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Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Bike
  • Paved

Length:

3.3 miles

Difficulty: Easy

The Reedy River runs along the length of Cleveland Park, creating a picturesque setting for all of the recreational activities.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike
  • Equestrian

Length:

7.8 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

These are the most popular trails in the Isaqueena area, so you'll most likely see other hikers, bikers and even horseback riders.

Trail Activity:

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike
  • Equestrian

Length:

5.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Dalton Road is a well maintained gravel and clay road with several long climbs and two extremely steep descents on a single track provide some technical challenge and provide a good workout. This is a great access road to many of the trails in the area.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

1.2 miles

Difficulty: Easy

On this Hunting Island trail, you are sure to see plenty of beautiful magnolia trees along the way.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

1.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

While there are hiking trails and a boardwalk present, the best way to explore Woods Bay is by canoe.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike
  • Equestrian

Length:

16.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

This preserve supports and protects a forest of endangered longleaf pine and wire grass. You can walk on a mix of roads and trails.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

4.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Comprising 296 acres, Ditch Pond HP contains a Carolina bay that was first documented in 1973.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

24.0 miles

Difficulty: Difficult

Like its sister, the Enoree River, the Tyger is generally shallow and narrow. Although there is some whitewater in the upper sections, the overwhelming majority is brisk flatwater.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

25.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Traveling down the Waccamaw River you will see a classic floodplain forest dominated by bald cypress, water tupelo, water oak, and willow oak.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

75.0 miles

Difficulty: Difficult

Starting near Camden, the oldest inland city in South Carolina, the blue trail offers paddlers opportunities to learn about the area’s rich history along its rocky shoals. Continuing downstream, paddlers cross the fall line and enter the coastal plain known for its countless sandbars, high bluffs, and extensive floodplain.