With Footbridges And A Waterfall, The Little-Known Coquina Trail In South Carolina Is Unexpectedly Magical
By Meghan Byers|Published July 05, 2022
A New Jersey native, Meghan is passionate about travel and enjoys finding off-the-beaten path destinations. You're most likely to find her at a coffee shop, or hitting the trails with her dogs. She graduated with a creative writing degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University and has been writing professionally for over a decade.
There’s nothing like getting out in nature, but solitude can be hard to find these days. If you’re looking for a South Carolina hiking trail where you can get lost in the beauty of nature and not worry about the crowds, take the lightly trafficked Coquina Trail in Poinsett State Park. This 1.4-mile loop trail is only moderately challenging, with charming footbridges, old ruins, and a manmade waterfall along the way.