Aull Natural Area

Trail Activities: t

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

1.0 mile

Type:

Loop

Surface:

Natural

Difficulty: Easy

Trail Features: t

  • Parking
  • Trail Head
  • Scenic Observation
  • Pets
  • No Fee
  • No Camping

Summary:

Located in the Clemson Experimental Forest is a small path of virgin forest of towering oaks, beech and poplar along a fine small bubbling creek in the George Aull Natural Area. Along this trail, you will encounter trees over 200 years old.

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In 1933, Dr. George Aull sent a proposal for Fant’s Grove Community Development Project to Washington. He proposed that the government purchase 8,500 acres of worn out farmland in an effort to improve economic conditions. This vision resulted in the beautiful Clemson Experimental Forest (CEF) and located within CEF is a path of land known as the Aull Natural Area. There is also a 1 mile looped trail where you can witness a virgin forest with towering oaks, beech and poplar along a fine small bubbling creek.

Hours: Dawn to dusk

Directions:

From US Highway 76: Turn left on Wild Hog Road (SC-187). Turn right on first dirt road (across from Boscobell Road) after Dalton Road. Park at the gate. You will see a sign for "George Aull Natural Area."

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Lat: 34.62081243428722
Long: -82.79385895608681