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Best Hiking Trails in North Charleston

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in North Charleston, South Carolina. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

WANNAMAKER NORTH TRAIL

455 Westview Boulevard, Goose Creek, North Charleston, SC 29445

Water Fountains, Dog Walks, Parking Area, Walking, Running, Biking, Jogging, Nature Trails, Trees, Flowers, Animals & Playground

Free admission for Individual and gold pass members ● The 13-mile trail is designed for and open to mountain bicyclists of all experience levels ● The trail is also open to hikers, pedestrians should know that the terrain contains tight curves and elevation changes ● Has over 1,500 hours of work to build the ultimate mountain bike trail experience ● Enjoy traveling the northeast section of the trail, following along and over-top of an elevated ridge ● 8.8 miles from downtown to North Charleston

Price: $1 per person

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Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

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PALMETTO ISLANDS COUNTY PARK

444 Needlerush Parkway, Mt Pleasant, North Charleston, SC 29464

Horseshoe Pits, Forest, Lake, Big Toy Playground, Beach, Walking, Crabbing Dock, Open Meadow for Games, Nature Trips, Trail Running, Sand Volleyball Court, Kayak Launch, Tidal Creek Fishing, Dogs on Leash, Road Biking, Birding, Skating & Wild Flowers

Free admission for Small children (ages 0-2) ● The park is built in a tropical setting, with bicycle paths, boardwalks, and picnic sites with grills located throughout the park for your enjoyment ● Covered picnic shelter rentals, party packages available ● Park facilities are available for conferences, parties & retreats available ● 15.2 miles from downtown to North Charleston

Price: Youth and Adults $1

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Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

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OAKBROOK NATURE TRAIL

Springview Lane, Summerville, North Charleston, SC 29485

Since 2014

Walking, Trees, Biking, Picnic, Running, Nature Trails, Flowers & Animals

The 3,600 feet long gravel trail gives way to wooden boardwalks to span three delineated wetland areas ● This area is home to a variety of Lowcountry wildlife, including whitetail deer, turkeys, and a bevy of their reptilian friends ● 17.0 miles from downtown to North Charleston

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Open 24 Hours

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