Chesnee, South Carolina Trails and Maps

Looking for the best trails around Chesnee, South Carolina? Find the top rated trails in Chesnee, whether you're looking an easy walking path or a long bike trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
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Avon/Catawba Creeks Greenway

2.88 miles
The Avon Creek and the Catawba Creek greenways run through wooded and open areas among both undeveloped and residential neighborhoods. The trail begins at Lineberger Park (700 East Garrison Boulevard) and heads southeast to Robinwood Road, just ...

Belmont Rail Trail

1.8 miles
The Belmont Rail Trail is scheduled for construction in fall 2013, with a planned opening set for fall 2014. Paralleling Main Street for much of its route, the asphalt trail will connect Belmont Abbey College (located just off Woodlawn Avenue) ...

Brevard Bike Path

5 miles
The Brevard Bike Path is a relatively flat trail, nearly 5 miles long. About 1 mile (northwest end) follows the old Carr Lumber Company railway corridor and extends into the Pisgah National Forest up to the Davidson River Campground. The south ...

Catawba River Greenway

3.8 miles
The Catawba River Greenway meanders, along with its river namesake, through the historic town of Morganton, North Carolina. The trail encompasses wooded areas, open meadows and the quaint commercial village. Virtually in the center of downtown, ...

Doodle Rail Trail

8.5 miles
The Doodle Rail Trail will soon connect the towns of Easley and Pickens in the northwestern corner of South Carolina. In January 2015, a groundbreaking ceremony marked the beginning of the trail’s construction and the project is hoped to be ...

Duncan Park Trail

1 miles
The trail extends from the dam at Duncan Park Lake and courses through the park to near Union Street by the baseball stadium. The path is a gradual hill (up or down, depending on your direction of travel) as it passes through the woods and at ...

Forrest Hunt Greenway

0.8 miles

French Broad River Greenway

2 miles
The French Broad River Greenway links three of Asheville's parks: Hominy Creek, Carrier, and French Broad River. The trail follows the river, coursing through a wooded strip of land, through the parks and among some residential and light commercial ...

Highland Rail Trail

1.6 miles
Highland Rail Trail is named for the neighborhood that it runs adjacent to as it travels through Gastonia along the former Carolina and Northwestern (C&NW) Railway. Although short, it offers an important connection between downtown Gastonia ...

Kings Mountain Gateway Trail

4.3 miles
Kings Mountain Gateway Trail is situated in a beautiful natural park setting offering a picnic shelter, restrooms, drinking fountains, and parking. Much of the park is heavily wooded and the trail is suitable for hiking and biking. The trail ...

Liberty Trail (Palmetto Trail)

0.6 miles
In the heart of busy Spartanburg, the Liberty Trail provides a beautiful oasis through a garden, along a tree-lined brook that cascades over a series of granite steps into a pool. Although only 0.5 mile, the concrete pathway provides an important ...

Marcia H. Cloninger Rail-Trail

1.5 miles
The Marcia H. Cloninger Rail-Trail, known locally as the Lincolnton Rail-Trail, offers a chance to explore the heart of this small Southern town, highlighted by a stately courthouse, model Main Street, thriving arts scene, and nearby lakes and ...

Mary Black Rail Trail

1.9 miles
The Mary Black Rail Trail is just a short segment of what will eventually become the 12-mile Hub City Connector, which itself will be part of the larger Palmetto Trail, a proposed 425-mile trail across South Carolina. As of early 2011, 290 miles ...

Peavine Trail (NC)

1.5 miles
The Peavine Trail runs for 1.5 miles from State Street in downtown Marion, North Carolina to just south of the First Christian Church on Rutherford Road. Construction of the crushed gravel and grass trail began immediately after the City of ...
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Point Lookout Trail

3.63 miles
The paved, 3.62-mile Point Lookout Trail follows the Old NC 10/Highway 70 route through the Royal Gorge, once known at the Central Highway, through the Pisgah National Forest. The trail ascends more than 900 feet between Old Fort and Ridgecrest, ...

SC School for the Deaf and Blind Braille Trail (Palmetto Trail)

0.75 miles
This unique trail runs through the campus of the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind and features interpretive signs in Braille that teach trail-goers about the types of trees along the route. The short, crushed-stone path closely follows Cedar ...
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South Fork Rail-Trail

0.8 miles
As you might expect, the South Fork Rail-Trail closely follows the South Fork of the Catawba River. The trail rests atop a former rail corridor within land preserved by the Catawba Lands Conservancy. Scenic views of the river abound, and wildflowers ...
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Southport Road Path

3 miles
This multi-use path follows the south side of Southport Road, from Cedar Springs Road heading west to South Avenue. It passes the 295 Sports Complex, a DMV office and a water treatment plant before ending near a fire station at South Avenue. ...

Swamp Rabbit Trail

19.6 miles
The nearly 20-mile Swamp Rabbit Trail links the cities of Travelers Rest and Greenville in upstate South Carolina via a former railroad corridor. Beginning in the north at Tate Road in Travelers Rest, the trail passes the North Greenville Medical ...

Thermal Belt Rail-Trail

8 miles
If you enjoy rail-trails that flaunt their railroading past, you're sure to love the Thermal Belt Rail-Trail. This well-maintained route runs 8 miles from Spindale north to Gilkey, passing through the tiny towns of Rutherfordton and Ruth. Its ...
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Wadsworth Trail

2.8 miles
The Wadsworth Trail parallels Willis Road from Harmon Drive to Hawk Creek Drive, with a spur heading south along SR 42-4382/Caldwell Drive. The Willis Road portion is 1.85 miles (one way), while the Caldwell Drive portion to just north of Dartmoor ...

York Bicycle Trail

1 miles
In northern South Carolina, only about 30 miles southwest of Charlotte, lies the quaint city of York. A paved bicycle trail runs through the heart of the community from its city park to its recreation complex. Much of the trail is wooded and ...