Eastatoe Creek Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Sunset, South Carolina that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Lovely, not too challenging hike. Very nice 'narrows' waterfall at the end.
this hike was pretty easy to the narrows. coming back, I broke a bit of a sweat. we started the trail around 4:30 pm and ended up having the whole area to ourselves, although we walked back in the dark. the end viewpoint is definitely worth it.
trail was marked well and had some nice spots down at the gorge such as The Narrows. steep toward the end but good hike.
Beautiful as always. As of today (5/15/16) camping is still prohibited. :(
Easy hike to a lovely creekside campsite.
This is where I decided to take my wife on her first overnight hike. It was the perfect trail for a good experience with primitive camping.
Hiked on Saturday (5/24). The trail is relatively easy. However coming up from the gorge can be a bit of a workout. Camping is now prohibited near the creek due to the risk of dead trees falling. There are lots of places to sit and enjoy a lunch.
We hiked this trail today. Weather was partly cloudy with occasional rain showers. This trail was really quite easy in my opinion and I rarely hike. The falls at the narrows was worth the hike. We didn't see a single person on the trail. Would suggest it for a family hike!
Have done this trail a few times always for the purpose of camping. Will be going back. It offers so much for so many, day hikes along the sluice, fishing, or just plain relaxing.