Most trails and outdoor spaces are open, and outdoor recreation is encouraged. Please follow outdoor recreation social distancing guidelines and trail etiquette. Be respectful of others, and call ahead if there's uncertainty regarding the trail being open (contact information can be found on each trail page).
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- Mountain Bike
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- Scenic Observation
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Trail lovers will find this trail to be a moderately easy hike, or an easy mountain bike ride with some technical spots. A mixed base of sand, roots, mud, and crushed oyster shells adds to the uniqueness of this trail.
Starting from Parking Area J you will find this trail to be a moderately easy hike, or an easy mountain bike ride with some technical spots. A mixed base of sand, roots, mud, and crushed oyster shells adds to the uniqueness of this trail. This is basically an out and back trail, but by using some of the park roads you can make it a loop. You will follow bluffs along the lagoon, where you will have views of water for most of your hike or ride. At approximately half way, you can visit the 1,100-foot fishing pier, which is the longest free-standing pier on the East coast, or you can get something to eat at the café. Take water and during the warm months insect repellant is a must.
Camping: Call 1-866-345-PARK (7275) or go online at www.SouthCarolinaParks.com to make your reservations today!Directions:
From Beaufort: Drive east on US 21 to the park entrance. Turn onto Hunting Island Drive and continue to Parking Area J. The trailhead is at the south edge of the parking area.