Hiking and Biking Trails

  • TRAILHEAD: 33.88346, -82.35841 Length: 10 miles of connecting loops / 5.2 miles ridden Difficulty: Moderate Fees: State Park entrance fee Pets Permitted: Yes Restrooms: Yes, at the park visitor center From the kiosk near the park office, begin this medium to......

  • TRAILHEAD: 33.88746, -82.36691 Length: 0.7 miles Difficulty: Easy Pets Permitted: Yes, on leashes Restrooms: Yes, at boat ramp parking area Starting from the boat ramp parking area, this moderately difficult loop trail descends toward the lake into a predominately hardwood......

  • TRAILHEAD: 33.88034, -82.36470 0.7 mile loop Studded with the brilliant white blossoms of dogwood each spring, the hillsides of Baker Creek State Park stand out in their new cloak of spring green as the leaves emerge on the forests blanketing......

  • This 1.5 mile trail begins on the ADA boardwalk in Musgrove Mill State Historic Site, which leads to the overlook at Horseshoe Falls. The trail leaves the overlook and goes out to the battlefield area. Along the way are interpretive......

  • Blue Hole Recreation Area is within the town limits of Calhoun Falls and the town operates and maintains the recreation area. Providing access to Richard B Russell Lake, Blue Hole Ramp offers a one lane launch, courtesy, fishing pier, playground,......

  • This easy, one mile loop starts in the parking lot of Musgrove Mill State Historic Site and runs along the Enoree River much of the way. The trail has interpretive waysides that educate about the homestead of the Musgrove family......

  • TRAILHEADS: 34.10317, -82.62095 (campground), 34.10042, -82.61947 (park store) 0.25 mile linear, or 0.5 mile round-trip Although the Mariners Nature Trail is a very short walk, it provides unique perspectives on Lake Russell and the forest sloping down to meet its......

  • LENGTH: 0.8 miles one way DIFFICULTY: Easy TRAILHEAD: 34.19525, -82.18142 SURFACE: Gravel dust FEES: None PETS PERMITTED: Yes RESTROOMS: No The Cambridge Gateway Trail in Greenwood is designed for use by pedestrians and bicycles. The trail meanders past oak trees......

  • TRAILHEAD: 34.10798, -82.62623 (day use area access) Difficulty: Moderate Length: 1.5 mile loop This loop trail begins at a high point where puffy deer moss sit in clusters on a base of pine straw amid a forest of pines and......

  • LENGTH: 1.5 miles one way DIFFICULTY: Easy TRAILHEAD: 34.14555, -82.01853 SURFACE: Natural FEES: None PETS PERMITTED: Yes RESTROOMS: Yes, at the park visitor center The Cherokee Path is a 1.5 mile trail from point to point. It was once a......

  • LENGTH: 0.4 mile loop DIFFICULTY: Easy TRAILHEAD: 34.31006, -81.98544 SURFACE: Paved, Bridge FEES: None PETS PERMITTED: Yes RESTROOMS: No Town of Cross Hill offers a paved walking path that is looped on both ends with a bridge connecting the loops.......

  • TRAILHEAD: 33.95585, -82.42372 1.6 mile loop Prominently visible along SC 81, the De La Howe Interpretive Trail starts out on the campus of the John De La Howe School with a small parking area provided near The Barn. It quickly......

  • TRAILHEAD: 33.554775, -82.107886 Length: 37 miles in 6 loops, skinny Loop, 6.2 miles Difficulty: Moderate Fees: None Pets Permitted: Yes Restrooms: Yes, at the park visitor center A brisk ride down the shared trail leading to where all six trails......

  • LENGTH: 0.4 miles one way DIFFICULTY: Easy TRAILHEAD: 34.19829, -82.16196 SURFACE: Crushed granite, grass FEES: None PETS PERMITTED: Yes RESTROOMS: No This short 1/8 mile long trail was built on a former railroad track. It runs from the intersection of......

  • LENGTH: 0.3 miles one way DIFFICULTY: Easy TRAILHEAD: 33.75128, -82.19700 SURFACE: Paved service road FEES: Park entry fee PETS PERMITTED: Yes RESTROOMS: Yes This short section of trail is just a connector to a much longer trail, the Stevens Creek......