This Quaint Little Trail Is The Shortest And Sweetest Hike In South Carolina
By Robin Jarvis|Published January 31, 2018
Robin Jarvis began writing for OnlyInYourState.com in 2015 and quickly advanced to a Senior Editor role. She's currently the Brand Manager and has a Bachelor's degree from West Virginia University in Journalism with a minor in Marketing. Her career history includes long running appearances on radio and television. She also has served as publisher of Shades of Green Magazine and Design Lead on several print publications. Her love for travel has taken her to many parts of the world. She's lived in the Carolinas for more than three decades and currently resides in Charleston, SC. When she's not working, she loves playing guitar, painting, traveling, and spending time with family.
South Carolina’s Upstate could easily be nicknamed ‘land of waterfalls.’ One county in the Upstate alone has at least 150 waterfalls (some are on private land). But this waterfall is special. Not only is it easily accessible, but it also involves legendary folklore involving a Native American princess. Since Native Americans don’t really name ‘princesses,’ she was likely a daughter of the chief. Keep reading to learn about her and this astounding waterfall.
They may not have a backstory as legendary as Issaqueena Falls, but there are seven more waterfalls you can chase in this waterfall road trip through the Sumter National Forest. Enjoy!
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