Kinards, South Carolina

Top Spots in and near Kinards

  • Clinton, South Carolina

    British Camp Trail

    5.0
    1.04 mi / 187 ft gain
    British Camp Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a river located near Clinton, South Carolina. This trail is great for a walk to stretch your legs with scenic views of the river and historic markers along the route providing interesting educational pieces. 
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  • Little Mountain, South Carolina

    Take a Stroll on the Palmetto Trail across the Broad River Trestle

    4.5
    1 mi / 0 ft gain
    The Palmetto Trail is a mountains-to-sea trail in South Carolina that will stretch 425 miles across the state when completed. Currently there are sections of the the trail that are complete and can be hiked or biked on. One of these sections is in the Midlands of SC and is called the Peak to Pros...
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  • Prosperity, South Carolina

    Camp at Dreher Island

    Camping at Lake Dreher is lovely year round! If you want to swim then I suggest April-September. The summer is hot! I suggest camping in a hammock if you go in the heat. The island is easy to get to and about 45 min from downtown Columbia. Make reservations early for campsites as they go months i...
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  • Carlisle, South Carolina

    Mountain Bike Croft State Park

    4.0
    16 mi
    Croft State Park, called Tour de' Dump by locals, is a 7,000 acre state park containing a lake, a river, horse back riding, recreational fields, etc. but it is more commonly known for its mountain biking. Made up of a little more than 16 miles of trails you can enter the Southside Loop Trail fro...
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  • Pelzer, South Carolina

    Cedar Falls Park Trail

    2 mi / 190 ft gain
    Cedar Falls Park Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a waterfall located near Pelzer, South Carolina. The loop is both family friendly and dog friendly (please keep your pup on-leash). There's also a park at the entrance for the kiddos before or after walking/hiking the trail. 
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  • Pelzer, South Carolina

    Interpretive Jo Peeler Nature Trail

    3.7
    0.74 mi / 151 ft gain
    There are three loop trail options at this 65-acre park, all beginning at the kiosk. The interpretive Jo Peeler Nature Trail is an easy 0.6 mile tour of the park, while the white trail is rated as a medium length hike, and the blue trail as long. Leashed dogs are permitted at the park.
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  • Columbia, South Carolina

    Kayak on Lake Murray

    5.0
    Lake Murray is a beautiful lake to dip your feet into. The boat park allows access to everyone with any boat. There is a concrete, standard boat ramp that allows larger boats to be put in the water. There is also a small, wooden boat ramp used just for kayaks, canoes and paddle boards. During the...
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  • Lexington, South Carolina

    Hike the Fourteen Mile Creek Trail

    5.0
    1.5 mi
    This tucked away trail is well-hidden. I actually needed air in my tire and this was the closest gas station. As I was circling the parking lot to see if they had an air pump, I saw there was a sign that read "14 Creek Mile Trail". As I'm an adventure lover, I immediately parked my car and follow...
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  • Lexington, South Carolina

    Explore Gibson Pond Park

    3.7
    0.4 mi
    I started exploring this park when I was about 14 years old. My mom was a huge fan of the park and took us to it as kids. However, I did not realize that there was a path until I was roughly 20 years old. That path is beautiful. It is a paved loop that covers about 0.4 miles. There are smaller pa...
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  • Columbia, South Carolina

    Bike the Outer Loop at Harbison State Forest

    8.7 mi / 821 ft gain
    This loop starts at the parking lot on the Firebreak Trail. About 1 mile in the trial hits a fire road and turns right but you will cross the road and continue on the Firebreak connector to Stewardship Trail. Take a left and continue onto the Stewardship Trail. You'll pass over two bridges, after...
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  • Greenville, South Carolina

    Lake Conestee Nature Park Loop

    2.39 mi / 194 ft gain
    Lake Conestee Nature Park Loop is a family-friendly loop trail located near Greenville, South Carolina. This trail makes for a great stroll and opportunity to do some birdwatching along the route. There are plenty of insects in the warmer months, so you may want to consider packing repellent. 
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  • Greenville, South Carolina

    Hike Swamp Rabbit Trail to Reedy River Falls

    4.5
    3 mi / 100 ft gain
    Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 21 mile-long paved walkway that closely follows the Reedy River in Downtown Greenville. Over a half-a-million people visit the trail each year, but few ever walk the whole thing. What most people don’t know, is that it begins on a different river: the Enoree river and wind...
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  • Columbia, South Carolina

    Explore Columbia Riverfront Park

    4.5
    5 mi
    This park is located alongside of the Columbia Water Treatment Facility. You are able to walk on the paved path that has mile markers every 1/4 of a mile. Or, you can hike along one of the nature trails placed throughout the park that run right alongside the river. Bikes are allowed anywhere alon...
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  • Columbia, South Carolina

    Photograph the South Carolina State House

    The South Carolina State House was built in 1855 and it's architecture proves that. From the gorgeous stone columns to the copper roof, this structure is picture perfect. The state house is in the middle of 11 acres of gorgeous scenery. Benches, statues, large trees and all sorts of plant life sp...
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