The Marvelous 2.6-Mile Trail In South Carolina Leads Adventurers To A Little-Known Plantation House
By AnneMarie|Published February 15, 2023
South Carolina has been home for AnneMarie since 2001. Her favorite part of the state is Lake Jocassee. An App State alumna, it's always the mountains; the lake bonus makes it heavenly. When not writing about the state, she may be spending time with family, relaxing by the pool, or out somewhere enjoying nature.
Not surprisingly, the great painter Claude Monet once said, “My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature.” What timeless beauty resulted, inspired by nature, that has and forever will be enjoyed by so many. And we’ve found a corner of nature with a trail in South Carolina where you’ll experience just the types of scenes that inspire artists like Monet.
Visit the Ernest F. Hollings Ace Basin National Wildlife Refuge page on the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service website for a trail map and additional information. Have you ever been on this trail or to another part of the gorgeous Ace Basin? What are your favorite lesser-known places in South Carolina? Share with us in the comments section below.