The number of low-lying sloughs makes this trail great for viewing wildlife like deer and wild turkey.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike

Length:

11.7 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

The Kingsnake Trail is a favorite trail for birders because of the diverse vegetation and proximity to Cedar Creek. When sloughs are full of water, beautiful views are possible around every bend.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike

Length:

3.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

You won’t go far along this trail without encountering some kind of wildlife — broad-winged hawks, migratory ducks, wading birds, turtles, maybe even a gator or two. Befitting its name, the trail is shaded by beautiful tupelo trees, along with bald cypress and massive live oaks more than 150 years old.