Woodall Shoals

Trail Activities: t

  • Hike

Length:

0.2 miles

Type:

One Way

Surface:

Natural, Rocky, Steps

Difficulty: Moderate

Trail Features: t

  • Point of Interest
  • Water Launch
  • Parking
  • Camping
  • Trail Head
  • Pets
  • Fee

Summary:

Follow this moderately steep, .2-mile trail down a rocky slope through lush green forest intermingled with rhododendron. You will descend steep steps to the river’s edge where rushing water fills a cool mountain pool.

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The trailhead is left of the fee payment kiosk, near the entrance to the parking area. Follow this moderately steep, .2-mile trail down a rocky slope through lush green forest intermingled with rhododendron. You will descend steep steps to the river’s edge where rushing water fills a cool mountain pool. You may see birds, deer, snakes and other wildlife. Primitive facilities are available in the parking area. Remember to bring water, and first aid supplies, in addition to insect repellent. The trail may be quite slippery in wet weather. Pets are permitted.

Hours: Dawn to dusk.

Camping: Primitive camping is permitted in Sumter National Forest. Contact the information number for details.

Directions:

From Westminster: Drive northwest on US 76 for approximately 16 miles and turn left onto Orchard Road (Oconee County S­37­538). Turn right onto Woodall Shoals Road (FS 757), and drive 2 miles on the dirt road. (The narrow road may be especially slippery in wet weather.) The parking area is at the end of the road.

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Lat: 34.79840247953795
Long: -83.31359885362684