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Nature Hike at Catawba Nation Trail

Saturday, January 18, 2020 - 10:00am until 12:00pm

This area exemplifies the best of what the Thread Trail has to offer, by providing access to healthy forestland, the free-flowing Catawba River, and historically significant sites for the Catawba people and the broader community. Along the hike the unique Piedmont riparian ecosystem operating at full force on this section of the Catawba River, and the Catawba Indian’s historical use of the trail and its accompanying folklore will be discussed. Registration required. Register online here. For more details about this event, please visit the website here.

Location Details:

1536 Tom Stevens Rd.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
(803) 328-2427

The center maintains a living treasure of the tremendous worth, value and history of the Catawba Indian Nation. Housed in the old reservation schoolhouse, the exhibits include bark and 20th century dwellings, hunting scenes and pottery collections. Shop at the craft store which features Catawba pottery, jewelry, books and crafts. Follow the nature trail, an original wagon trail, to discover the scenic natural history of the Catawba reservation. The archives provide researchers the opportunity to view historic records, documents and photos. Craft classes and custom programs, including Catawba drumming and dancing are available upon request. Make plans to attend the Catawba Crafts Fair, held annually in November to find one of a kind, jewelry, children’s toys, and Catawba Pottery just in time for Christmas.