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Yehasuri Trail at the Catawba Cultural Center

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

This is a scenic trail that is part of an historic wagon wheel trail that dates back to 1810.  At the end of the trail is a view of one of the most beautiful sections of the Catawba River that exists today! There are only two free-flowing sections remaining and this area is one of them. Sightings of a Great Blue Heron have been reported by the river's edge. There is a rock shelf that extends across the river and the sound of the rushing water is worth the hike! Along the trail are several exhibits depicting the lifeways of the Catawba Indians, as well as beautiful flora and fauna. Among the exhibits are a heritage garden where native plants are growing, a 19th century replica of the Isabelle Harris house site, a 19th century Archaeology site, a bark house, and points of interest about the flora and fauna. Planned is a Catawba village as well. I-77, Exit 79, follow signs.