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Trail Activity:

  • Mountain Bike

Length:

9.2 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Cheraw State Park contains an extensive longleaf pine forest to enjoy viewing while following this mountain bike trail.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike

Length:

0.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

The Outlaw trail has great flow with some technical sections thrown in.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike

Length:

2.4 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

Brissy Ridge is an excellent track of ridge-side trail with several rocky climbs and descents. This trail requires the most technical skill of any of the trails at the park. The trail begins to the right of the kiosk at the top parking lot.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike

Length:

0.4 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Once you reach the junction on the Fire Tower Trail, this steep, easy-to-follow, mostly-straight, old road bed, treats you to some great scenic views of the surrounding mountains.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike

Length:

1.0 miles

Difficulty: Difficult

Pipsissewa is nice flowing trail with a few steps, jumps and rocky areas. Once you reach the junction of the North Lake Trail, you can return or circle the lake.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike

Length:

0.8 miles

Difficulty: Easy

This is an easy-walking, mostly-level, nature-trail loop along the shores of Lake Placid. At the far end of the lake, you will descend and ascend the steep slopes below the dam and then cross a boardwalk foot bridge.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Paved

Length:

0.3 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Meadowlake Park is the only recreation center in Richland County that has a full walking track with lights.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Paved

Length:

0.4 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Starting from the parking area on Caughman Road this paved, easy walking out and back trail encircles the ball field area of the park.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike
  • Bike
  • Paved

Length:

6.1 miles

Difficulty: Easy

You can walk or ride this flat 10 ­foot wide out and back paved trail within the Town of Summerville.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike

Length:

7.1 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Awendaw Passage is the coastal terminus of the mountains-to-sea Palmetto Trail. The Trail’s namesake trees greet users at the Buck Hall Recreation Area trailhead. Starting at the Intracoastal Waterway, the Trail meanders westward through maritime forest and offers sweeping vistas of Lowcountry salt marsh along Awendaw Creek. At Walnut Grove, look for a scenic overlook and boardwalk.