There are a variety of great trails in South Carolina. We’ve got wonderful wooded hikes, lake loops, and plenty more waiting for you. But there’s something special about a waterfall hike. Whether you’re looking to take a dip in a natural swimming hole to escape rising temperatures on a hot day or just want to enjoy the peace of watching the water cascading down rocks, there’s not much that can beat a day at a waterfall in the Palmetto State. One of our favorite waterfall hikes in South Carolina is the Carrick Creek Loop in Table Rock State Park. This two-mile hike will lead you straight to a gorgeous natural pool that’s fed by a waterfall you can swim under!

Have you ever hiked the Carrick Creek Loop at Table Rock State Park? Share your experiences in the comments!

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