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Indian Mound Trail

Edisto Island, SC
+1 803-734-0156
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Edisto River has taken most of the Mound but don't miss the trail

The storm surge from Hurricane Matthew in November 2016 devastated the Indian Mound seawall and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Michael B
,
Salem, VA
Beautiful trail through the woods

This is a beautiful trail through the woods over the marsh to the Indian mound. The mound itself... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2018
MPS333
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Cleveland, Ohio
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A four-mile hiking trail covers the park's variety of vegetation.
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4 weeks ago
“Edisto River has taken most of the Mound but don't miss the trail”
11 Mar 2018
“Beautiful trail through the woods”
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Edisto Island, SC
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The storm surge from Hurricane Matthew in November 2016 devastated the Indian Mound seawall and viewing platform, and the state park has now closed off access to the scant remains of the Mound. Despite the Edisto River's increasing encroachment, the trail itself is still intact...More

Thank Michael B
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Reviewed 11 March 2018

This is a beautiful trail through the woods over the marsh to the Indian mound. The mound itself has been eroded, but is still interesting for the history. The Edisto Island State Park maintains the trail very well. We walked on a cool, breezy day.

Thank MPS333
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Reviewed 6 July 2017

SO SAD! The wall built to protect the historic site is falling in and pulling the ground with it! Shame on the state & federal employees for abandoning it! Site would have been better off without the poorly engineered wall.

Thank Margaret C
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

I expected the shell ring to be huge, but it wasn't. You only get to see a small portion of what's left of it. The creek and tides have eroded much of it. I enjoyed the nice stroll though the maritime forest.

Thank sdkennerly
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Reviewed 23 July 2016

access to the ancient mound is closed due to environmental issues. the trails are nice. hopefully the mound will be saved for visitors can enjoy the 4000 year old shell mound

1  Thank jlantern3
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Reviewed 18 April 2016

This is a fun place to hike to. Not a long hike but a fun outing to get the kids energy out. It is an easy nature trail where you can see where the edisto indians oyster mounds.

1  Thank ladybug24sc
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Reviewed 30 March 2016

Although it is a long, hot walk to the Indian mound, it is very well worth the trip. Bring mosquito repellent!!

1  Thank 1975Nurse
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Reviewed 19 September 2015

Great trail through some beautiful forest, with nice views over the marsh. The destination is rather disappointing though

Thank Rob D
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Reviewed 14 July 2015

This is a pleasant hike through the state park; there is a $5/person fee to get in. There are places along the path to stop and sit and look at the marsh; take bug spray and binoculars. The mound is interesting to see but it's...More

5  Thank Nextadventure2014
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Reviewed 16 March 2015

We started at the Wyndham resorts on the opposite side of the island, which was a long trip on bike. We get to the state park and its a very well kept place.you have to pay a fee to get in to the park and...More

3  Thank Uswsc
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