Walk Across A 180-Foot Suspension Bridge On Twelve Mile Creek Trail In South Carolina

Think all of the daring hiking trails in South Carolina are in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains? Think again. Over in Lancaster’s Walnut Creek Park you can embark on foot (or bike) on a 3.5-mile trail that leads all the way to the North Carolina border where you’ll encounter a daunting decision: do you dare to cross the lengthy 180-foot swinging bridge?

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Not all hikes need to include a daredevil challenge like this quirky-cool suspension bridge – but it sure makes it more fun for the kids, right? Have you ever hiked this trail to the suspension bridge over Twelve Mile Creek? We’d love to hear about your experience and see your photos in the comments.

Keeping the kids entertained can be a challenge, so check out these seven kid-friendly hikes in South Carolina. Happy adventuring!

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