The Hike To This Pretty Little South Carolina Waterfall Is Short And Sweet

Reconnecting with Mother Nature on a hike in the Palmetto State doesn’t always have to mean conquering a mountain or traveling a long distance to reach the destination, or the overlook, or whatever the end point of the trail may be. It’s entirely possible to take a leisurely walk under the canopy of a shady forest on a trail that isn’t overly difficult – and still feel accomplished. Take a peek below; you may love this short waterfall hike in South Carolina.

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South Carolina’s waterfalls are among the prettiest in the South. Have you hiked to Station Cove Falls yet? Show off your photos in our comments, we’d love to see them! What’s your favorite waterfall in South Carolina?

Station Cove Falls is accessible year-round. Oconee Station State Historic site is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free. Learn more about this hike at this link on alltrails.com. Learn more about Oconee Station State Historic Site at this link.

Address: 500 Oconee Station Road, Walhalla, SC, 29691

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