Tall and majestic, powerful and primitive. There are so many waterfalls to discover in Lake Hartwell Country, South Carolina. Use the information below to find trail lengths, addresses, and GPS coordinates to the waterfalls in our region.
Lake Hartwell Country is a hiker and cyclist's paradise. The stunning beauty of each trail will stay with you long after your trip.
"The mountains are calling, and I must go."
This 77 mile trail is not for the faint of heart. A 5-10 day trek across the Blue Ridge Escarpment will give you an incomparable experience.
Whether you choose to start in Table Rock State Park or Oconee State Park, you'll come across sites that will blow you away. Towering waterfalls stand tall in the rugged forest. The sweeping views of the South Carolina foothills lie serenely below the mountains. If you're up for the challenge, the Foothills Trail will be worth every step.
Discover the land that the Cherokee Indians called "The Blue Wall".
Hagood Mill Historic Site
Look in awe at ancient petroglyphs and discover a beautiful culture. Every year, Hagood Mill celebrates Native American culture with their Native American Festival, where visitors can experience authentic tribe dancing, painting, storytelling, and so much more. For more information, click here.
Explore your own history
Located at the Lake Hartwell Country visitor center, Hunter's Store has genealogy information of the historic Pendleton District. Our genealogy library is open during normal business hours. Come by and visit us!
125 E Queen St
Pendleton, SC 29670
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