Big Pine Tree Creek Canoe Trail

Camden, South Carolina 29020

Big Pine Tree Creek Canoe Trail

Big Pine Tree Creek Canoe Trail Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This is one of those “why don’t more people paddle here?” places. The Big Pine Tree Creek Canoe Trail, located at N. R. Goodale State Park near Camden, presents an opportunity to paddle a cypress swamp, winding your way amid hardwoods rising from the coffee-colored waters of 140-acre Adams Mill Pond, which is fed by Big Pine Tree Creek.

After working your way across the open waters of Adams Mill Pond, you will find the marked Big Pine Tree Creek Canoe Trail. The signed paddling path twists and turns up the old channel of Big Pine Tree Creek, while watery swamp extends to hilly, pine-clad shores. It’s comforting to know the signs are there, allowing you to absorb the land and waterscape, where alligators ply, birdlife is abundant, and an altogether engaging adventure awaits."

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Trail Information

Camden
Nearby City
3.0
Distance
Easy
Skill Level
2.5 hours
Duration
Cypress-covered lake and swamp creek. Gradient is 0.3 feet per mile.
Tidal Information
Year-round, park open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m daily; closed Mon through Thurs from Dec through mid-Mar.
Season
Boat Launch/Ramp
Additional Use
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, 2600 Bull St., Columbia, SC 29201, (803) 898-4300, scdhec.gov/environment/water
Local Contacts
Goodale State Park; USGS Quadrangle Maps: Camden North
Local Maps