Biking & Hiking in SC Old 96 District

Old 96 District Hiking and Biking

Nope. You won’t find us on the pages of those nice magazines you see in the fancy bookstores. To say that we’re undiscovered, well, that’s an understatement. But hey, we like it that way and we think you will too. Here’s our big secret – we’re home to South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast – a series of pristine lakes that stretch for over 60 miles. So come visit. We welcome outdoorsy people like you!

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Baker Creek State Park Trail
BikingPrimary use of this trail is mountain biking. The trail is primarily fresh singletrack hooked up to short sections of existing service roads. Baker Creek State Park has several miles of other...
McCormick County
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5.7 mile loop is one of the most popular trails in the area. It starts at the cul-de-sac below the campground and is great to ride in either direction. It is easier than Modoc, but offers more clim...
Edgefield County
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John de la Howe Interpretive Trail
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1.9 mile hiking trail starts to the right of the John de la Howe Dairy barn. Along the way numerous stops identify various plants, animals and their habitat. Call to obtain a brochure or pick one u...
McCormick County
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1.7 mile hiking trail starts at the parking area near the bathhouse. It offers several stream crossings and has numerous informative stops along the way. Foot travel only, please. Directions from E...
Edgefield County
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23 mile loop offers numerous access points and a wide variety of terrain. The trail begins at Fell Hunt Camp but can be ridden in various lengths to suit the rider. It is also open to hikers and mo...
Greenwood County
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Savannah Valley Railroad Trail
In the late 1800s, the Savannah Valley Railroad connected travelers and goods to Anderson and Charleston. Today, the old railroad connects recreational enthusiasts with the beauty of the Little Riv...
McCormick County
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Stevens Creek Heritage Preserve
One of the most unique floristic sites in the Carolinas and second most outstanding site in the eastern Piedmont. The most significant habitat occurs between the ridge-tops and the flood plain on s...
McCormick County
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Stevens Creek/Modoc Trail
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Off the Beaten Path… Out of the Ordinary6.3 linear trail (not a loop) is more technically challenging with several creek crossings and steeper hills. It is an intermediate trail offering views of S...
McCormick County
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Turkey Creek/Wine Creek Trails
Hiking and mountain biking trails are one linear trail. At the south end, Turkey Creek is one of the most popular MTB trails in the area. It starts at Key Bridge and is a little more than 7 miles o...
McCormick County
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