Savannah Valley Railroad
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- Mountain Bike
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- Trail Head
- No Fee
- No Camping
The Savannah Valley Railroad Trail (SVT) is a hiking and biking trail opened in 2011, but the route has history dating back to the mid-1800's.
The Savannah Valley Railroad Trail is a “linear” park that results when unused railroad trails are repurposed into hiking and biking trails. The SVT is “rustic,” meaning it is composed of densely packed soil with a grassy surface. Its mild grades are most suitable for walking and fat-tire biking.
Note: Wear bright colors from October 1 through January 1. Hunters are not permitted to hunt from the trail but do access it at various points to reach their destinations.Directions:
The Hugh C. Brown Sr. Trailhead and kiosk/map is located on Barksdale Ferry Road, northwest of the town of McCormick.
Savannah Valley Trails, Inc. | 527 Scarlett Way, McCormick, SC 29835 | (864) 391-5796
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This is a fantastic trail that my family and I found to be a gem! Very peaceful and quiet, with beautiful scenery. We didn’t hike the parts of the trail that converged with the local roads, so we hiked it in sections. Loved visiting Badwell and Guillebeau Cemeteries. So much history in this whole area!