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Cheraw, South Carolina Map
3 months ago

I was the only one around on a Monday in mid May. Bugs weren’t too bad. Looks like they’re making some additions/improvements to the trail, as I got turned around a few times. Nice and peaceful. Took about just under 2 hours to do 4.8 miles, but I was taking pictures and screwing around.

4 months ago

Nice walk. Too bad for the burn off because it made for a dirty experience and we couldn’t hear and didn’t see any wildlife.

Friday, February 10, 2017

good little trail with good midpoint for overlooking the swamp of Juniper Lake.,

Sunday, January 15, 2017

good trail bridges could use a little work. had a great time.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

We were pretty much the only ones there. Walked the paths through the newer growth areas - then through the part that they recently did a controlled burn on apparently. Areas still smoldering. The other part was like walking through a desert area- except instead of cacti you'd see new pine trees growing. Flat trails but the fire breaks had uneven sand - which actually made for a more challenging walk. Took kids and the dog. Bring water.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Brisk sunny day. No one else on the trail. Very relaxing and peaceful.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

I almost forgot! Be sure to visit the park office after your walk to enjoy the beautiful view of the lake before you go! Park staff is very helpful as well. super nice

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

this 4.5 mile walk through the woods was pretty awesome! Lots of information posted in the trail and the trail is very clearly marked. Wildlife continued to walk around although scared very easily. Definitely would do this again

Monday, December 15, 2014

Great place! The park is well maintained and my kids love it. The trail, although a bit dull, is clearly marked and very easy. My favorite thing to do here is to rent the canoes for the day and go fishing. Being on the lake is much more interesting than walking the trail

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Easy uneventful walk the payoff is a cool look at cypress trees Did the 4.5 mile loop in less than 90 minutes

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Not a bad place to take dogs for an extended walk. Not as much elevation gain as hikes I'm used to, but definitely the closest thing to an actual hike that I've found since moving to SC (meaning it has a teensy bit of elevation versus being a flat loop around a bog). It was nice to spend the morning wandering under pine trees, but it's definitely an easy hike.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

The Turkey Oak trail is an easy 4.5 mile loop through a dense forest of longleaf pine, turkey oak, blackjack oak, and hickory trees. A few longleaf pines are marked for nesting red cockaded woodpeckers. Near the middle, the trail enters a cypress swamp at Lake Juniper. Here, raptors and waterfowl can be found year-round. The trail is well marked. Beware: summers are hot and humid!

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Very nice trail. Very well marked. The actual name is Turkey Oak Trail. Trail head is located at the end of the service road passing gold course / golf course building (on right)

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