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Awendaw Passage

awendaThe Awendaw Passage is the coastal terminus of the Palmetto Trail, ending at the intracoastal waterway, the "sea" part of the Mountain-to-the Sea Trail. This is also where you'll see palmetto trees along the trail. The trail follows Awendaw Creek through a maritime forest and offers sweeping vistas of the salt marsh. At Walnut Grove, look for a scenic overlook and boardwalk. The trailhead at Buck Hall National Recreation Area provides parking and bathroom facilities for trail users. A canoe launch for Awendaw Creek is situated at the end of Rosa Green Road

Length: 7 miles
Use: Hiking and Mountain Biking
Difficulty Level: Easy

Fees: parking, camping fees at Buck Hall

Directions: See page 2 of map pdf

For Additional Information: USDA Forest Service, Witherbee Ranger District, 2421 Witherbee Road, Cordesville, SC 29434. Open Monday through Friday (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Call (843) 336-3248 or visit

Click on the map below to view a full-sized Adobe Acrobat map of the Awendaw Passage.





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