Langley Pond Loop

Trail Activities: t

  • Hike
  • Equestrian


4.80 miles




Natural, Gravel

Difficulty: Moderate

Trail Features: t

  • Parking
  • Water Launch
  • Playground
  • Picnic Area
  • Restrooms
  • Scenic Observation
  • Fishing
  • Pets
  • No Fee
  • No Camping


Take a hike or ride horseback on the Langley Pond Loop Trail, a 4.75 mile wooded trail winding through a cool canopy of lush woods. Langley Pond Park is also home to Aiken County's only championship level disc golf course.

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Langley Pond is known as the world's largest pond. The park's amenities include a boat ramp and dock, a bath house with restrooms, a covered picnic area with grills, and swimming area with a sand beach. Added in 2014 was the Langley Pond Loop trail, a hiking/horse riding trail made up of two separate loops: the 2.75 mile big pine loop and the 2 mile hambone loop creating a 4.75 mile trail when combined. Langley Pond Park also contains the portage for the Horse Creek Water Trail leading to the pull out at Harrison-Caver park and the trailhead in Granitville, SC.

Hours: Dawn to dusk


From I-20: Take exit 5 towards North Augusta, turning left at DMV office (signage at first light after exit). Follow Ascauga Lake Rd. to Sudlow Lake Rd., bearing right at fork. Cross through the intersection of Hwy. 1 and Sudlow Lake.

113 Langley Dam Road | Langley, SC 29816


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Lat: 33.52939999541570
Long: -81.83942633517410