12 Scenic Trails To Explore In South Carolina, One For Each Month Of The Year

Set aside some time in the coming year just for yourself. Why not plan to explore at least of few scenic trails in South Carolina this year? We’ve sorted out 12 trails, perfect for reconnecting with Mother Nature at least one time every single month. Check ’em out below and then enjoy looking forward to each and every one as the year passes.

Do you have other favorite scenic trails in South Carolina that you plan to hike this year? Share them with us in the comments!

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Hiking Trails In South Carolina

December 15, 2022

What are some easy hiking trails in South Carolina?

Hiking in South Carolina is so much fun. Even if you’re new to hiking, you’ll find a long list of easy hiking trails in South Carolina that are worth checking out, including:

  • Congaree National Park in Hopkins boasts nine hiking trails of varying lengths. The shortest and the easiest spans just three-tenths of a mile.
  • Follow the two-mile hiking trail that wanders along a boardwalk at Huntington Beach State Park.
  • Exploring Goodale State Park in Camden is perfect any time of the year. The two-mile forested trail is particularly pretty and easy.
  • Hike to Twin Falls in Sunset, which sits along an easy trail in South Carolina.
  • The Canal Trail at Landsford State Park in Catawba tallies three miles roundtrip.


Are there any kid-friendly hiking trails in South Carolina?

Looking for the perfect way to get the kiddos outdoors? Set off on one of the many kid-friendly hikes in South Carolina, including:

  • Follow the Sullivan’s Island Nature Trail on Sullivan’s Island. It measures just over a half a mile.
  • Wildcat Wayside in Cleveland spans a mile and boasts three beautiful waterfalls.
  • At just a mile in length, the British Camp Trail at Battle of Musgrove Mill State Historic Site in Clinton is one of the best kid-friendly hikes in South Carolina.