Peachtree Rock is a 2.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lexington, South Carolina that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
It was a beautiful day, kinda busy with young people the first .5 mile. The trail is nice and clear with a good balance of rugged and clear. The big negative was how poorly this trail is blazed, very easy to go off trail and I did. Definitely will be back but will keep my GPS handy till I know the route better
Nice trail. See rock formations you wouldn't expect to see in this area.
Very nice easy hike (I do hate that the rock fell over) I saw it before and after, so wild to have a waterfall that far down.
This has always been a favorite. The geology is unlike anything in the surrounding area. Such a shame when the main rock fell a few years back, but the spring fed waterfall still makes this a peaceful, special place.
very pretty, not clear paths, dirt parking lot
Nice little hike. Great place for a relaxing walk with the dog. Easy and relatively flat trials; though they could be marked a bit better.
Peachtree Rock itself, the little waterfall, and rock formations were all very cool.
It was alright. The trail is not marked very well.
Enjoyable. Shaded and peaceful. Easy to follow trails, by large roots, so pay attention where you step. Nice little waterfall.
This was a cute hike! There were only two steep areas. I saw one snake and lots of squirrels. The rock and the still were pretty cool. The waterfall was peaceful. It would be a nice family, day trip.
Wish it was marked better. Lack of blazers leave you wondering if you're going the right way. Good hiking!
Very nice trail, waterfalls pretty.