Eagle Point (Museum)

Trail Activities: t

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

0.3 miles

Type:

One Way

Surface:

Natural

Difficulty: Easy

Trail Features: t

  • Point of Interest
  • Parking
  • Scenic Observation
  • Pets
  • Fee
  • No Camping

Summary:

The Eagle Point (or Museum) Trail is short and sweet—it originates at the picnic area, travels behind the museum and ends at a bluff that looks out over the Catawba River.

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Starting from the picnic area you have a choice of three trails, the Canal Trail, the Nature Trail, and the Eagle Point Trail, each one offering something a little different. The short, yet scenic, Eagle Point Trail is about quarter-mile long and goes down the hill behind the museum. The path ends at a bluff overlooking the Catawba River.

Hours: Dawn to dusk

Directions:

From Exit 65 on I-77 in Chester County: Drive east on SC 9 for 1.2 miles and turn left (northeast) onto SC 223. After approximately 6.5 miles, SC 223 will end at US 21. Turn left, drive 1.6 miles and turn right onto Landsford Road (Chester County S-12-327). Drive 1.5 miles, turn left on Park Road (S-12-600) and continue to the main park entrance (Entrance #1). If you continue on Landsford Rd. for 1.3 miles you can turn left for a secondary entrance (Entrance #2).

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Landsford Canal State Park | 2051 Park Drive, Catawba, SC 29704 | (803) 789-5800 | Email

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Lat: 34.79274835668593
Long: -80.88239920370482