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Michelle Carter reviewed Lake Conestee Lake Bed Loop
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Hiking

Some trails are open but are now closed to dogs.

Melissa Shelton reviewed Swamp Rabbit Trail
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Hiking

It’s more of a bike trail. Very populated. People seem to be courteous and it was a peaceful walk. It’s not a loop. We started by the post office in TR and headed toward Greenville downtown, then turned around at the rock that splits the path and we’ve walked back through the town of TR, then walked back. We stopped for lunch at the WhistleStop Cafe. My husband loves their chili hot dogs and I had a good chicken ranch wrap. Then, we walked about a quarter mile back to the car across from the post office.

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Kimbly Walker reviewed North Augusta: Greeneway Trail
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Mountain biking

My first Carolina/Georgia ride

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Ashley Clune reviewed Lake Conestee Nature Park Loop
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HikingBugs

Some areas closed to pups and bikes. Saw some wild life. Pretty flat. Good for an evening stroll.

Hieu Nguyen reviewed Swamp Rabbit Trail
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Hiking

Great

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Howard Quintanilla reviewed Lake Rabon Park Loop
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Hiking

Very nice! Easy to navigate and my son enjoyed it.

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Hiking

8/2/20 - No dogs allowed; please update trail description.

Jessica Rhodarmer reviewed Lake Conestee Nature Park Loop
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Hiking

Great trail close to the city. Fairly flat but easy to navigate, different ecosystems, and nice views at the lakes.

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HikingGreat!

Nice well maintained trail with some history about Charles Pinckney. I did see a black widow on the trail which altered my route but other than that it was great. Mid day can be very hot so early morning and later in the day is best.

Dave Perrin reviewed Hampton Park
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Hiking

Beautiful. Short. Live oaks.

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cannotbfound User reviewed Kingfisher Loop and Tupelo Trail
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Luke Mellon reviewed Riverwalk Greenway Trail
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Walking

great trail for a stroll with the family, stroller friendly

Michael Zapor reviewed Palmetto Trail Swamp Fox Passage
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Hiking

Definitely the best backpacking trail in the Charleston area. Lots of different types of forests to captivate the eyes and senses. Campsites are well maintained. If you plan to go in the summer make sure you have plenty of water. The only minor inconvenience is that a few road crossings aren’t as well marked and are hard to find the re-entry point. All in all a great place to get out into the Lowcountry wilderness.

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Ryan Stratis reviewed Lake Conestee Lake Bed Loop
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Hiking

Fun and quick hike with some nice views and wooden paths to follow. A portion of the loop has a fence saying its closed off but the trail is maintained well enough when the weather is OK. Could see potential for a lot of mud on that side.

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Alesha Ashley reviewed North Augusta: Greeneway Trail
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Hiking

This is a great place to birdwatch, bike, walk or run. Pet and family friendly.

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Thristan Cecil reviewed Wannamaker North Trail
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Clocked in 9.2 miles total. Not a very exciting hike, more like exercise. It’s a nice little area. It’s not completely flat but needless to say, it’s still a very flat trail. Better for bikes, but there were a ton of bugs and few mud spots. Wear a bug net if you’re doing the whole trail. $1 per person.

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Juli Levine reviewed Santee Bike Loop
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Hiking

Easy and fairly well maintained.

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Mikell Powell reviewed Swamp Rabbit Trail
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Great paved (mostly asphalt) trail for laid-back riding or walking. Mostly in the shade. Too many "cyclists" that should be out on the roads lately. I'm a cyclist, and simply can't understand why anyone with a serious road bike, full spandex, and clipless pedals would be so rude as to ride on an otherwise family friendly trail. If you're a cyclist, wanting to get some safe miles in, go find a decent loop route, or hit up SCTAC Donaldson Center loop a few times, and quit buzzing by couples and families at 22+ mph. You're ready for the road at that point. Talk to the local bike shops and ask about good routes and group rides. Anyway, great asset for the upstate.

Amanda Tucker reviewed Sanctuary Loop
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Several parts of the trail are closed for maintenance. many boards have been replaced on the open sections of trail. Bring bug spray and a water!

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Joe Herring reviewed Sandhills Hiking Trail
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Hiking

Follow the white blazes. It is listed at the park as the lake trail. The trail is broken asphalt and rock for most of it, so it is easy to do after a lot of rain.

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Hiking

Very nice trail. Only did a 1.5 mile out from peak pharmacy parking location. Large bridge was fun for kids. Nice and wide. Good shade on part we walked. Will definitely do again.

Jessica M. reviewed Santee Bike Loop
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Hiking

Lots of shade, some views of lake Marion and a nice place to divert halfway if you want to stop and have a snack at the pavillions overlookong the lake. also a bathroom there. bug spray probably a good idea. I went early morning and saw tons of spiders/spider webs.

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Kelly S reviewed West Ashley Greenway
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Road biking

We biked over from downtown Charleston and I wouldn’t recommend it especially in the heat and over the Rt. 17 Bridge! When we found the Greenway trail it was very nice, shaded in a few spots with road crossings clearly marked. There is filtered water on the trail which is a plus! I would strongly caution you to use extreme care if you ride over the Rt. 17 bridge! Hopefully we can drive over next time and complete the whole Greenway!

Anastasia Marshak reviewed Lake Conestee Nature Park Loop
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Hiking

Some trails were closed. Other that amazing for the trails open

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B Holt reviewed Riverwalk Greenway Trail
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Hiking

This was a gray trail with nice views of the Catawba. Great for families, benches along the way. Does start getting crowded around 9am. Also has some more difficult bike paths the take off from the main paved way.

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Hiking

Great trail. The end you walk back down the same path back to the lilly area. Definitely bring water shoes if you want to dip into the river. Was super tempting but we stayed in the trail. Nice picnic areas at the start of the trail. Enjoyed the historical signage.

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Josh Lorenzen reviewed Swamp Rabbit Trail
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If cycling on a road bike I’d skip this section and just do from the zoo to travelers rest. The conestee section is alright but then you go through a neighborhood that leads back to the SRT but it turns into rocks and 3 in sand. Had to unclip and walk along the median. Finally turned around. The upper half of this trail going up to travelers rest is really nice, flat, and paved. Just think this part isn’t finished/ready yet.

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