Station Cove Falls, Mountain Rest

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Station Cove Falls, near Walhalla, South Carolina, is a 60 ft (18 m) high cascade waterfall in the Andrew Pickens Ranger District of the Sumter National Forest, near Oconee Station State Historic Site. The falls is reached by an easy 3/4 mile hike with one stream crossing through a canopy of mature basswood, buckeye, and American beech. During the months of March and April, the trail features one of the largest wildflower displays in South Carolina.
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  • Very easy hike. Even in January while snowing a little it was a very popular trail to explore, there were always people along the trail with us. The park ranger on site it very kind and informative... 
    Very easy hike. Even in January while snowing a little it was a very popular trail to explore, there were always people along the trail with us. The park ranger on site it very kind and informative...  more »
  • We stayed in oconee state park but were advised to take the shorter hike for this trail. The long hike starts in the oconee state park. But the short hike to the falls is about 30 minutes away. You....  more
    We stayed in oconee state park but were advised to take the shorter hike for this trail. The long hike starts in the oconee state park. But the short hike to the falls is about 30 minutes away. You....  more »

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