Edisto Beach State Park
Edisto Beach State Park, located on a remote sea island rich in Native American history, was originally developed in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps. A variety of shells dot the 1.5-mile beach and some of the tallest palmetto trees in the state can be seen throughout the park and Edisto Island.
This 1,255-acre park includes a dense maritime forest and an expansive salt marsh where visitors can explore the wonders of nature. The park offers a day-use area for beach access and a four-mile nature trail that winds through the maritime forest with beautiful vistas overlooking the salt marsh. Visit Website
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- JesseAug. 29, 2018Nice trails
We took our pooch on the trails to tire her out a bit. We didn't encounter anyone else except for one of the rangers on an ATV.
We also took part in one of their turtle nest inventories. As long as your dog is friendly they will be welcomed. Check with the interpretive center to see if they are doing one in season.