Explore the most popular forest trails near Clover with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
1 day ago

Beautiful, 100% paved, and well kept! My kids don’t like hiking but they had fun on this trail. Definitely recommend!

hiking
27 days ago

I love this trail! The hills make for a great workout.

Very interesting and informative!

The trails were well marked. The terrain is fairly constant up until the 9 mile then it begins to noticeably become steeper. There are plenty of streams around the trails. There was a very beautiful stream crossing between the 7th and 8th mile. There were several downed trees but none of them were difficult to get around. I applied some insect and tick repellent but still managed to pick up several ticks along the way, so stop periodically and check yourself. It took me over 9 hours to make the trip

A decent hike. Not the easiest between miles 10-11 with several downed trees; but for the most part well marked, great water sources. Also, reservations for over night camping are required.

Great hike for a beginner. I had some extra time so I hiked to the edge of the Military park and then back to the summit of Browns Mountain. Great workout. A ShoutOut to the staff at the visitors center. They are extremely helpful and pleasant and answered all my questions.

This park is a great alternative to crowders mtn, which can become very crowded on certain days. I’ve never done the whole loop but the portion that I do is one of my favorites in the area. I start out at the equestrian parking lot and pick up the trail from there. If you have dogs they will love this trail since it follows a creek for a couple miles before splitting away from it. Just be cautious of the snakes in the warmer months. I encountered 3 harmless black snakes but also 2 water moccasins in the time I spent on the hike (about 5 miles) so if your dogs have “choosey” listening skills and are as curious as mine are, it might be better to keep them on a leash in spring and summer. Other than that, the trail is really nice and the water is always cool in the summer which is something my furry buds appreciate.

hiking
7 months ago

Got this one added and approved by AllTrails. Starts in Kings Mtn National Military Park and ends at the lake in Kings Mtn State Park. It also connects to the south end of the Ridgeline Trail to Crowders Mtn State Park. 6 mile round trip. Good hike in the wilderness along a creek the first leg and then some minor elevation gain the rest of the way.

hiking
8 months ago

5 mile round trip. View at the summit kinda blows. Too many trees. Cool forested hike to the top, though. A lot of inclining and declining, but never too difficult.

hiking
8 months ago

Quick and easy. Good history along the way.

8 months ago

Enjoyed the walk walk, view and info along the way

hiking
9 months ago

Nice trail, nothing difficult. View at top will be better once the leaves are off the trees. Great park staff.

split this trail in half. hiked first half camped then hiked second half. it was the first time I've hiked this trail. if I do it again I would go in at the national Park and hike to there camp site then back, and pack more water. the dreams there was almost dry and questionable to filter to drink.

walking
11 months ago

Great hike on a cool morning. Great trail with the dogs.

walking
Sunday, July 30, 2017

Quick, short path. The hills make it a great workout. The kids liked the unpaved walk through the woods too.

Wonderful state park with amazing and helpful rangers and staff! None of the hikes are hard and they are all pretty scenic. This is a nice little trail that you follow the stream on and can choose to split off and go to the living homestead and see all the animals and buildings and then come back to the trail. Wonderful trail for families and animals!

hiking
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

hiking
Friday, July 14, 2017

The hills for a workout are great. Love the pathway.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Quick trail. Easy and lots of history!!!

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Fun trail. A lot of great sites. A lot of history. And an audio guided tour.

This was a L O N G trail but nice burner. I followed the directions to the trail from ALlTrails and parked in the lot next to Lake Crawford. You actually have to park on the grass because the asphalt is for traffic. I started to the right of Lake Crawford and traveled about a 1/8 mile where you start the Recreation Trail. It starts with a nice incline and continues with various inclines and declines throughout the 16 mile trek. The first thing you notice is that there are a lot of downed tress, large and small, blocking many of the trails. I imagine the park is treated as a nature preserve, as to not disturb the ecosystem. The weather was great for a hike and the spider webs were everywhere. I literally walked with my hiking pole straight in the air for the first 4 miles, just to keep from smacking into spider webs. The trail crosses at least 4 streams and only one that will get your feet wet, so wear your waterproof boots. To be honest, the trail doesn't look well traveled and I noticed a lot of overgrowth crossing the trail throughout my hike. There aren't many breathtaking views atop the mountain but the trail is nature at its best. This is a great day hike for the enthusiast but probably not for a beginner. It took me all of 8 hours to complete the 16 miles. Be careful when crossing the creek, the blazes aren't always clear, especially on the way back. I didn't see anyone on the trail, but then again it was a weekday and I guess 16 miles isn't your everyday hike. Bring a hat, your long pants and your poles because you'll need them. I'll be back here again, great burn. "Go Outside And Play!'

Great climbs. Mostly single track. Multiple trees cross the path as obstacles. Lots of tree shade and multiple stream crossings. (only 1 that you will get your shoes wet on)

Saturday, May 06, 2017

Very safe and the rangers are the friendliest! Restrooms are always nice and clean.

hiking
Monday, April 24, 2017

Was only 4 miles out and back when starting from the visitor center. Well maintained and marked trails, view from atop Brown Mountain was limited, but still, a nice hike through a pleasant forest. Good way to spend 2 or 3 hours, 30 minute drive from Lake Wylie / Steele Creek area.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Great trail to walk with puppies or young kids!

hiking
Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Peaceful, moderate hike. Some short climbs add variation to an otherwise rolling hills hike.

hiking
Thursday, November 03, 2016

Easy very informative trail. Nice views and nice monuments.

hiking
Friday, August 19, 2016

Good trail, I like this park

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