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Blaze Your Own Trail on Foot....

Blaze Your Trail on Foot...

The OED has lots of great hiking and walking trails. If you’re itching to get outdoors and get moving, we’ve got the list for you!


Peak to Prosperity Trail - Fairfield County - This 10mile rail to trail trek is a must! There’s tons to keep you engaged on this trail. Skill level: easy. You can access the trail in several spots, but the one in Fairfield County will start you off with the best views!

It's Part of the Palmetto Trail. You can click here to learn more.

Picture from Only In Your State


12 Mile Creek - Indian Land, SC (Lancaster County) to Waxhaw, NC

It’s part of The Carolina Thread Trail which is a great resource to check out for trails in the area.

It runs between the two Carolinas, in the Millbridge and Walnut Creek developments. This 3.5mile trail is rated moderate.

Rocky Creek Trail - Great Falls, Chester County

The Rocky Creek Trail is stuffed with beauty! It's another part of the Carolina Thread Trail. It's 1.6 miles one way and rated easy.

40 Acre Rock Heritage Preserve  - This really is out and away from everything! But, oh boy, is it worth the trip! There are two entries and parking lots and a number of trails, but you can also just spend the day out on the rock. Check out general info here and trails info here. Bonus points - there's a wonderful waterfall after a rain fall.

Take a look at our buddy Carolina Tony’s tour of 40 Acre trails:

York County has some great trails that always fun! They're open for bikes, walking and running.

Baxter Village Trails - Fort Mill

Piedmont Medical Center Trail at Riverwalk - Rock Hill

And, of course, Anne Springs Close Greenway with over 2,100 acres of nature to discover in the middle of Fort Mill.

Check out our friend Chris Spinner's bike footage of the park trails by clicking this link.


Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge, McBee (Chesterfield County) has got to be one of the most amazing places to get out and see nature! Bonus Points - You can stop at McLeod's Farms!

And trails map here:



Click here for drone footage for Phase 1 of the Lindsay Pettus Greenway in Lancaster which has already begun. HOORAY!

Learn more about the coming greenway here.

Check out trails at the local SC State Parks:

Chester State Park

Andrew Jackson State Park

Goodale State Park

Cheraw State Park

Landsford Canal State Park

Lake Wateree State Park - Bonus points...this park has a great lake swimming area! Cool off after exploring!

Check out our friend A Hiker's View hiking videos at Goodale State Park and Lake Wateree State Park. 

Don’t forget a lot of Rev War battlegrounds have great trails too! 

Battle of Hanging Rock

Battle of Musgrove Mill State Historic Site

Battle of Camden and Longleaf Pine Preserve

Kings Mountain Military Park & Kings Mountain State Park

Hope to see you out on the trails!