Hartsville Bicycle Path

South Carolina

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Hartsville Bicycle Path Facts

States: South Carolina
Counties: Darlington
Length: 6.5 miles
Trail end points: Sunset Dr & W Carolina Ave and W Washington St & Sixth St
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 12892258


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Hartsville Bicycle Path Description

To increase the level of safety for those bicycling, the City of Hartsville developed the bike paths that form this route. Beginning by the intersection of Sunset Dr and W Carolina Ave, the route forms a large loop through the city center before circling back towards Dunlap Dr in the west of the city. The route includes paved bike paths, segments on sidewalks, and sections marked on the street. 

The route's W Carolina Ave portion passes by Kalmia Gardens, a 35-acre public botanical garden and historic house that includes walking trails and boardwalks. On S Sixth, the path passes Pride Park, which has a picnic shelter, a playground, restrooms and an outdoor stage that is used for events. While traversing W Washington St, the bike path passes by the City of Hartsville Dog Park and Byerly Park, a 93-acre multi-use recreational park with sports facilities, an indoor rec center, picnic sites, and a 1.2 mile walking trail. 

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at the City of Hartville Public Parking lot (119 E College Ave, Hartsville) and in a lot next to Centennial Park on N Fifth St between E Carolina Ave and Marlboro Ave. 

Hartsville Bicycle Path Reviews

calling it a bicycle path is questionable

Most of this path is a lane along the main roadway. The city does not keep the bike lane clear of debris. The way people drive in Hartsville, not a safe or enjoyable ride in my opinion and certainly shouldn't be considered a bike trail! Hartsville has a long way to go to accommodate bicycles.

Easy and paved ride

This is a paved path or sidewalk route in and around Hartsville. Easy and pretty ride. We completed on a Sunday morning without many folks out and about. W Homes is a busy street. If there were walkers, not sure I would want to bike on that road.

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