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Walk Off Those Holiday Calories at These Beautiful Lowcountry Trails

Tuesday, January 16, 2024   /   by Sonya Reiselt

Walk Off Those Holiday Calories at These Beautiful Lowcountry Trails

Are you looking for a great way to burn off some of those holiday calories? Good thing you live in the Lowcountry! There are plenty of beautiful places to walk or ride to your new year's resolution goals. Here are four trails in the Beaufort area to explore.

Beaufort Tree Walk

713 Craven St.
Beaufort, SC 29901

The Beaufort self-guided Tree Walk starts at Carteret and Craven Streets in Morrall Park. Beaufort's main streets were originally Carteret and Craven Streets, with a town square at their intersection. The square's four corners were public spaces until the 19th century. Morrall Park is the only remaining part of the original town square.

Cypress Wetlands

1700 Paris Ave
Port Royal, SC 29935

In Port Royal, South Carolina, visitors can enjoy a variety of attractions including beaches, restaurants, historic venues, and retail establishments. However, one standout feature of this seaside town is the Port Royal Cypress Wetlands and Rookery. This natural oasis offers a magical and educational experience for all who visit. For those interested in exploring the wetlands, guided tours are available on the 4th Friday of every month. To reserve a spot, please contact katkatbray@gmail.com.

Hunting Island State Park

2555 Sea Island Parkway
Hunting Island, SC 29920

Hunting Island State Park in South Carolina is a popular destination, with over a million visitors annually. The park boasts five miles of beautiful beaches, expansive marshes and maritime forests, a saltwater lagoon, and an ocean inlet. One unique feature of the park is the Hunting Island Lighthouse, the only publicly accessible lighthouse in the state. Standing at 130 feet tall, the lighthouse offers a stunning panoramic view of the Atlantic Coast and the surrounding maritime forest.

Spanish Moss Trail

The Spanish Moss Trail is a popular greenway in Beaufort County, South Carolina. It is a 10-mile paved path that is 12 feet wide. The trail is dedicated to various outdoor activities such as walking, running, biking, and fishing. It offers stunning views of the Lowcountry water and marsh, as well as opportunities to spot coastal wildlife. Additionally, the trail passes through neighborhoods adorned with Spanish moss and beautiful wetlands. It also features points of historical significance.

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Beaufort, SC 29902
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