Trail Activities: t

  • Hike
  • Mountain Bike
  • Equestrian


7.80 miles





Difficulty: Moderate

Trail Features: t

  • Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Scenic Observation
  • Pets
  • No Fee
  • No Camping


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

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Starting from the Indian Springs Recreation Area, this moderately difficult out and back ride is close to the lake and offers some beautiful views. The most popular trail in this area, it is mostly single track that is relatively flat and fairly fast, although it does offer one challenge, a rideable rock slab near the lake. 

You can increase the length and vary your ride by riding the Dalton Road Ride, or Figure Eight at Holly Springs Rides in the same area.

Insect repellent is recommended during the warmer months. Be aware that this trail is multi-use and shared by hikers, bikers, and horses.

This Clemson Experimental Forest trail is maintained with the help of the Greater Clemson Mountain Bikers Club.

Hours: Dawn till dusk


From the junction of US 123 and SC 133 in Clemson: Drive north on SC 133 for 3.4 miles and turn left. Continue on SC 133 and turn left onto Old Six Mile Hwy. There are several parking areas on the right after you turn into Issaqueena Forest on Issaqueena Lake Road.


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Lat: 34.74006311537283
Long: -82.85182517744913