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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarAugust 3, 2020

Short and easy trail. A lot of bugs, mud, and roots. The Falls at the end were SO beautiful!

Abhishek Khanal reviewed Tamassee Knob Trail
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HikingGreat!

What an experience. There were few fallen branches on the way but other than that trail is well maintained. The view from top is absolutely gorgeous.

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HikingBugsMuddy

Good for an easy hike with children or pets. Early on Sunday morning we saw a couple and another man with pets. Parking is very limited.

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Brittany Turner reviewed Hidden Falls Trail
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Hiking

It was a fairly easy hike and I am by no means experienced at hiking. We saw many people with kids and dogs on the path as well. The waterfall is definitely worth it! Beautiful!

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heather hitz reviewed Foothills Trail Round Top Loop
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Over grown
First to Review

this trail was very confusing for us.. the GPS stopped us at the bottom of a gravel road, amongst what looked to be concrete braces of some sort. my car didn't look like it could clear the drive up, so we hoofed it. forever, it felt like. once at the top, there were some primitive campsites and a vague sign at a trailhead letting us know we were entering the chattooga waterway area. it was a steep climb down for a while, then we reached a section where the trail branches out in several different directions. we choose the blue blaze to the right because it seemed easier, and ended up looping around to a foothills trail sign that told us the falls were just a couple miles ahead, so we continued on. the trail is eroded in certain parts and gets narrow and overgrown. the "falls" area is ok... not much of a waterfall, and the current moves so fast we were afraid to really get in. all in all, it was a not very well marked, topsy turvy walk in the woods and along lots of gravel that made me knees sore. perhaps if we had a map of the area it would've turned out better.

Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarJuly 26, 2020
Hiking

Nice trail for families! Pretty heavily trafficked on a Sunday afternoon. Falls at the end are really nice. There is a 2.4 mile trail that connects to Oconee State Park that spurs off if you would like some additional mileage!

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Hiking

Large, beautiful waterfall at the end.

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Stacie Hogan reviewed Palmetto Trail to Tamassee Knob
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Hiking

If you take the path to the right at the lake it’s pretty overgrown with quite a few trees down. Went mid-day on a Saturday and there were about 15-20 other people. Plenty of space to social distance and enjoy the falls.

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Hiking

Great little hike for kids and families! The water wasn’t too cold. My 5 yr old had a blast playing and collecting rocks!

Didi Smith reviewed Tamassee Knob Trail
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HikingGreat!

Don't pass up the opportunity to hike this trail! You might have to hop over a couple of fallen trees but I wouldn't say any of it was strenuous. Get ready to see some old growth forest! The entire path was beautiful and the view at the top is spectacular!

Didi Smith reviewed Old Waterwheel Trail
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Hiking

This was a nice little hike. It takes you back to where the water wheel had been many years ago. It will give you a nice little work out. If you are there in the summer humidity expect to get pretty sweaty going up and down this hilly area.

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Nature tripsBugs

nice water fall wide clean trail.

Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarJuly 2, 2020
Hiking

This is one of our favorite waterfalls in the area and is easily accessible - trail is very easy to navigate. We went in the early evening this trip and were the only ones there. There are several small pools at base of falls to take a quick dip when it’s hot. The 80’ falls are beautiful, especially after a rain. Parking area is small. There is also a split about halfway along the trail where you can hike 2.7 miles to Oconee State Park (which we haven’t done yet).

Heather Webb reviewed Hidden Falls Trail
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Hiking

This is a nice walk in the woods, but the falls are not worth it. If you are in the area for falls don't bother with this one. Not one on my repeat list

Madison Prater reviewed Hidden Falls Trail
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Hiking

Well marked trail that is easy to follow. There is a recent blowdown on part of the trail that required us to go off trail and around it, but otherwise it was a nice hike!

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Hiking

Very well traveled trail, there are more usually more people on this trail than on other hikes in the area. Overall a great little hike!

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Hiking

Started at Oconee Station State Historic Site. Tried to go around the lake but there were trees down. Nice walk. No super strenuous hills

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Hiking

Great trail and easy hike. Definitely kid and dog friendly. Nice little place to splash around, get your feet wet or enjoy the sun.

Rachel Rodriguez reviewed Hidden Falls Trail
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Hiking

Nice walk through the woods. The trail is very well maintained. The falls are nice but not that spectacular.

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Julie George reviewed Palmetto Trail to Tamassee Knob
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Hiking

Awesome hike! At the start (and finish) is a beautiful waterfall and the top view is wonderful. Highly recommend. I’ll be back.

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Hiking

Great easy trail. Very straight forward

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Hiking

Very muddy, but it's been raining. Easy hike. Saw three other groups of people. The waterfall is SLAY. Dallas and I had it all to ourselves:)

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Hiking

Great trail for kids and beginners! Beautiful waterfalls in the end!

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Walking

great trail. as able to complete with a 3 year old. loved it. little "lake" at waterfall great for the kids to play in.

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Hiking

Quick easy hike.

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Hiking

We hiked this trail for the first time today and man what a great hike! Super flat trail but there are lots of roots so be careful. It’s only 3/4 of a mile from the trail head to the most beautiful set of falls and wading pools in the area. The pools are sandy bottomed so it’s perfect to take off your shoes and wade around. Do be careful of the water snakes close to the fall face....we saw 2

Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarJune 13, 2020
Hiking

I hiked this trail one-way from Oconee Station Cove Falls Trail Head to Oconee State Park. Approx 3 miles total and mostly uphill. An excellent hike to get your heart rate up. As you get closer to Oconee State Park there will be signage to turn left towards the State Park or keep going straight on the Palmetto Trail. I found this confusing as my intent was to hike the Palmetto Trail into the State Park. Luckily another hiker was nearby and confirmed that the Palmetto Trail also leads into the state park. Approx .25 miles later there is a small turn off to the left for the Palmetto Trail and if you’re not paying attention, you will miss it. Also, very luckily, the same helpful hiker shouted that I missed my turn-off as I was continuing straight! I back-tracked and made the turn. At the completion of the trail, you will land at a trail head parking lot within the state park. I was meeting my family at our campsite, and had to double check the map several times to ensure I turned right into the paved road. There are no signs at the trail head or on the road to direct you towards the campground. Be sure to bring a state park map!

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Hiking

A fun little jaunt with the kids - ages 6 and 3. They handled the trail well and loved splashing in the water under the falls.

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HikingGreat!

Station Cove Falls is beautiful! This was an excellent hike. It was short enough to add to a day of other hikes or just for a quick afternoon hike in the woods. The length doesn't take away from how incredible the experience will be. It is a must do!

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