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King Creek Falls, Mountain Rest

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Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Kings Creek Falls, located near Long Creek, South Carolina, is a waterfall in the Oconee District of the Sumter National Forest. Kings Creek is a tributary of the Chatooga River, and the falls are located off a short spur from the Foothills Trail. It is located in the extreme Northwest of the state, near the Ellicott Rock Wilderness Area and the Georgia state line.

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  • We saw 7 falls this trip and this was one of our favorites. We parked at Burrells Ford campground and it was a 20-30min hike from there to the falls (start at the trailhead marker in the parking...  more »
  • Amazing place, been here a couple of times and both times its been wonderful. Little bit of a hike to get there, but not impossible. The falls are definately worth the effort..  more »
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  • Great hike from the parking area. There is a large tree that fell across the path and a notch was cut to ease the crossover. Not very easy for seniors...just take your time and grab onto the trunk to improve your upward motion.
  • Totally loved it. Short, not too difficult hike through the woods. We had the falls all to ourselves when we reached. It was really beautiful.

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