Twin Falls Trail on Reedy Cove Creek is a 2.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Sunset, SC that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Easy hike, low water flow on day I was there.
Nice mellow hike. A bit difficult when trying to get closer to the falls if you have small kids but definitely doable. Our favorite part was some of the creeks and pools on the way to the actual falls. If you live in the upstate of Sc it's worth taking the day or half the day to do this with or without kids.
Great time, warning the rocks are very slippery but can be done. Kids had a great time plus the small rock to slide down.
We went for the waterfall not the hiking. waterfall was pretty awesome! It was a very short hike to the waterfall.
We hiked both the Upper and Lower Twin Falls trails. The upper is not accessed from the same parking lot as the lower. The upper falls trail starts from a very small parking area on Cleo Chapman Hwy. Coming from 178 it will be on the right. There is a red gate and a very small green sign up in the trees marked "twin falls". The upper trail is the one described here as out and back being 2.3 miles. The trail isn't marked at the point where there is a fence on the right that you should go through and take to the upper falls. We went past the fence on what appears to be an old road and had to turn back once I checked the map again. The lower falls trail is shown on the map and we used it to find the trail head and parking.
Don't expect a great view at the top of the falls. Really do it more for the hike than the view. The lower is short, easy and has an awesome view of the falls.
This should get 5 stars for the view, but only 1 star for the "trail." We expected to go for a short hike, but unless we did something wrong, this is NOT what I would consider a hiking trail. It was less than a half mile from the parking area to the falls. And the walk was very easy. It was a beautiful site, though, and very well maintained. Very family friendly. We went on a Sunday and, unfortunately, it was very crowded. The parking lot was small. It's an easy and good trail for children and seniors. It was very difficult to find the parking area.
It's an easy hike to the platform and base of these two large waterfalls. I believe that the falls are also called Eastatoe Falls.
Quick and easy hike to a beautiful waterfall.
Very short hike, but great view at the end. Sheltered area to spend time at the falls. Variety of places to set up an eno. Overall, enjoyed the trip
easy walk to observation deck of falls
Fair warning to those going to hike here!! Print your directions and make sure you know exactly where you're going! This location can be very difficult to find if you have never been there. Although, once you do find this gem its an awesome awesome awesome experience. The beginning of the trail is kind of odd with all the cut down trees but once you get going the hike is super simple and takes you to a beautiful waterfall. The overlook is great. However, if you try to get to close to the falls be careful because it is extremely slippery I almost busted my butt a few times!
Kid friendly short hike to the observation deck. We climbed up the left side trail. The water was very refreshing on a hot day.
We took our 6 & 3 year old on this hike & it was very easy. There is one part of the trail close to the falls that becomes very steep and narrow so we had to help the 3 year old a little more. There's a observation deck at the end of the trail for a perfect view of the falls. We tracked this at only 0.8 miles there and back. That was a little disappointing but fine for the little ones. Our dog loved it too!
One of my favorites, easy hike to bottom of falls then took very uphill climbing trail to left of falls to very top, walked across and took easier trail(right side of falls) back down
Very short, easy, kid friendly trail to beautiful falls and a few places to cool off in the water. Lots of people were climbing high up on the rocks. I work strongly discourage that as it seemed very easy to slip and fall.
Short Hike with nice falls at the end.
Here are the directions to the trail, not the waterfall overlook: Off of 178, turn at Bob's place. There is a small green sign saying "twin falls" between a adopt a highway sign and a bus stop sign on the right. It's just past some old trailer homes.