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Splash Page Picture Invista trail outlined in medium sized rocks on a gravellly trail with the sun shining and going down

Invista Walking Path

Distance: 1 mile Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Dirt/gravel Surroundings: Trees Area: Lugoff If you’re in Lugoff, this trail offers a calming location for a walk. It is a scenic dirt walking trail lined with granite rocks. Enter the Invista complex at 643 US-1 through one of the main entrances, and find the trail parking lot …

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Wateree River Veterans Park

Distance: 0.4 miles Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Concrete Surroundings: Park and river Veterans Park includes a paved walking path a little under half a mile long. This trail is the venue for several important community events, including Halloween and Christmas festivals.This is one of our newest parks! Located immediately on the west side of the …

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Opening ceremony of Camden Riverfront Environmental Park on the Chotty Trail

Chotty Trail

The Chotty Trail connecter is a 3.5-mile spur running from the east bank of the Wateree River through historic Camden, S.C Named for the late Charles “Chotty” Mullikin, a celebrated World War II veteran and father of Dr. Tom Mullikin, a renowned global expedition leader; the Chotty Trail spur will ultimately connect Camden with the …

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A little boy and a little girl riding bikes on paved trail at Sweet Gum Trail

Sweet Gum Trail

Distance: 0.67 miles Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Paved Surroundings: Woods and parks This popular trail connects Woodward Park and Scott Park in Camden and can be accessed from either park. It is 10 feet wide and ADA compliant, providing outdoor fun for all members of our community. Throughout the entire trail, trees provide solitude and …

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A parade of people walking the Goodale state park Nature trail on The First Day Hike. One person with a walking stick and people in comfortable clothing smiling

Goodale State Park Nature Trail

Distance: 0.5 miles Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Rubberized surface Surroundings: Neighborhood Area: Camden Trail Notes This short out-and-back trail travels along the side of the lake at Goodale State Park. The trail begins near the canoe rack. The trail is flat for most of the way, with roots to step over. There are several places …

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Man with glasses and orange shirt smiling on Goodale Lakeside Trail

Goodale State Park Lakeside Trail

Distance: 0.5 miles Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Rubberized surface Surroundings: Neighborhood Area: Camden Trail Notes This short out-and-back trail travels along the side of the lake at Goodale State Park. The trail begins near the canoe rack. The trail is flat for most of the way, with roots to step over. There are several places …

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Goodale State Park Canoe Trail witha smiling child on the front of a canoe looking back into the camera

Goodale State Park Canoe Trail

Distance: 1.5 miles Difficulty: Moderate Trail type: Paddle Surroundings: Cypress forest Trail Notes I have to admit: I’m terrible at steering a canoe. But even I enjoy the canoe trail at Goodale State Park. You can bring your own canoe or kayak, or you can rent a boat, paddles, and life jackets from the office …

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Black rubber path widing around trees passing a bridge in the background

Kendall Park Trail

Distance: 0.5 miles Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Rubberized surface Surroundings: Neighborhood Area: Camden Trail Notes This is a great place for a nice jog or walk, with a rubberized walking surface for shock absorption. Nestled between Kendall Lake and the Kershaw Health hospital, at the corner of Haile Street and Lakeshore Drive in Camden, the …

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Canopy of trees over Kendall Lake seen by a trail through the trees of the lake

Kendall Lake Loop Trail

Distance: 1.8 miles Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Paddle Surroundings: Homes/Kendall Mill Trail Notes This is a great place for a quiet paddle. Start at the Kendall Lake Park and head north along the shore and you will find your self in a cool dark forest at the top of the lake. ― Tom Sliker   …

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