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Spring Wildflower Walk at Forty Acre Rock

Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 1:30pm until 3:30pm

This walk will be led by Dr. Doug Raynor, botany professor from Wofford College and the Katawba Valley Land Trust. He will be discussing the unique plant community and geology associated with this national landmark. This free event is open to the public. Meet at the upper parking lot (2207 Conservancy Rd). For more information call (803) 285-5801.

Location Details:

2048-2398 Conservancy Rd.
Kershaw, SC 29067
(803) 734-3893

This is one of the largest granite flat rocks east of the Mississippi, and it encompasses 2,267 acres of the most diverse protected area in the Piedmont region, including granitic flatrocks, waterslides, waterfalls, beaver pond, caves, hardwood and pine forests, and a variety of wildflowers and wildlife. It is a national natural landmark. Directions: From Kershaw, take US Highway 601 northeast 8.4 miles to SC Secondary 27, turn left on Conservancy Rd. and travel to gate area.