Explore the most popular Trail Running trails in South Carolina with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

I am training my son how how to mountain bike on this trail. Nice easy beginner trail.

mountain biking
1 day ago

Biked this trail in perfect conditions, sunny 65 degrees and dry. Way too many tree roots! Fun for first 20 minutes then gets old quick. Not enough variety but that’s expected in Charleston area. Trail marked fairly well.

trail running
1 day ago

This trail was amazing. It runs through a park that has everything, from water fountains to even exercise chairs. It is dog friendly and kids friendly. It also runs through areas that have sports activities such as tennis courts and volleyball. Overall it was an amazing experience. Highly recommend

hiking
rocky
2 days ago

Solid trail, but wouldn’t go back.

hiking
off trail
2 days ago

hiking
2 days ago

Part of Cayce Riverwalk - The Timmerman Trail is the South End of Cayce River and is mainly a loop around Congaree Creek with connection to the SCANA Parking and the Fort Congaree Entrance at the Cayce Tennis Courts. It's a paved walkway great for runners, walkers, Cyclists, and nature lovers. It's great for Wildflowers and Butterflies on Old State Road. It connects to Cayce Riverwalk on the east end for a longer hike.

Very nice hike. Despite heavy rains the day before, the trail was in good condition. Nobody else hiking that day even though it was nice weather. Took me about 2 1/2 hours.

I was hesitant after reading reviews, but it turned out to be beautiful. We didn’t see any gators

Great trail for a half day hike. Make sure to take the Narrows spur trail to see the beautiful waterfall. Take the trail to the right after the Narrows to camp next to the river. Trail is a bit steep towards the end but worth the climb

mountain biking
muddy
3 days ago

Marsh trail

Nice walking trail. Paved trail. Would go again.

The trail is well marked and easy to follow. However, if you go after it rains wear good boots because it can get wet and muddy. The pond is pretty.

I enjoyed this trail. It is a nice easy walk. If you just need to get away this is the place.

This trail is fairly easy. I was able to complete it with my school age child without much of a fuss.

This trail is very clearly labeled, low traffic while visiting in March. It was a hard trail.

hiking
4 days ago

This is a strenuous hike but the view at the top is well worth it. The best trail at Table Rock Park.

More than a few muddy areas. Also, the trail connecting the Wetlands Trail and Boardwalk is currently closed. Dismayed to see the amount of invasive exotics, don't know that I would make the trip again - this is more of a 'I was in the neighborhood' kind of place.

hiking
muddy
4 days ago

Hiked this loop this morning, it was great! There are a few small muddy patches, and most of the water crossings are mildly flooded, but nothing too difficult. Wildflowers are just starting to bloom!

It was nice trail along side Lake Hartwell. There was a good amount of horse poop.

hiking
5 days ago

Despite keeping a close eye for the trailhead, I still missed it

Completed with my girlfriend. Definitely tough if you’re not in shape, but take your time and it’s definitely doable.

Good leg day alternative.

muddy
5 days ago

Great trail system, but very muddy.

Awesome!! It was muddy in a few places, but we managed to get around it. why go out doors if you're afraid to get dirty? it was a lot of fun. we did it from beginning to end and had my 12 yr old daughter too. its definitely doabale and we logged 4.4 miles in 3 hours 45 min. with a 12 yr old who wanted a lot of breaks lol

Epic trail. One of the best I've ever hiked. I would highly recommend not doing the loop. We did the loop clockwise but the 2nd half wasnt near as good as the first half. The only good of the second half is that it reminds you how good the first half is. I would go left at the first fork and then when the next trail forks off I would just turn around and go back. This section is along the creek. Tons of waterfalls.

Took my 7 year old daughter and both had an amazing time. Too often when hiking I have to tell my kids cant stop here we need to keep going to make our destination but on this day we just tried to enjoy each minute with no time constraint. Skipping rocks. moving big rocks for stepping stones over the creek. stacking rocks to create a small waterfall.

There had been quite a bit of rain the week before. The trail was muddy in some sections.

No scenic views on this trail. Cant wait to take my boys in the summer and splash around in the water.

hiking
5 days ago

hiking
bridge out
5 days ago

Lots of different trails. It was hard to keep track of them so we went with the flow. That didn’t work out so well because a bridge we needed was out and instead of going back around we headed for the main road and not much space to walk by the road.
If that hadn’t happened it would’ve been perfect.

Beautiful place but they do NOT allow dogs on a leash and we drove all the way out there to find out. Luckily, we could do the driving tour with the dog in the car.

This is a fun trail. Lots of ups and downs but nothing too strenuous and you can take your time as you like. The trail is well marked but some parts of the trail appear less used and are well covered by leaves. No really big unobstructed views but beautiful just the same with some views through the trees. I took it counter clockwise and that put much of the elevation ups and downs in the first 1/2 to 2/3 of the hike. There are a number of spurs that could be taken to add miles. There are also a few campsites but I don’t know how they are reserved. Water is plentiful for those filtering. Finally I would note that this trail is horse free which is great as the trails allowing horses appear pretty trashed and not nearly as fun for the hikers!

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