Santee State Park - Trail, Santee, Carolina

Santee State Park - Trail, Santee, Carolina

DESCRIPTION

You must keep looking to the left while on this wide trail to find the nice single track. It runs next to the lake with some descent little ups and downs. The trail is not well marked and you must walk for short distances on a sandy beach. There are many trails cut through the forest just finding them can be difficult. Lots of potential here.

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 15, 2012]
Paulie
Weekend Warrior

Actually ridden several times... I was stationed in the Mt. Pleasant area for 2 yrs. this trail is very nice ride, seen an alligator ( really cool), along with typical wildlife, deer, raccoon and rabbits !...... During late spring/ summer take bug spray........you'll be eaten alive !!!

Customer Service

spend the day it goes to the shore and several wood/ marshland trails.

Similar Products Used:

Mt. Pleasant@ Patriots Point....road/ and trail.

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4
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1
[Aug 12, 2008]
MartinCreek
Cross Country Rider

I ride this trail when I vist the family in O-burg. The fire road/ double track is fast and easy. The single track is also fast and fun, it's just not very well marked in some sections.

Customer Service

Start at the trail head and follow the loop clockwise starting with the fire road.

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4
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3
[Jun 30, 2008]
biobiker
Cross Country Rider

Easily accessible trail from I-95 and I-26. If you are traveling to or from Charleston it is a great stop off. Trail is not technically difficult, so there are lot of opportunities to get speed. Not many climbs. The trail is primarily flat. Also, the trail is somewhat sandy. Overall, not a bad trail for a relaxing ride.

Customer Service

Signs are posted, however about halfway through they get a little sketchy so pay attention.

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Sesqui State Park is another good interstate stop off, however I think that Santee is better overall riding.

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4
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3
[Apr 11, 1999]
Jim

Great single & double track, some sections pretty technical, most pretty easy. Good work out and a great ride with friends. For the distance from Charleston to fun ratio, beats anything in Francis Marion Park of Charleston.

Customer Service

From the boat ramps back track towards the entrance and take the bike trail. Keep going past the end, keep the water off your left shoulder, and make your way back to I95.

Similar Products Used:

Marrington Plantation in Goose Creek. Not the greatest, but the best in the Charleston area. Keeps your skills up and your legs in shape.

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2
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[Aug 27, 1999]
Jesse

this is a converted fire brake road, very wide on main trail, however, single track trail just to left of the main trail hard to find the start. recommend riding spring or fall too hot in summer!!!
Great trail for Grandma & Grandpa (Beginners)

Customer Service

From parking area track back two hunderd yards on left and take bike trail.wide trail about 3 miles out and 3 miles back

Similar Products Used:

None

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[Jan 08, 2000]
Bill Renninger

The park itself is beautiful. If you are visiting, check out the camping cabins and the story behind how the lakes were created. As for the trail? Ho-hum at best. The designated biking path is wide and grassy with no obstacles (bring your hybrid!) The hiking trails to the right and left are more fun, but I don't think you are supposed to ride them. (I was bored, what can I say?)

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[May 05, 2000]
Thomas

This is a really cool trail it has many twists and turns that are fun to ride at high speeds i highly recommend riding this trail.

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3
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