Awendaw Creek Hike

Pineland, South Carolina 29934

Awendaw Creek Hike

Awendaw Creek Hike Professional Review and Guide

"Walk along a scenic tidal stream ensconced in maritime forestlands. Start on a bluff overlooking Awendaw Creek and a bordering tidal marsh, then wind in and out of woods, occasionally crossing boardwalks over open marshes.

Farther on, extensive vistas of the Intracoastal Waterway and beyond to Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge are revealed. End at a spot called Walnut Grove, where massive live oaks enhance the palms and other waterside woodland."

Awendaw Creek Hike Reviews

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9/30/2017
I love this trail - low country coastal marshes and creeks. Great for trail running or walking. Parking at either end. Sometimes I take the dog - of course he loves it too. Flat and easy for him and me. It's referred to as the Awendaw passage, the final or beginning portion of the 400+ mile cross-state Palmetto Trail.
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Trail Information

Pineland
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
4.2
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
2-2.5 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
Francis Marion National Forest, 2967 Steed Creek Rd., Huger, SC 29450, (843) 336-3248, www.fs.usda.gov/main/scnfs/
Local Contacts
Awendaw Passage of the Palmetto Trail; USGS Awendaw
Local Maps

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Jul 2018