SC Trails

Trail Activity:

  • Equestrian
  • ATV

Length:

100.0 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

CAW is an outdoor park with camping that has 100 miles of riding trails, plus attractions that include a drag strip.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

0.8 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Carolina Bay Nature Preserve offers nature trails to wander through natural wetlands locating in the city of Aiken.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

2.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

This 2 mile trail loop provides some breathtaking views of Table Rock State Park.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

3.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

As you walk on these paths, look alongside the trail for white-fringed, yellow-fringed, and rosebud orchids and carnivorous plants such as the Venus’ fly traps and pitcher plants.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike

Length:

2.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

The Catawba Indian Nation Cultural Center provides an overview of the rich culture and history of the Catawba Indian Nation. There are exhibits, walking trails and craft store featuring crafts from native artisans.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

6.5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

The Blueway offers a fun, relaxing travel downstream, whether in a kayak, canoe or tube. Four class I rapids give an exhilarating twist to an otherwise calm float downstream. Travelers may exit the water at the Riverwalk or River Park. The access at Riverwalk is near restaurants and the multi-use Piedmont Medical Center Trail that follows the river to the take out at River Park.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

7.4 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

The Catawba River is home to the largest known population of the rocky shoals spider lily, a flower species found predominantly in the Southeast. Peak bloom season for the rocky shoals spider lily is during May and June.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Paved

Length:

0.4 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Starting from the parking area on Caughman Road this paved, easy walking out and back trail encircles the ball field area of the park.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk

Length:

6.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Journey from the past to the present and heritage to habitat at the Ravenel Caw Caw Interpretive Center. Rich in natural, cultural and historical resources, Caw Caw was once part of several rice plantations and home to enslaved Africans who applied their technology and skills in agriculture to carve the series of rice fields out of cypress swamps.

Trail Activity:

  • Walk
  • Hike
  • Bike
  • Paved

Length:

8.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

The Cayce / West Columbia Riverwalk opens the Congaree River for walking, jogging, bicycling, and just gazing at the natural beauty. Its path accommodates all levels of physical access including baby carriages and wheelchairs.